On Air: 15:00 - 16:00 EST (GMT-5)
Monday, January 25th, 2016
What is a community? Too many think it’s everyone who likes your Facebook page, follows you on Twitter or follows you on SnapChat. It’s a common mistake too many organizations make. They think an audience is their community. Although communities are much smaller than audiences, there is a much smaller segment of your community that can be the cornerstone of any healthy community. To find these individuals, it takes time to listen, learn and adapt in order to form purposeful relationships. The relationships formed can help you grow, manage and even ignite movements in your community and for your organization. We’ll look at why these relationships are so important, how you find the right people to form relationships with and what is possible when done with purpose.
None of us are alone. That is Tim’s mission in life. To let everyone know they are not alone. It’s why helping others doing social good is his purpose.
Co-Creator of CreatingIs LLC
Ayelet is passionate about ushering a new path for business as a force of good by helping 21st century leaders imagine what’s possible and go create it in the world. She has been building community her entire life and believes trusted and relationships are the new currencies. Author of Our Journey to Business Common Sense.
As Director of Engagement for the Business Innovation Factory (BIF), Renee Hopkins connects people with BIF’s ideas, experiences, and points of view. She’s a former print journalist turned qualitative researcher and then community manager and connector. Renee has been writing about innovation and creativity since 2003 in blogs, books, magazines, and newspapers, online and in print. She also co-founded the weekly Twitter chat #Innochat (12-1 pm Eastern each Thursday).
Principal at Communituity
Rachel Medanic is a seasoned community professional and content marketing enthusiast. In her consulting business, Communituity, she works with companies to that embrace the power of community. Currently on a quest for her next full-time role, Rachel has 10+ years’ experience working with startups and tech companies in multiple industries.
Community Manager at Blab
Brittany Metz is not your typical Community Manager. With a cynical sense of humor, and a background in design, when she’s not managing a community, she’s in front of a crowd doing improv in the mission of San Francisco.
Director of Innovation Strategy at Speck Design/Massive Labs
2016 Forbes #30under30 in Consumer Technology, Director of Innovation Strategy @SpeckDesign, Builder of Communities and Things, Speaker, Crowdfunder, Woman in Hardware, Traveler, Foodie, Lover of Fun, 3DP, Wine & My Dog Martini. http://bit.ly/SavOnline
- How do you define a community member?
- Is there a difference between customer and community member?
- What are some ways you build relationships with community members?
- How do you empower community members to help you ignite movements?
- Why is shared purpose so important?
- What community outside of those you empower are you most inspired by?
- What community would you have like to have been a part of thinking back in history? Why?
- What is the biggest opportunity you have to build effective relationships for your community?
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