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AGEISM IS A POSITIVE FOR SHORT TERM OFFICE RESOURCE NEEDS

Posted by Janice Maguire on Monday, January 4, 2016, In : Social Media Marketing 

What is the meaning of the term “ageism”? How did the term come to pass – perception is older workers as non-productive, not motivated or team oriented, cannot commit to the job, less energy than younger workers, so need to move aside.

So if you are reading this, you are a Manager with curiosity and an open mind, valuable qualities, and like most Managers, you have this problem.  You would like more key initiatives completed, using little or no budget and in the shortest time possible.  ...


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14 Component Parts of a Social Media Crisis Plan

Posted by Janice Maguire on Monday, July 8, 2013, In : Social Media Marketing 

Here are some questions to consider when being asked (yikes!) to put a Social Crisis (Continuity) Plan together. It is simple and easy once these component parts are considered:

  1. What are the Overarching Objectives of the Business (aligned from the business plan and the marketing plan)
  2. Social Media Crisis Defined
  3. What are the Overall Objectives  for Crisis Implementation?  (aligned with the PR Department and the PR Crisis Management Plan)
  4. Why, Which and When to Monitor Communication Channels?
  5. What ...

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