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I’m running a workshop on the 23rd, ‘The Social Business and You’, and am part of a panel on the 22nd discussing ‘Establishing and maintaining an internal communication protocol’.

Are you a one-trick pony?

by Lee Hopkins on January 10, 2012 · 1 comment

in miscellaneous,training

This business communication world of ours is changing at a faster pace than ever before, principally brought about by the emergence of the social world. People can share ideas, philosophies, likes and hates at lightening speed, and most companies are ill-resourced to be able to match the speed of information dissemination and discussion. It is […]

Participants will learn how to utilise proven methodologies, tips, techniques and observations to ethically increase sales volumes, profit margin, income, customer satisfaction, time and job satisfaction whilst reducing stress and effort

Harvard, Unisys on social media for business

by Lee Hopkins on September 29, 2011

in clippings,strategy,tools

To be really useful, social media has to improve the daily work of employees. Knowledge workers spend anywhere from 15%-35% of each day just searching for the right information

Leo Bottary on Peer Advisory Groups

by Lee Hopkins on September 27, 2011 · 1 comment

in training

The problem is that most executive training is episodic/event-oriented. Someone goes off to training, learns some interesting new concepts, and within a few weeks time, is back to the same old, pre-training behaviors.

I AM now offering two-day in-house workshops on social media, covering both the tactical essentials to get your organisation started and the more in-depth strategic issues. Harnessing the latest tools to time-effectively manage your online reputation and relationships, you will learn how to make your online communication activities successful. You will learn from numerous case […]

The participants around the board room table viewed me with some skepticism. I was right, guys, wasn’t I :-)

BCR055: Dinner with Adrian Cropley

by Lee Hopkins on November 29, 2009

in bcr pod/vidcast,podcasting

fabulous dinner recently with self and the equally fabulous Adrian Cropley