In a past teleconference, Vanessa DiMauro shared her expertises utilizing social media.
This 45-minute teleconference focuses on how integrative practitioners could use the tools of social media to connect with peers, share their point of view and evangelize their practice.
Specifically attendees will learn about:
- Overview of online tools
- Tools and you
- How much do you tell about yourself and your background online?
- How to pick a tool set to use – matching tools with goals
- How do you protect your identity online?
- Communicating with your patients
- Controlled communications like newsletters
- Connecting without letting it take over
- Sharing your POV online/Being an expert
- Communicating with your peers
- Creating Facebook and linkedIN profiles
- What do you want people to know. Risk and opportunities.
- How to create a useful Facebook or LinkedIN profile
- What is the difference between public facing sites and private sites like IP.com?
- Using IntergrativePractitioner.com to further your practice
Using Online Communities, Blogs and Social Networks to Support Your Integrative Practice with Vanessa DiMauro, President, Leader Networks
October 15, 2:00 pm (EST)
Vanessa DiMauro is the CEO and president of Leader Networks. A pioneer in business-to-business community building, Vanessa has been creating successful virtual communities and networks for more than fifteen years. Vanessa is a popular speaker, researcher and author on the topics of virtual communities, social networking, and Web 2.0 for businesses. With a research background, Vanessa takes the approach of a cultural anthropologist to help businesses use social networking and virtual community building to help companies get closer to their customers, generate revenue and tangible ROI. She has founded and run leading online professional communities such as Cambridge Information Network (CIN), Computerworld Executive Suite and CXO Systems’ Peer Visibility Network.
Vanessa also serves as an Executive- In-Residence at Babson College, for the MBA program. She has led executive education courses at UCLA – Anderson School, the University of Miami and at the University of Chicago. Women in Technology International (WITI) named Vanessa DiMauro one of “Boston’s Most Influential Women in Technology” and The Advisory Council (TAC) has chosen her as one of their Thought Leaders – leading practitioners who provide guidance on their areas of expertise. She holds both a B.A. and an M.A. from Boston College.