We had a great evening last week exploring the world of social media with Ten2Two members.  John O’Sullivan, our Chairman and technology whizz took the audience through the reasons why you should be engaged with social media citing that it is no longer acceptable in todays’ workplace to say ‘I don’t do technology’.   Participants learned how to get the most out of their professional online profile, reconnect with lost contacts and grow a personal network together with how to avoid common pitfalls on Facebook.

Positive feedback has been coming in thick and fast including:

“Just wanted to thank you for a really interesting evening! I certainly feel a little more confident about Social Media now and valued the opportunity to hear such a well-designed presentation.” Emma

“Thank you for an interesting evening discussing Social Media. I’m doing my homework as told – to make a connection! Thanks for your tips and advice.” Tuli

“I just wanted to thank you for the Social Media Workshop last night. I thought it was great, really informative and interesting and I picked up some great tips.” Kylie

Check back here for details of future events or if you’re a Ten2Two Member, look out for our newsletters with future event dates.

 

 

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