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How To Train Your Employees To Handle Social Media - nice infographic!

How To Train Your Employees To Handle Social Media - nice infographic! | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

An important step for a brand that has a social media strategy, and wants to avoid crises, is to ensure that employees understand how to use those tools.

This Infographic by Mindflash demonstrates that 76% of companies do not have a clearly defined social media policy.

Social media consultants can be an expensive addition to your business. But in this day and age, no company can operate without a sound social plan.

 

Your best social media team might actually be your current workforce. But how can you find your company’s natural social media rock stars and get your entire team on board with your goals?

 

The Infographic breaks down how your team members will likely react to the need for social media training. For example, some of your employees may already have popular social media channels in their personal lives, while others may be opposed to your business’ push online.

 

Keep in mind that your team probably represents a wide range of social media experience. This will help you know how to identify the different groups and understand how to best get them ready to implement your strategy.

 

 

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Leaders Online's curator insight, December 11, 2012 7:58 AM

Hoe kun je je mw social media dusdanig laten gebruiken dat je je organisatieresultaten beter kunt bereiken? 

Hier een infographic dat ingaat op de verschillende ervaringsniveaus die jouw mensen kunnen hebben. Handig om rekening mee te houden bij de uitvoering van je social strategie.

2DiFore Marketing Solutions's curator insight, March 15, 2013 5:37 AM

As you round out your work week our team wanted to share this thought with you to make your Social Media strategy that much more powerful! Companies have secret weapons, their employees and we bet they are on many platforms so why not encourage them to share your message with their followers.

BSN's curator insight, October 27, 2013 6:57 AM

How To Train Your Employees To Handle Social Media

 

#training #socialmedia 

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Online learning – the future of education?

Online learning – the future of education? | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The internet is threatening to shake up education, as it has already done with music, retail and journalism.

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Stress in the Workplace #infographic - Spark Hire

Stress in the Workplace #infographic - Spark Hire | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The infographic below shows the signs and effects of employee stress.
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9 Reasons Social Recruiting Beats Traditional Recruiting

9 Reasons Social Recruiting Beats Traditional Recruiting | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Recruiting top talent has always been a challenge.

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The Most Misused Tool in Meetings

The Most Misused Tool in Meetings | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

One tool that properly used can make meetings more meaningful and productive.


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Workplace Mojo | 5 Things Employees Aren’t Thinking

Workplace Mojo | 5 Things Employees Aren’t Thinking | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

"They need leaders. They need people to lead them where they already want to go. It’s not like you’d be leading them toward some undesirable state of affairs. On the contrary, you’d be leading them toward a trusting, honest, healthy, passionate, and maybe even—gasp—fun culture, which is exactly what most people want anyway. So if so many people want this, why do many people find themselves in environments that are none of the things they actually want? What’s missing?"


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The Four Most Common Mistakes in Training

When we asked our Twitter followers what training blunders they commonly ran into, we received many insightful responses. We’ve combined the thoughts of these elearning professionals with our own field-tested insights and came up with the following four mistakes:


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Eight Ways to Build Collaborative Teams

Eight Ways to Build Collaborative Teams | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The Idea in Brief To execute major initiatives in your organization—integrating a newly acquired firm, overhauling an IT system—you need complex

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Precious Competencies

Precious Competencies | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

We may be happy to eat the food that multinationals make, and fly in their aircraft, and even take the pills they have invented. But many of us say we don’t trust corporations, and we don’t trust the people who lead them. 


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The mind business - FT.com

The mind business - FT.com | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

"General Mills, the company behind Cheerios cereal and Häagen-Dazs ice cream, is headquartered on a leafy expanse outside Minneapolis, Minnesota. Enclosed walkways connect a network of modernist buildings, protecting Midwestern workers from heat and humidity in the summer, and bitter cold and towering snowdrifts in the winter. Inside the halls, some 3,000 people work on everything from product development and marketing to litigation, regulation and mergers and acquisitions. The employee base is generally reflective of middle America – predominantly white, casually dressed and possessing a genial, if hard-working, disposition.

 

Yet there are signs that in some significant ways, General Mills has a distinctly unusual corporate culture. Open the right door on a Tuesday morning and you might find a few dozen team leaders and executives meditating silently together on cushions, steeling their minds for the work week ahead. Enter a conference room later that afternoon and witness more than 50 senior employees from across the organisation standing on one leg in the tree pose as they practise yoga. Note that in every building on the General Mills campus there is a meditation room, equipped with a few zafus – or cushions for sitting practice – and yoga mats where, day after day, employees duck in to grab a few minutes of equanimity in between their meetings. These are the most obvious signs that, as an organisation, General Mills has something resembling a collective spiritual life."

 

Read the remaining article on FT Magazine.


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What Makes A Great Boss? A Surprising New Study.

What Makes A Great Boss? A Surprising New Study. | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
What’s the value of a good boss? When the boss is a CEO, that question has been closely scrutinized. But the role of less exalted front-line supervisors—the folks who directly oversee teams of workers—has been overlooked.

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Music Boosts Productivity and Morale - Inc.com

Music Boosts Productivity and Morale - Inc.com | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Inc.comMusic Boosts Productivity and MoraleInc.comStudies show that playing tunes in the office could be good for getting things done. Air guitar. Shutterstock. Tweet.

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Elements of Organisational Beauty

Elements of Organisational Beauty | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

This blog started with  50  elements of organisational beauty.The 50 elements discuss aspects that make an organistion something that moves people and make them more then willing to be part of it as a customer, an employee or a business partner. 


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Stop, start, sideways; that’s how adults learn

Stop, start, sideways; that’s how adults learn | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The jobs market of the future will be unrecognisable to most of today’s workers — education needs to grasp that to do best by its learners, says David Hughes, chief executive at NIACE.

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3 Lessons from Companies Getting Employee Engagement Right

3 Lessons from Companies Getting Employee Engagement Right | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Employee engagement begins with establishing a strong company culture.
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Connecting Social Learning to e-Learning

Connecting Social Learning to e-Learning | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Social media continues to grow worldwide. Facebook, Twitter and Yammer are becoming more accepted tools in the workplace, due to their mass networking capabilities.


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The Success Dilemma: Is Your Talent Keeping Up With Your Growth?

The Success Dilemma: Is Your Talent Keeping Up With Your Growth? | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
According to a new study by the Kaufmann Group, the Silicon Valley isn’t the only location for high growth in recent years. Salt Lake City and Indianapolis are in the top 10 for locations with high growth companies.

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Why Trying to Manipulate Employee Motivation Always Backfires!

"The research is clear, and has been known in social science circles for decades: Carrot-and-stick thinking is, at its core, a control method--and people always resist being controlled. Even if they don't openly resist, people resent being coerced into certain behaviors.'

 

Nice insight from Ken and Scott Blanchard.

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Quit Worrying About Employee Engagement | Fistful of Talent

Quit Worrying About Employee Engagement | Fistful of Talent | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

I started thinking about all the posts and studies talking about how to drive greater employee engagement and it struck me that we should worry less about engagement and worry more about “enablement.”


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Global Talent Mobility Study: Regional Differences - Towers Watson

Despite cost pressures and a sluggish global economy, most multinationals expect international assignments to increase through 2014, and only 18% envision them diminishing.

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Critical Thinking Organizations Look and Operate Quite Differently

Critical Thinking Organizations Look and Operate Quite Differently | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Within organizations a lack of critical thinking can be severely damaging. Critical thinking is needed for problem solving, and for generating innovative ideas and solutions. Without creative think...


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7 Virtual Customer Service Tips - Amie Marse

7 Virtual Customer Service Tips - Amie Marse | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Anybody in business knows that keeping customers is a LOT cheaper than finding new ones. One way that companies keep their current customers happy is through customer service, which has definitely changed due to online sales. Here is a list of 7 ways you can let your clients know that you care:

1. Over Communication;

2. Timely Response;

3. Make a Personal Connection;

4. Establish Boundaries;

5. Broadcast Effectively;

6. Ask for Feedback;

7. Goodies.

Imagine customer service as the wrapping paper around your product. The product itself is important, but the customer service often makes the biggest impression. In this fast paced virtual world the most important thing you can do is remind your clients they are more than an email address.

 


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HR Roundtable: How Do You Handle Today’s Information Overload?

HR Roundtable: How Do You Handle Today’s Information Overload? | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The October HR Roundtable in Cincinnati took on a very broad topic that actually affected EVERYONE in the business world today and that is: “How do you handle all of the information you get hit with today?

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Can You Legislate Employee Engagement? via @humancapleague

Can You Legislate Employee Engagement? via @humancapleague | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

What does it take to move “employee engagement” from buzzword or annual survey exercise to actual workforce change?

 

Obviously, it requires investment and commitment at an organization level. But what could happen if that investment and commitment were made at a national level?


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Over-Control and Open Space

In the case of Open Space Technology, the facilitator must not be confused with the process, as the do-er of it. The facilitator is the minimal agent or even channel for self-organisation to “escape” into the world.

 

Good advice on an excellent large group methodology.


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