Some Dirty Tricks to Avoid on #Twitter #socialmedia

If you’ve read my twitter follow-back policy, you already know how serious I am about reciprocating when someone follows me. That’s why every morning over coffee, I log into Tweepi.com to make sure I’m following back anyone who has followed me in the previous day. (Well, almost every day. Sometimes I’m rushing off somewhere and […] Read moreRead More»

Why Knowledge is Not Power

  Yes, I said it. Contrary to everything you’ve ever been told, knowledge is not power. The days of information hoarding—of only a few “powerful” people at the top of the outdated organizational pyramid—and holding on to that last bit of data as if nobody else could replicate it, are gone. Long gone. Today, knowledge […] Read moreRead More»

The Psychology Behind Successful Leadership

Dr. Anne Perschel is a leadership and business psychologist. Okay, unusual title, but what does she do? Let’s let her describe it herself: “People are often promoted to leadership roles based on their technical and/or business achievements, but not so much for their understanding of what it takes to lead so others follow – with full […] Read moreRead More»

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What Your Social Media Efforts Desperately Lack #socialmedia

In my post this past Thursday, I promised that today I’d show you how my Principles-to-Practices Framework can transform your social media efforts. Ready? The framework goes like this, from highest-level to most basic: Principles guide Strategy, which guide Tactics, which guide Practices. Principles are incredibly important and probably shouldn’t change at all from your […] Read moreRead More»

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