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Impact99 2013 – My Profile

Hello everyone, I hope your weeks are going well! This week I am being profiled by Pam Ross over at Impact99. If you’re not familiar with this unique HR summit, taking place in Vancouver and Toronto, I encourage you to check it out and consider attending. It’s all about an authentic, underlying desire to question the status quo and explore alternate approaches to HR and the workplace, and the potential that social and digital technologies have to impact our organizations. The relatively small group of participants, the interactive format, and Pam and Christine’s whole approach and presence really contribute to an exciting, organic experience.

You can check out my post related to last year’s summit here. Plus, I personally promise that anyone who decides to attend the Toronto summit based on my recommendation will be owed several pints on my tab ;) Cheers folks!

Jane

Blueprint for Igniting a Social Workplace

I feel so very fortunate to have attended Impact 99 this week – an HR Summit intently focused on igniting a social workplace.  Putting aside the inspirational hosts, terrific participants, and enthralling presenters, I’ve just spent the last hour looking over my notes, the tweets, and the speaker presentations, and what I really can’t get over is how many actionable, practical ideas I came away with.

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Social Media

Hello everyone. My name is Jane…and I’m a late adopter. Yes, it’s true. I’m ashamed to admit this, but until last year I still had…a flip phone. It feels good to finally tell someone.

The truth is that I’ve always been late to the party. Cell phones, Facebook, Linked In- I boarded the bus late on all of these. Believe it or not, I may have been the only person on Earth in 2002 that somehow still didn’t know that Haley Joel Osment could see dead people.

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