Social for Business? Curious on Your Experience…
But, if you help me out, I promise two things…
- A summary of the respones— your’s compared to the full group, and
- Insight that you don’t have today…
You will see how your experience or view of social tools potential benefits in business compares to many others of a broad professional background — young professionals through senior executives!
So Here’s the Background
Everyone’s level of interest and use of social varies, and that’s why I am interested in your input.
I created this survey with a client who is undertaking a company-wide initiative to educate employees (48 in total) — and develop an active presence to engage with clients, prospects and vendors. The idea of “employee advocates” is something the CEO hopes to instill and develop.
Their focus is along these main topics:
- Value — how can we consistently provide value?
- Awareness — how do we create awareness of who we are, etc.?
- Visibility — how do we create and maintain ongoing visibility?
The survey asks about the tools you use and then to rate various benefits of social tools as to relevance to an organization. (regardless of current presence, these benefits pertain to anyone — so I expect everyone would have an opinion).
I am committed to providing results to anyone that completes the survey — which will prove insightful (simply provide an email address at the end of the survey). Also, if you complete it, you can view responses (to date), as soon as you submit the survey.
Hope you find this informative. Thanks in advance for your help!
“On a mission to challenge the status quo to a more productive and effective end…”
Don Tomoff is a “recovering CPA”, who is passionate about helping professionals and organizations keep up and adapt to the changing business world that we operate in.
One lesson learned over the years is that all of us, regardless of organization type or size, struggle with similar issues — primarily information management, organization, presentation, and effective use of our time. Let’s change that…one person at a time!