If our online persona is a multi-tasking machine that keeps all of its tabs open and responds to every buzz, how is the truly unplugged version of ourselves going to be satisfied with just one person, and consistently keep blinders up to all of the temptations whizzing by?
Our behavior online affects our behavior in the real world and vice versa. Making an impact starts with small habits of positive action.
Matt Preschern is Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of HCL Technologies, a US$6.0 billion global information technology services company.
Rock the Vote has an awesome campaign encouraging young people to register and vote. They started internet registration in the '90s as the first to offer it online as well as over the phone.
When you possess leadership integrity, people trust your decisions. They understand you have a vision, and because of your positive influence they take ownership in the plan, the process and the product.
So how can we, the parents, help our kids navigate this crazy arms race of elite college admissions without feeding the beast? While we may be powerless to change the system, what steps can we take to make the best of a difficult situation, for our kids, our families, and our communities?
You can spend weeks attending events, meetups, and happy hours and never find one real community. Why not? It turns out bringing people together into a room, bar, or event space isn't enough.
You went to dental school, not business school... but you ended up a small business owner. If you sometimes feel a little lost, you're not alone.
Small organizations often have a large problem. Social media have become more important for branding, awareness, engagement and business goals, but one community manager can only do so much.
We browse our Facebook feed and see extraordinary things happening all around us. A Facebook friend just climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. A friend of a friend won The Great Food Truck Race. Someone else was named Chicago's Teacher of the Year. It seems to happen all the time.
What happened to your life and how many hearts did you break? What lessons have actually stuck and how much love did you take? And what is more: Do yo...
I recently had the inspiring experience of sitting down with the associate director for the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence to discuss the upcoming Emotional Revolution Summit (ERS) -- a game-changing effort between the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Lady Gaga.
Leadership is hard, especially when confronting policies and people that simply don't work anymore. Caving in to doubt and criticism just creates organizational mirages that perpetuate dysfunction.
Social media might yet be the new "town square." However, its reach goes far beyond the town, to encompass the globe. Understanding how to manage a company in this new reality has become one of the most important roles for all CEOs and marketers.
In order to sell the steak, sometimes you've just got to build the sizzle around it. Entrepreneur E Brian Rose learned this a long time ago when trying to build businesses that eventually failed.
As a small business, you might have heard horror stories about social media. For every story about a waitress funding a wheelchair for her father after paying for a fire fighter's breakfast, there are many more stories about business owners behaving badly and their reputation being trashed online.