Leadership,  Ethics,     &  SocialNetworking         Christopher	  Wells	  
PostingStupid Stuff Gets YouUnemployed!      Christopher	  Wells	  
And the POINT is…?        Leadership
And the POINT is…?            Ethics
And the POINT is…?           Social           Networking
Two Quick CasesOxford University   England
Facebook Status•  Lindsay	  (worker)	  and	  Brian	  (boss)	      –  Lindsay:	  OMG	  I	  HATE	  MY	  JOB!!	  My	  boss	  ...
Leadership• Dynamic	  • Intense	  • Public	  • Expectaons	  
Ethics•  Social	  norms	  •  Explicit	  vs.	     Tacit	  •  YOU	  are	  the	     group	  
Example:       Code of Ethics•  Professional	  Standards	  Commission,	     Standard	  10:	  Professional	  Conduct	  •  A...
Facebook Much?Posted	  by	  Brian	  Solis,	  briansolis.com,	  March	  2010	  
Posted	  by	  Brian	  Solis,	  briansolis.com,	  March	  2010	  
Case Study:Facebook Valuation
Case Study:Facebook Valuation
Case Study:Facebook Valuation
Case Study:Facebook Valuation
How Important IS Your Privacy,     Anyway?•  Facebook	  default	  se^ngs	  over	  me	  •  Source:	  hQp://maQmckeon.com/fa...
The	  danger	  in	  communicaon	  is	  the	  illusion	  that	  it	          has	  been	    accomplished.	        George	  ...
Corollary• It	  may	  be	  accomplished	  without	  your	  knowledge.	  • “FOAFs”	  and	  “Likejacking”	  
YouPostedWHAT?
“Red Cup” PhotosWorld Food Programhttp://www.wfp.org/photos/gallery/red-cup-photo-gallery
Potential Leaders? Not anymore.
NOT.                                                               GOOD.http://www.classes2careers.com/wp-content/uploads/...
MANAGE YOUR             FACE!!!!Posting / Privacy / Professionalism / Friending
Smart habits   are   easy,Stupid decisionsare   searchable.
Quesons?	  Christopher Wellscwells@schooltechpolicies.com
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2010 leadership-ethics-social networking

  1. 1. Leadership, Ethics, & SocialNetworking Christopher  Wells  
  2. 2. PostingStupid Stuff Gets YouUnemployed! Christopher  Wells  
  3. 3. And the POINT is…? Leadership
  4. 4. And the POINT is…? Ethics
  5. 5. And the POINT is…? Social Networking
  6. 6. Two Quick CasesOxford University England
  7. 7. Facebook Status•  Lindsay  (worker)  and  Brian  (boss)   –  Lindsay:  OMG  I  HATE  MY  JOB!!  My  boss  is  …  always   making  me  do  stuff  just  to  p**s  me  off!!     –  Brian:  Hi  Lindsay,  I  guess  you  forgot  about  adding  me  on   here?  Firstly,  dont  flaQer  yourself….  and  lastly,  you  also   seem  to  have  forgoQen  that  you  have  two  weeks  leT  on   your  six-­‐month  trial  period.  Dont  bother  coming  in   tomorrow.  Ill  pop  your  P45  in  the  post  and  you  can  come   in  whenever  you  like  to  pick  up  any  stuff  youve  leT  here.   And  yes,  Im  serious.  
  8. 8. Leadership• Dynamic  • Intense  • Public  • Expectaons  
  9. 9. Ethics•  Social  norms  •  Explicit  vs.   Tacit  •  YOU  are  the   group  
  10. 10. Example: Code of Ethics•  Professional  Standards  Commission,   Standard  10:  Professional  Conduct  •  An  educator  shall  demonstrate   conduct  that  follows  generally   recognized  professional  standards   and  preserves  the  dignity  and   integrity  of  the  teaching  profession.  
  11. 11. Facebook Much?Posted  by  Brian  Solis,  briansolis.com,  March  2010  
  12. 12. Posted  by  Brian  Solis,  briansolis.com,  March  2010  
  13. 13. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  14. 14. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  15. 15. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  16. 16. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  17. 17. How Important IS Your Privacy, Anyway?•  Facebook  default  se^ngs  over  me  •  Source:  hQp://maQmckeon.com/facebook-­‐privacy/  •  MaQ  McKeon  -­‐  developer  with  the  Visual  Communicaon  Lab   at  IBM  Researchs  Center  for  Social  SoTware  
  18. 18. The  danger  in  communicaon  is  the  illusion  that  it   has  been   accomplished.   George  Bernard  Shaw  
  19. 19. Corollary• It  may  be  accomplished  without  your  knowledge.  • “FOAFs”  and  “Likejacking”  
  20. 20. YouPostedWHAT?
  21. 21. “Red Cup” PhotosWorld Food Programhttp://www.wfp.org/photos/gallery/red-cup-photo-gallery
  22. 22. Potential Leaders? Not anymore.
  23. 23. NOT. GOOD.http://www.classes2careers.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/red_party_cup.jpg
  24. 24. MANAGE YOUR FACE!!!!Posting / Privacy / Professionalism / Friending
  25. 25. Smart habits are easy,Stupid decisionsare searchable.
  26. 26. Quesons?  Christopher Wellscwells@schooltechpolicies.com

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