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Free Webinar: Developing Your Leaders with Web 2.0: A Guide to Getting Started
Thursday, December 9, 2010 10:00 am EST
Two-thirds of the world’s internet population visit social networks and 13% visit Wikipedia for, on average, five minutes each day. Social media platforms are changing the way we communicate and learn online. Real time discussions with real people on timely topics have changed the reflective model of learning to become global, dynamic, and continuous. Join us for an informative webinar on web 2.0 and leadership development.
Our experts will address:
- How businesses should speak to their future leaders in this space in ways that are relevant to them while avoiding costly or damaging pitfalls along the way
- Five ways to harness the opportunities of social networks to deliver sustained learning and provide development results for you and your organization
- The Distributed Leadership Model (DLM), which suggests that proactively engaging networks through clear values, principles, and roles creates a more effective and innovative business paradigm
About the presenters:
Mick Yates is a Visiting Professor at Leeds University and founder of LeaderValues, one of the top ranked leadership websites. He is currently responsible for global business development at Dunnhumby and has 11 years of experience as a regional CEO in Asia for P&G and J&J businesses.
Matt Holt is a Business Partner at Kinship Networking, an organization that specializes in the strategy and implementation of social networking. Their clients include Vodafone, Harvard Business School and Unilever.
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