Getting Employees On Board
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Shel Holtz explains why CEOs should encourage employees to use Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube at the BlogWorld & New Media Expo. While employees winding down their workdays refreshing their Facebook newsfeed or tweeting about everything but work is not most CEOs’ idea of productivity, accredited business communicator and principal of Holtz Communication + Technology Shel Holtz says executives should open social media channels and start reaping the benefits of this growing resource.
Here's how to promote your company's message through your most passionate and social-media-savvy employees.
Who needs an expensive social media consultant when you can train your employees in Twitter , Facebook and LinkedIn best practices yourself?
by Tammy Erickson | 12:05 PM February 16, 2012
How, and when, to react to employees' social media posts can be challenging.
You want to start with Social Media but your employees are not all that keen on the idea? Here are 10 golden rules that might help you to pursuade your employees to get on board before you start building your Social Media strategy .
Maybe it's because their jobs are too demanding to make the time or maybe they're just not interested, but one thing is clear: According to a new study, CIOs just aren't into social media. Whatever the reason, it’s a bad sign. Harmon.ie, an enterprise solutions company that focuses on collaboration, released a report of the top 25 most social CIOs from the Fortune 250.
February 27, 2012 By Ramon Ray