Get over your press release addiction and aim for building industry leadership social capital for the longterm. Andrea presents a call to action to disrupt your earned media approach today.
Andrea Learned educates #sustainability and #climateaction leaders on strategies for speaking or conference preparation. Leverage your presence for impact.
Twitter is a powerful but often neglected B2B social media platform for developing longer term connections for collaborations and #leadership opportunities. You should be there if you aren't already.
Andrea points to a book by Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms on "new power," and suggests that developing your own #socialmedia social capital could be key to starting up these new #leadership steps.
Building a social media #leadership platform as part of a business development strategy does not get the attention it deserves. Andrea argues it's quiet but differentiating power is worth much more attention. #bizdev
If you are a leader not yet building your social media platform, you are likely leaving opportunity on the table. Women's business wisdom is extremely important these days, so Andrea suggests you invest in amplifying it.
Is your executive team developing its leadership platform(s) strategically enough to truly anticipate opportunities? Andrea sees very few that are, and notes the urgency in building social capital around #climateaction and #soicalimpact .
Saying and touting “strategy” can be super hip and short-term (“let’s talk strategy at lunch” with a wink and nudge), but DOING it for real impact takes much more self-awareness and advanced planning. To this I would point out an under-realized fact: the strategic potential of using social media emerges — with neon lights flashing— when you use it as a stealth and long-term, monitoring and research tool.
Global climate action momentum has recently shifted from the federal government level to the more local - city, state and region - level. With that in mind, the data mapping team at Onalytica and I chose to study the power and potential of Twitter influencer engagement around the #Cities4Climate tag, specifically. Our goal: to discover the opportunities [...]
Sometimes a kick in the gut really IS what we need. While the U.S. election earlier this month rocked the globe on many levels, what struck me most was how a certain unnamed person single-handedly used Twitter to garner so much public attention. Alternatively, it may be our own inattention to the leadership power of that particular [...]
Focus in on using your Twitter handle to engage around a single conference session. I predict that that effort alone will persuade you to make strategic Twitter use a bigger part of your leadership development pursuits in 2017.
Thanks to a couple of short business/personal trips to gorgeous places in the Pacific Northwest (home region pride!), I had the opportunity to have informal conversations with a few seasoned clean tech impact investors. After each of those interactions, I found myself wishing more of these folks were on Twitter. Why would I care? Because [...]