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How Employees can use Social Media to help Build their Company's Brand

Topic:
How Employees can use Social Media to help Build their Company's Brand
Date:
June 14, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Natalie Stezovsky, Vice President(Influence & Co.)
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Description
As an employee, you understand that you are a direct representative of your company. But does your current professional online appearance show that?

From the outside looking in, individuals view a company as credible when they see that the employees are experts in their fields. To this end, it is important for employees to consistently build expertise around their knowledge base. But it’s more than just building out your social network platforms — they just help enhance the message.

As an Employee ask yourself - what else can I be doing on behalf of my company to increase their credibility? The written word is still very powerful — whether it is blog posts, interviews or full content articles that go live onto the company site.

Employees want to make sure that whichever avenue they choose, it is receiving positive attention from the right people. Employees should take advantage of their LinkedIn connections and build strong relationships. Take a peek at what a Google Search result shows. We know the downfalls of having too much personal information on our Facebook or MySpace pages. Creating a strong personal brand is the first step in helping to form a positive Corporate brand. As a Leader in your company, helping your employees utilize the latest social media tools to invest themselves into bettering their professional brand will only reflect the company in a positive light not only by the employees but by existing customers and future clients as well.

This presentation will explore how to have your Employees maximize their social media presence not only to enhance their own career development but to also further the Corporate Brand they represent. It will offer direction to HR Managers and Senior Leaders to enlighten your employees on what the Corporate Brand is so that they can link it with the development of their personal professional appearance.

Who Should Participate
Mid and Senior level executives at a small, mid or large corporation or startup.
What You Will Learn
Please join us as you will walk away with the following:
  1. How to help promote your company's brand.
  2. How Leaders can help Employees maximize their Social Media tools.
  3. Employees will learn steps to increasing their professional appearance online so that it reflects them and your company in a positive light.
Recommended Resources
http://www.forbes.com/sites/johnhall/2013/02/13/whats-your-credibility-score Click here
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Influence & Co.

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There is a concept missing -- the employee is being encouraged to post information/data or to ask questions via the web. What's happening to learning how to communicate in a face-to-face manner? I'm finding that people are 'hiding' behind their computers and will send a text or e-mail to the person across from them rather than get up and ask the question in person. I believe this may not be allowing for growth in different styles of communication. 5 / 5
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