Earlier this summer I gave three presentations (two free webinars, one conference session) that focused on the intersection between social media and other digital technologies and human capital management, from both individual and organizational perspectives:
The sections below provide brief introductions to and comments about each session. You can view the embedded decks via this blog post or access (and download) them via the SMinOrgs SlideShare channel.
As always, I hope you find these resources valuable, and I welcome your feedback.
- Courtney Shelton Hunt, PhD
Recruiting in the Digital Era
On June 14, 2012 at 1:30 pm ET, I led a free webcast for HR.Com enttitled Recruiting in the Digital Era: Guidance for HR Professionals, Recruiters, and Hiring Managers.
I'm happy to report this webcast was very successful. Here is a link to a recording of it. You must join HR.com to access the recording, but membership is free.
Career Management in the Digital Era
On June 29, 2012 I gave a presentation at Forte Foundation's MBA Women's Conference entitled Career Management in the Digital Era. The attendees were extremely engaged and asked lots of great questions.
After I uploaded the deck to SlideShare, it was "hot" on both Facebook and LinkedIn and was featured on SlideShare's home page for a while. It was also reshared fairly widely on both platforms, as well as Twitter, and continues to be viewed and downloaded regularly. I'm glad folks find it valuable!
Dressing for Success in Cyberspace:Giving Yourself a Digital Make-Over (S.M.A.R.T. Blog post)
Additional related resources are included in both of the above posts, as well as at the end of the slide deck.
Social Media Policies and More
You can access the archived recording of the session here. You have to join HR.com to view the recording, but membership is free.
After I uploaded the deck to SlideShare, it was "hot" on both Facebook and LinkedIn and was featured on SlideShare's home page for a while. I'm glad to see the topic resonated with folks!
This presentation was adapted from this S.M.A.R.T. Blog post by the same name, which was an updated version of my 2011 post entitled Social Media Polices: Necessary but not Sufficient. Additional resources are also included at the end of the slide deck.