Be paranoid if you wish: Go ahead, bury your heads in the sand. But realize it is human nature to want to share or broadcast information. SM is here to stay.
Every once in a while you come across a new book that just knocks the ball out of the park. And, so it is with Charlene Li’s Open Leadership. As an active proponent of social media I’ve read a number of books on the topic. Yet Open Leadership is the first that has a presented a practical, pragmatic, and far-reaching discussion about how to integrate it into the fabric of existing companies.
A team, no matter how big or small, can only succeed if everyone talks with one another, coordinating their actions. In the end, a well-coordinated team looks as if it were one.
Looking for ways to be seen as innovative, progressive, & ‘fresh’? If you’re a business leader, event planner, or meeting facilitator, you’re always watching for ways to make them better.
So much of what we consume today is fast-paced, hectic, sketchy, even frantically created information. Worse, much of the information is simply thrown together requiring the consumer, perhaps with a bit of narration, to figure its meaning out for themselves.