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Monday, March 16 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire: Fallacy of Social at Work

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What you've been promised about communicating openly with anyone across your organization isn't entirely true. Even though trends you may read about suggest otherwise, even though people say they want to be more transparent, many don’t. Not everybody wants to hear your ideas or opinions, and sometimes, your colleagues aren't even allowed to hear them. Being social is who you are. You've made being social part of who you are, so it probably comes as a shock to know that reaching out might be difficult if not impossible. But sometimes, there are reasons why a company may want or need wall off certain people or groups from others. There may be ethical, generational, or cultural challenges, or there may be regulatory or legal implications that prevent collaborative communication. So how do you know when you should be social and when you should be anti-social?

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Speakers
avatar for Joanna Belbey

Joanna Belbey

Social Media Strategist, Actiance Inc
Joanna is a Social Media and Compliance Specialist helping regulated firms use social media effectively, while complying with rules and regulations. Joanna is an enthusiastic user of social media (follow her @belbey) and provides strategic counsel and support on best practices for... Read More →
avatar for Julian Mills

Julian Mills

Head, Corporate Intranet & Internal Social Media, Bank of Montreal
Passionate and results-driven leader with expertise in marketing innovation, social media utilization, and digital workplace productivity. Possesses deep and varied experience working with leading global organizations in financial services, technology, not-for-profit, professional... Read More →


Monday March 16, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
JW Marriott Room 404 110 E 2nd St