Keeping up with email, technology, and social media in today’s world can be a little like drinking from a firehose. Despite the challenges, there lies tremendous potential for digital leadership. The platform, whether LinkedIn, Twitter or Pinterest, doesn’t matter. Today’s most progressive leaders are recognizing and leveraging the benefits of being digital. For those who dismiss […]
Volunteers have served colleges and universities well for decades. Higher Ed Advancement offices have mobilized and coordinated the activity of alumni, parents, and friends on behalf of their institutions with effective appeals for time, talent, and treasure. At a time when more and more people are spending an increasing amount of time online, there’s a […]
Dec 05, 2013 | Categories: Advancement Live, Communications, Crisis Communications, Fundraising, Social Media, Uncategorized, Volunteers | Tags: advancement, alumni affairs, alumni engagement, alumni engagement strategy, ambassadors, Andrew Gossen, Bentz Whaley Flessner, Brian Razzaque, Columbia University, Digital Alumni Engagement, digital volunteers, fundraising, Jake Strang, Justin Ware, marketing, online ambassadors, Philanthropy, social media, Social Toaster, technology, volunteers | Leave A Comment »
MStoner Strategist Fran Zablocki talks with Chris Syme and Jonathan Bernstein about crisis management in higher ed.
Join Chris Syme (@cksyme), consultant specializing in digital crisis communications and social media marketing at www.cksyne.org., and her guest Dr. Bill Smith, Director of University Branding and Marketing at Northwestern State University – as they discusses Crisis 2.0 – defined as a new model of communications influenced by the speed of digital, and the need […]