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Social Is As Social Does
Community Building, Robin Ferrier, social media
Social Is As Social Does
1 December 2010

By now, all the hype around social media – and the numerous articles and panel discussions about this topic – means you probably can talk the talk when it comes to social media. You know the difference between Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and blogs. You have an idea about how you can and should use each one. Read more…

    Listening to the “Little Voice”
    Communication Skills, Robin Ferrier, Women In Business
    Listening to the
    3 November 2010

    and she was talking about a presentation about listening to the “little voice” we all have. Normally, when someone talks about listening to your “little voice” – or “inner voice” – it’s in the context of following your gut instinct. I did walk this morning. Read more…

      Smart Blogging Doesn’t Always Mean Starting a Blog
      Marketing and PR, Robin Ferrier, social media
      Smart Blogging Doesn’t Always Mean Starting a Blog
      1 June 2010

      So you’re finally ready to do it. You’re ready to take that big plunge into the scary “social media” ocean. You’ve avoided it for as long as you can, or maybe you’ve just dipped your toes in, reading other people’s blogs. Read more…

        Making Your Personal Life Work For Your Business
        Robin Ferrier,Women In Business
        Making Your Personal Life Work For Your Business
        30 April 2010

        Think your hobbies can’t grow your business? Think again. I am a wine aficionado. I also love to write fiction, am a total dog person, and often find myself giving career advice to colleagues, especially those new to the workforce. Read more…

          From Boys Clubs To Woman Power
          Resources, Robin Ferrier, Women In Business
          From Boys Clubs To Woman Power
          5 February 2010

          In a recent Pew Research Center survey, 49% of those surveyed listed the “old-boy network” as a major factor causing the lack of women in top level business positions. Many respondents also said that women’s family responsibilities don’t leave time for running a major corporation. I myself have heard the “old-boy network” argument time and again… and I’ve witnessed it on occasion. Read more…

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