Social Media and Tools For Public Servants, Ottawa, April 17

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This deck was presented at an interdepartmental Bootcamp for new/young public servants organized by youth networks within the public service.

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  • I am a federal public servant; however the opinions expressed are my own and may not reflect the views of the Public Service of Canada, its Departments and/or Agencies, or their employees. Like all of my presentations, I have put this one together in spirit of the Clerk of the Privy Council’s call to get involved in Public Service renewal, and my own struggles to figure out what the hell that actually means. It took me a while to put together because, strictly speaking, it doesn’t form any part of my actual work duties, it is simply how I work.
  • Social Media and Tools For Public Servants, Ottawa, April 17

    1. 1. mandatory disclaimer
    2. 2. humble request
    3. 3. quick introduction
    4. 6. media social
    5. 10. false dichotomy
    6. 11. you can't hide behind your other self
    7. 12. you can't hide behind your other self (e.g.):
    8. 16. personal and professional lives becoming inseparable
    9. 17. have conversations transparent participatory authentic tough so maybe it's time to
    10. 18. conversations because
    11. 19. this is how we live
    12. 20. this is how we work but
    13. 21. this is a contradiction and
    14. 22. and living it is exhausting
    15. 23. but the institutional momentum is too great you just can't stop it
    16. 25. (first) don't point your finger
    17. 26. (second) go back to the old drawing board
    18. 27. start leveraging more cooperative approaches
    19. 28. start leveraging more cooperative tools
    20. 29. social media inside the firewall
    21. 30. it's an inherently safe space
    22. 31. geds+/sage+ social networking pilot
    23. 32. GCPEDIA collaborative work tool
    24. 33. create a user profile
    25. 35. find a community
    26. 36. find the young professionals hub
    27. 37. exchange best practices
    28. 38. find the bloggers
    29. 39. find the tweeters
    30. 40. read a brilliant paper
    31. 41. social media outside the firewall
    32. 42. it's risky business (not really)
    33. 45. TweetDeck
    34. 49. RSS (Real Simple Syndication)
    35. 51. interesting reading about whatever I am listening for
    36. 62. in closing
    37. 63. three random thoughts
    38. 64. don't provide too much
    39. 65. don't overlook the privacy settings
    40. 66. don't run your mouth
    41. 67. one final diatribe
    42. 68. thank you! converse with me: [email_address] www.twitter.com/nickcharney http://cpsrenewal.ca http://www.linkedin.com/in/ncharney
    43. 69. any questions?

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