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Oct
20

Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes - 2012 Edition

Thanks to the Canadian Parents for French for inviting SocialMedia404 to participate in their AGM by delivering 2 sessions on Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes.

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Oct
20

Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes - 2012 Edition

Thanks to the Canadian Parents for French for inviting SocialMedia404 to participate in their AGM by delivering 2 sessions on Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes.

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Oct
20

Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes - 2012 Edition

Thanks to the Canadian Parents for French for inviting SocialMedia404 to participate in their AGM by delivering 2 sessions on Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes.
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Oct
20

Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes - 2012 Edition

Thanks to the Canadian Parents for French for inviting SocialMedia404 to participate in their AGM by delivering 2 sessions on Social Media for Non-Profits and Special Causes.
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Oct
20

Social Media ROI – Digging A Little Deeper

flickr.com/29901781@N02As promised in a previous post on this topic, here is the next layer of the Social Media Scorecard I talked about in San Diego last week.

The audiences’ biggest surprise, I think, was that in a crowded world of highly sophisticated automated tools, you might still have to actually talk to people.

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Aug
27

HR 1.0 vs. Employee Wellness 2.0

We’ve been asked to do some research on how social technologies are, and will, impact the new U.S. health care reform in a couple of different areas.  One of the areas we are focusing on is Employee Wellness.

Our experience in working with many Human Resource (HR) departments over the years, is that most have a very “traditional”, non-innovative stance.  Most use policies and procedures which come from concepts developed shortly after World War II.

I wonder how many would be brave enough to attempt an approach we found south of the border.

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Jul
8

HR 1.0 vs. Employee Wellness 2.0

We’ve been asked to do some research on how social technologies are, and will, impact the new U.S. health care reform in a couple of different areas.  One of the areas we are focusing on is Employee Wellness.

Our experience in working with many Human Resource (HR) departments over the years, is that most have a very “traditional”, non-innovative stance.  Most use policies and procedures which come from concepts developed shortly after World War II.

I wonder how many would be brave enough to attempt an approach we found south of the border.

Read the rest of this entry »