My favourite session yesterday was Nick Shackleton-Jones (@shackletonjones) on the use of social media supporting online learning at the BBC. I was going to blog on this, but Rob Moss from Personnel Today got their first, so see his summary on this.
Instead, I thought I’d write about the use of social media at the CIPD conference itself.
There have been quite a few of us blogging and tweeting, and in many ways, this has led to the development of a small community, sharing experiences and learning with everyone else through social media, but also face-to-face between ourselves. At times, it’s felt like a conference within a conference.
So, thanks for a great conference everybody!
Adrienne Fox (@foxlondon)writing for HR Magazine (US):
Jennifer Liston-Smith (@listonsmith) writing for the BPS:
Mike Morrison from RapidBI (@rapidbi) on the right, also with Nick Spindler from Nationwide:
(Check our Mike’s notes from the conference at cipd2008.blogspot.com)
Last night, we met up at the CIPD’s tweet-up.
Julia (Twitter username pending!):
Steve and David (sharing @RightwayCWS) with Irsa (username pending)
Well done to the CIPD for raising the role of social media this year. There’s still a way to go, but it’s been a very good start.
A few other non-Twitter peeps (I won’t say ‘muggles’ again!).
Perry Timms from the BIG Lottery Fund before his session ‘Communicating with Impact’:
Former colleague, Alison Crossley:
The Elsevier stand – my book’s just about visible on the back shelf:
Cross-posted from my Strategic HCM blog.
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