If you’ve attended a #pivotconchat you know what to expect: meaningful discussion from leading industry thinkers, an hour of quick-thinking, fast-typing debate, and, most importantly, a monthly Apple reference. For September we’ve got a very special treat; Kare Anderson, Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal Reporter and current founder of Say It Better Center, will join us as guest host.
Help welcome Kare Anderson to the world of Twitter chats next Tuesday, September 4th at 1pm ET. Simply synch your twitter account to our chat hub, and begin tweeting! Be sure to include hashtag “#pivotconchat” in every tweet to ensure we see your response.
About Kare Anderson
Kare Anderson is co-founder of Say it Better Center, and an Emmy-winning former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter who translates behavioral research into ways to connect, be frequently quoted or make a place or event more meaningful by storyboarding the moments in it. She’s a speaker, columnist for Harvard Business Review and Forbes, and author of Moving From Me to We, Walk Your Talk, Getting What You Want and Resolving Conflict Sooner.
Improving Quotability: Picking Up on Behavioral Cues in Social Media
The Social revolution is at root a cultural and anthropological one, with technology taking a backseat to the connections and relationships the Social Construct creates. Behavioral cues and contexts are as important in the Social Construct as they have been in the history of building meaningful relationships. For brands, speaking up and building a reputation now takes more understanding of human nature than ever before. What cues and content make for quotable brand stories? How do businesses differentiate their narrative in the noise? Kare Anderson, founder of SayItBetter Center, will lead a discussion on this topic during our September #pivotconchat and cover the following questions:
- What specific cues make our messages quotable?
- How can we build credibility using the Social Construct?
- What’s vital in a productive collaboration?
- What are some common mistakes in attempting to collaborate?
- What are traits of the best brand ambassadors?
If you have any questions or would like to nominate a guest host for an upcoming chat, please reach out to Christina at email@example.com.