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We are being flooded with Social Media invitations and updates. Web-based communication icons like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn are dominating the way we interact with each other. People are feeling the need to be updated at all times. It has become a time eater, and businesses are quickly becoming aware of the drain it can have on productivity. People love to share, but they need to know what is alright to share and what should not be sent out.
Understanding Social Media is about communicating the right way. We are beginning to communicate more through electronic means than face to face. Talking on a phone has been replaced more and more with SMS (texting.) Social media channels are becoming the main form of communication and participants will realize how Social media and the Workplace can work together.
User Created Content.
It Should be a Living Document.
Choosing an Information Officer.
What Can and Cannot Be Shared.
Legal and Ethic Specifications.
New Hire Orientation.
Let Common Sense Guide You.
Rules on Soliciting and Personal Posts.
What is a Living Document?.
How Often is it Revised?.
Who Will Be in Charge?.
Needs Constant Monitoring.
Keeping Information Confidential
Protecting Intellectual Property.
Always Show Respect.
Stop and Think Before You Post.
Always Be Honest.
Never Discredit or Talk Ill of Competitors.
Act Like You Would in Real Life.
Grammar and Spelling Still Counts.
Never Post When You are Angry.
From Audience to Author.
Builds Customer Loyalty.
Speed and Flexibility in Communication.
Two Way Communications.
Remember, It is Out There Forever.
They Provide Great Feedback.
It Makes Them Happy.
Improves Your Brand.
Improves Product Development.
Adam Karsh is a qualified psychologist. Before he changed career to psychology and personal development Adam worked for 10 years training and coaching employees in some of the largest global financial institutions in the world. His mission is to deliver maximum learning value to students interested in improving or acquiring key soft skills such as communication, leadership, management, productivity, emotional intelligence, well-being, problem solving, creativity, conflict resolution and other intangible skills.