Week #40 DAVID

This week David…

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“Work in Sports development, mainly tennis. Trains junior players from beginners to national standard, run a large schools programme. Work for Streetgames, a national sports charity that works in the 20% most deprived neighbourhoods in the UK. Help clubs in the network with strategic planning and fundraising, and work on larger funding bids for the charity. Volunteer at Book Aid International an international charity that sends book and trains librarians in sub-Saharan africa in their corporate fundraising team. Enjoy good food and drink, reading, going to the cinema. Love skiing!” @

Week #38 Nina

This week Nina…

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” I grew up in a small seaside town in Dorset UK. I have lived in Brighton for five years and I love it. I work as an administrator in the local university, and I hope to train as a teacher in the future.

I am passionate about education and accessibility. In my free time I like to photograph and wander around. I like seeing places and hearing music I have never heard before.” 

Week #37 Johan

This week Johan aka 

Aaoq8KBh   ” I am a born and raised ‘Brusseleir’ with a passion for his city, culture and arts. Brussel is in my opinion much more than only the capital of Europe. It is a cosmopolitan city where people from all over the world, especially from Europe, come together. Every day I speak Dutch, French, English and Spanish and I am loving it. Professionally I work as a press officer for Mons 2015, European Capital of Culture in 2015 together with Pilsen in Czech Republic. These cities are interesting, because they are not the big, well-known cities, but they represent how many other cities in Europe deal with their cultural heritage and contemporary arts scenes. So let’s inspire each other.

I am one of the few people on Twitter who have more favorited tweets than own tweets.”

Week #36 Simona

This week Simona …

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”I am currently studying Computer Sciences at the University of Bucharest. While I have always had an inclination for mathematics and science, do not let that fool you. For the last 3 years, I have been the Editor-in-Chief of my Magazine, Teen Art Out, a social and cultural magazine addressed to teenagers and young adults.  Whether it was writing articles, correcting them, recruiting people, managing it, forming partnership or promoting the magazine, I have been involved in every step of it. It is by this that I discovered that I like doing more than programming, that I enjoy working with and for people and that I have a talent for social media and public relations.

Last year, upon becoming a member of the Youth Council for the Future, I have been elected Social Media Representative, being responsible for creative content and future strategies, working closely with both other youth members and project managers. Our main goal is to work towards the creation of a better Europe, to preserve its values and concepts, discuss current events and take a stand by giving young people a voice.

In addition to that, I have been activating as a Public Relations Office in the Student Association of my faculty, an organization with tradition and big-scale projects.

That would be who I am professionally. Personally, I enjoy watching TV Shows, listening to symphonic metal and not only, running a Tumblr blog, playing scrabble (I am a 4-times National Champion), traveling and meeting new people.”  

The Social Employee

Originally posted on Change Meme:

socialemployeeThe Social Employee: How Great Companies Make Social Media Work
Cheryl Burgess, Mark Burgess

The Social Employee goes beyond theory and discusses examples of social media success in detail. This book is packed with ideas.

Most of the easy to find articles and books on social media focus on the success of a social media campaign, it can be difficult to imagine how you could do something similar in your own company or industry. The reasons are often simply that your company is not organised to accomodate social practices, and your employees are not ready to be active in the social sphere on behalf of a company.

In The Social Employee the writers have spoken to some of the biggest companies who have made social work for them, often in the more challenging area of business-to-business. They look at how a company changed their organisation, activities and business culture to…

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