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Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media
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Fostering Leadserhip and Community with Social Media

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This presentation was for the Leadership Raleigh group within the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. It assigns a purpose for using social media - to become champions for our community - thereby elevating …

This presentation was for the Leadership Raleigh group within the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. It assigns a purpose for using social media - to become champions for our community - thereby elevating the typical conversation around social media of personal or business gain.

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  • As a business or community leader, you’re required to form strong connections with the right people, gain adoption for new ideas, and continuously learn and share best practices. Your leadership now, more than ever, is critical to keeping the Triangle ahead of the national economic curve, by fostering entrepreneurship and innovation. It’s no secret that forming connections, testing new ideas, and sharing best practices are fundamental uses of social media channels like Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Facebook and blogs—but what most leaders right now are missing is the “why?” Learn why social media is an indispensable way to shine a spotlight on the Triangle’s rich academic, cultural, and professional ecosystem. And find out how you, as a business or community leader, can take advantage of it.
  • This slide introduces: staying up to date with my industry, participating in continuing ed, networking, generating leads, developing thought leadership and managing a reputation
  • This slide introduces: staying up to date with my industry, participating in continuing ed, networking, generating leads, developing thought leadership and managing a reputation
  • This slide talks about the things that are perceived to stand in the way of time: a career, a family, a social life, travel and entertainment, and overall life goals
  • This slide says: where does tweeting about breakfast, watching kittens, and playing games (common misperception about social media) fit in
  • This slide says: where does tweeting about breakfast, watching kittens, and playing games (common misperception about social media) fit in
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
  • Well, social media is: staying up to date on your industry
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