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Social Media is more than technology- it’s about creating a social organization that can connect with a social community. In this workshop you will learn how to create a social culture within your organization, build your social media team, create engaging content, and manage your social media communities. From measuring tangible return on investment- and creating organizational “buy-in” – to strategic and sustainable growth this workshop will help you create engaged online communities.

Those responsible for social media in their organizations should attend this workshop because it will give them practical tools and resources that will help them make hard decisions on when to engage, where to engage, and how to engage in social media.

• Heads of Marketing
• Public Affairs Officers
• Media Operations Commanders
• Heads of Social Media
• Chiefs of Digital Outreach
• PR Consultants
• Unit Media Team Leaders
• Military Webmasters
• Military Recruitment Specialists
• Heads of Communications Departments
• Managers of Government Relations Departments

Workshop LEADER

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Andrew Morton

Director of Social Engagement, SHRM

Andrew Morton serves as the Director of Social Engagement at SHRM. He is a marketing and PR executive who’s led public and private organizations to unprecedented levels of brand awareness through interactive strategic communications practices in traditional and new media.

Andrew is a combat veteran who’s served over twenty years as an Army Officer in leadership positions at all levels, and as the lead for the Army Reserve’s marketing, digital and social media efforts. After his military career he was as an account director at Purple Strategies- leading highly successful digital and social media campaigns for Fortune 500 clients.

Andrew has lead dozens of seminars on strategic and sustainable social media practices and has chaired and presented at conferences in numerous countries. He resides in Washington DC and is happy to claim the most important title of all- “Dad”- to his three wonderfully exhaustive kids!
 

SHRM

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries. For nearly seven decades, the Society has been the leading provider of resources serving the needs of HR professionals and advancing the practice of human resource management. SHRM has more than 575 affiliated chapters within the United States and subsidiary offices in China, India and United Arab Emirates.

Workshop programme

8:30 Registration and Opening Remarks

9:00 What is Social Culture and how do I create it in my organization?

Andrew Morton

Andrew Morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRM
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  • In this session we will take a look at how we got where we are over a short 25-year history of the internet. 
  • 9:30 Building the Social Media Team

    Andrew Morton

    Andrew Morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRM
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  • How many, who, and the how of creating a social team within your organization. 
  • 10:00 Starting with Strategy

    Andrew Morton

    Andrew Morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRM
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  • Identifying the right strategy and creating a plan before diving in! 
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Creating and Curating Great Content

    Andrew Morton

    Andrew Morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRM
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  • Where does it come from, what works on different social media sites, and how can I get my hands on it? 
  • 11:30 Community Management

    Andrew Morton

    Andrew Morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRM
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  • Engaging with follows, friends and foes- 5 Rules to making it all work?   
  • 12:00 Measuring and Monitoring Performance

    Andrew Morton

    Andrew Morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRM
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  • How to gauge success and show value
  • 12:30 Closing remarks and End of Workshop

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