disability employment sector

How social media can help the disability employment sector

Today, I was privileged to present to the Annual Conference of the Australian Disability Employment sector.  I was asked to speak to the issue of “how social media can help the disability employment sector”. Australia’s disability employment services sector is going through a revolution.Some 500 plus people gathered together in Melbourne to talk about the […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

6 years ago

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Integrating social media with online engagement

  Linking EngagementHQ with other social media tools Switch on the social media sharing in the deep configuration to make it easy for participants to share the consultation with their friends and followers. Add “follow us on” Facebook and Twitter buttons to the top of the widgets column with HTML links through to either/both sites. […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

6 years ago

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social media future of tax

Do tax and social media mix?

Slide deck from a presentation to tax office officials titled, Tax.2.0: the social media future of tax. These are the slides from a presentation I was asked to give a few years back to a gathering of the Chief Executive Officers of each of the Australian State based revenue agencies. The group, who were without […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

7 years ago

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Social Media at Work

Social Media at Work

Attempting to outlaw Facebook, Twitter and their lesser-known cousins may cruel your pitch with Gen Y staff. To allow or not all? That is the conundrum for many councils when it comes to the question of staff access to social media during working hours. But think carefully before pushing through a ‘no’ vote. Quite apart […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

8 years ago

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Paradox Facebook Group

The Facebook Group Paradox – debate or petition?

Astonished as I am that anyone could reject the healthy meaty charms of a convenient local Macca’s, the reason I am highlighting this is the reporting of the Facebook debate which I think throws light on a genuine problem with Facebook Groups.

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

8 years ago

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potential of Facebook

The lost potential of Facebook

If Facebook were only configured so we could find interesting things on there more easily and reach out to people more effectively it would be a very powerful medium for engagement and community participation. The problem is you can’t so it isn’t… yet.

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

8 years ago

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social media in the workplace issues and strategic questions

Why you should allow unmitigated access to social media in the workplace

We all read stories in the media about people surfing porn at work or harassing colleagues on the web but most of us (I used to think all of us) understand that this minority of idiots should not stand in the way of the huge efficiency benefits that the Internet offers in the workplace. Personally […]

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

10 years ago

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