Having a good social media presence equates to more trust among your employees, business partners, and potential customers.
Before an employee joins a company, they tend to look up the CEO’s social media to see the company’s culture and what its workplace is like. And if you’re social media is trustworthy enough through the content you post, then not only will you build your brand but increase the company’s exposure as well.
In this episode, we are joined by Sarah Goodall the founder of Tribal Impact, an organization that’s on a mission to empower the workforce to become digital ambassadors. She has a new book called “The Social CEO: How Social Media Can Make You A Strong Leader”, where she educates and inspires chief executives to embrace the Social Age. It provides insights into how social media can be used to gain an edge in your industry.
Learn the Ins and Outs of being a Social CEO as Sarah shares the how’s and why’s to stay ahead in this social age. She also talks about the benefits and challenges of being a Social CEO, and how to succeed in the Social Age.
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What you will learn:
- What is the social age?
- How the social age impacts everything
- Why CEOs need to get ‘social’
- AI and Digital profiling
- Understanding the power of employee voices
- Breaking the stigma that views vulnerability as weakness
- The key to winning customers
More about Sarah Goodall:
Sarah is the Tribal Chief at Tribal Impact, an organization that works with large and small organizations to activate their employees on social media and turn them into digital ambassadors. They also offer services on lead generation, referral recruitment, revenue growth, and employee engagement. Learn more about Tribal Impact and their services here.
Tribal Impact Website @tribalimpact.com