I have to admit, looking at beautifully crafted social media frameworks makes me feel positively giddy. So imagine my delight when I saw all of the social media framework goodness on Ross Dawson’s Twitter page: @rossdawson. So, for other geeks who get the same cheap thrills as I do, I’ve combined the frameworks created by Ross Dawson and Advanced Human Technologies and Future Exploration Network into one single collection. Some of the frameworks are from a couple of years ago, but they’re still so relevant that I thought I would include them. Don’t be shy… enjoy!!!
Ross Dawson, founder of Advanced Human Technologies, launched the Beta 2 version of the Social Media Strategy Framework on September 21 (the original Beta was launched back in July). This framework provides guidance on how organizations can approach engagement with social media, and illustrates the three steps in the process of ENGAGEMENT (on the left) as well as the three steps in STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT (right).
Parker LePla’s branding experts, Briana Marrah and Joe LePla, led a workshop at the Advanced Learning Institute’s Internal Branding Conference. They spoke on how to leverage social media tools to engage your employees and create effective brand champions.
The Disclosure Best Practices Toolkit is a draft series of checklists to help companies, their employees, and their agencies learn the appropriate and transparent ways to interact with blogs, bloggers, and the people who interact with them.
We believe in the principles of transparency and openness, and this document is a way of making this real on the inside. Our goal is not to create or propose new industry standards or rules. These checklists are open source training tools designed to help educate the hundreds or thousands of employees in any large corporation the appropriate ways to interact with the social media community.
Original Source: Definitive Guide to Corporate HR Blogging
Real-time social networking via Twitter, Facebook, etc. is certainly all the rage. But fundamentally, blogging still remains the best way to build brand, authority and thought leadership. Lots of companies blog and more and more are joining the world of blogging on a regular basis. Corporate HR blogging on the other hand has a long way to go.
I’m currently in the process of working with our Talent Acquisition team to improve my company’s external Careers site, the front end “static” pages as well as the applicant tracking system (ATS) itself. Some of the challenges that I am currently facing are:
- Effectively communicating what we do as a business in a fun and interactive manner.