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Social Media in the Workplace

  • 28 Jan 2014
  • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Seven Counties Services 914 East Broadway Louisville KY 40202

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Session Information

The topic for this program is using social media in the workplace---how it's appropriate, company policy's role, ongoing education tool.

               1. Using social media for ongoing education

               2. Using social media to hear the voice of the employee

               3. How can social media be an effective tool for inter-office communication?

Networking begins at 4:30 followed by presentation from 5-6 PM. 


Speaker Bio

Chris Whigham started Derby City Social Media in 2010 as an affordable way for companies to manage their social media. His 25-years of experience in the automotive and corporate industries allows him a unique understanding of what works in the world of marketing.

Chris moved to Louisville from Las Vegas with his wife in 2006, and has embraced the community as his new home.

Derby City Social Media on

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/thesocialmediamanager
The Web: http://www.derbycitysocialmedia.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SocialMediaNook


Location provided by Seven Counties Services

Seven Counties Services (SCS), is the leading provider of behavioral health and developmental services in Metro Louisville.  Seven Counties delivers community-based treatment, support and services for adults and children with severe mental illnesses, emotional and behavioral disorders, developmental or intellectual disabilities and those dealing with substance abuse and addictions.

 

Seven Counties is fully accredited by the Joint Commission with 1,200 staff delivering treatment and services to over 32,000 individuals annually. SCS therapists are embedded in 120 public schools in our seven county area. Our Hope Now Hotline receives more than 55,000 callers each year and more than 25,000 unique people visit www.sevencounties.org monthly.

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