Then I read This Is How: Surviving What You Think You Can’t and realized that the book has already been written.
Go read it.
Hello, everyone. I have a fun announcement!
Jennifer McClure and I have teamed up to deliver a few webinars because, hey, we like having fun together.
Here are our events.
- Developing a Strategic and Effective Presence on LinkedIn
- Essential Elements for a Successful Twitter Presence
- Strategies to Establish and Amplify Your Presence on Facebook
I know, I know. These sessions probably aren’t for you. You read my blog. You get it. But you work with men and women who don’t understand how social media and business come together. This series is for them.
- We will share the HOW and WHY of LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
- We won’t just focus on HR and talent acquisition, although those are important. We will share best practices in the marketplace. Nothing sketchy.
- This series will provide an understanding of how the best brands — both B2B and B2C — use social media to cultivate awareness, develop brand advocates and nurture both consumer and employment leads in the market.
Jennifer and I are two women who have spent the better part of a decade using social media to enhance our entrepreneurial endeavors. We meet men and woman on a regular basis who are still skeptical and don’t know how to link social channels to real world business activities.
If we can embrace social tools, so can your colleagues.
And if you are a talent acquisition pro or a Human Resources professional, we want you to be ready for conferences like SHRM or the HR Technology Conference & Expo. We want to give you a new set of skills.
Because we love what we do, all attendees will receive a toolkit after each webinar. The kit will include a copy of the slide deck, a recording of the webinar and a resource sheet and links with information from leading social media strategists.
If you know someone who could benefit from our help, please tell your colleagues and clients about our webinar series.
Thanks for your support!
Twitter + work = interesting.
I really fucking hate my boss. I hope he chokes on all that dick he sucks.
— Morgan Shepherd (@_morganshepherd) May 2, 2013
The only thing I hate about my new job is having to tie my hair back.There’s only ever 1 reason you should need to tie your hair back for.
— JoJo (@JOHALLiow) May 4, 2013
My boss is an asshole forreal. I’ve been working here for almost a year and I ask to leave early cause is my grandpa bday and he acts dumb
— Keyani S. Perez(@Keyani_xoxo) May 3, 2013
I hate when my mom says “clean your room, the cleaning lady is coming tomorrow”I thought that was her job…
— Corey Kacurov (@YungKuch) November 1, 2012
Whenever my boss is a dick, I just smile quietly and remember how tight his wife’s ass is.
— Goolicker (@goolicker) June 13, 2011
If you didn’t want me to sleep at work, maybe you shouldn’t have given me the paycheck to buy the drugs w/ in the first place. Work’s fault.
— Gordo (@gorrdano) February 4, 2013
Goals today = get money, fack beeechis smoke weed……..I mean am going to work at a kitchen then go home and watch tv and sleep
— Maxim Bady (@MaximBady1) March 14, 2013
Grow some balls RT @msnarain Dear hot girl at work who just passed my cubicle, what is the procedure to ask you out?
— Karthik H (@vetti) September 14, 2011
Drug test time! #cakewalk
— Brett Graham (@DjBGraham) May 3, 2013
Sometimes I hate my job. The last few years has been one of those times.
— Jennifer Noelle (@Jenwastar) January 3, 2013
Maybe you don’t have to go to college because you’re smart and arty, but for many people, college saves lives.
So if you ever have the opportunity, go to college.
That is all.