My latest post over on Passle was prompted by a piece recently published by Darren Caveney, who describes his insights from undertaking social media reviews in organisations.
My Passle post explores the question of if and how leaders are reviewing what they are doing (or could be doing) on social media. This links in to recent pieces I’ve written here :
How are you social as a leader… on Social Media?
How is your leadership… on Social Media?
(Twitter) Personality Insights
You can read the full piece and the article from Darren Caveney here.
I was reading through your articles on leadership and social media (Your links above). I agree with you on all the pointers.
My perspectives are not necessarily from a senior management position but I would like to say is, sometimes it is good to view it from the various leadership styles as well. Leaders seem to be keep a distance and do not want to get exposed in command and control hierarchical structures and as such I have not seen much participation even on Linkedin platforms.
Yet, still I have seen certain CEO’s energetically participating in internal social media platforms for resolving customer queries and in technical support across time zones. As you rightly pointed out, the leader needs to see the value in his conversations.
Increasingly, there is a penchant for thought leadership discussions on corporate social networks as well and there are followers as well.
Thank you. I enjoyed reading through your articles. I will visit again sometime.
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