Thanks to everyone who took part in this weeks Social Workplace event.
Social Leadership Deconstructed
On January 12th we had Lisa Petrilli and Steve Woodruff as guests on #SWChat discussing Social Leadership which was a fantastic and very popular event.
Seven months on we returned to the topic to see if and how things have changed.
The Social WorkplaceA socially connected company where collaborative working across geographical locations, lines of business and management chains is second nature, enabling innovative solutions to every day business challenges
Social LeadershipAmbassadors of The Social Workplace. Leading by example the necesssry change in behaviours required to improve communications, learning, productivity, and all round engagement through the better use of social tools
Q1) Can Social Media help leaders to become better leaders [ref: http://on.wsj.com/HCGnTx ]?
Q2) Is there a danger to focus on the tech side of Social Leadership, forgetting the soft skills of being a great leader?
Q3) "Social flattens company hierarchies" - Who are the winners and losers here?
Q4) What are the main barriers Social Leadership faces today in helping people to become better leaders?
Q5) All managers can become great Social Leaders - Agree / Disagree?
- Better Leadership Through Social Media via The Wall Street Journal
- The Six Attitudes Leaders Take Towards Social Media via HBR
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Participants (confirmed): Colin Hope-Murray, Lesley Price, Jamie Notter, Jenn Emerson,
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