Employee Advocacy Summit: Measuring Performance and Value

One of the hosts for today, Susan Emerick and her partner in Brands Rising LLC Jeanne Murray, delve deeply into metrics, KPIs and measurement frameworks for employee advocacy programs.  They also answer one of the most difficult questions faced by their audience, “How do I prove business value?” Notes from the Measuring Performance and Value session […]

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Employee Advocacy Summit: Taking Your Program to the Next Level

One of the hosts for today, Chris Boudreaux of EY and this blog, hosts a panel with three employee advocacy program managers who all have successful programs at differing stages.  The theme Chris maintained throughout the discussion was “What’s next?” Notes from the Taking Your Program to the Next Level session at the Employee Advocacy Summit in Atlanta, […]

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Employee Advocacy Summit: Feed the Content Engine

Michael Brito of WCG helps teach employee advocacy program teams navigate the tricky road of content creation.  He goes into many of the similarities and differences between personal content creation versus the process for the brand itself. Notes from the Feed the Content Engine session at the Employee Advocacy Summit in Atlanta, GA on September 15, 2014. […]

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Using Employees to Demo Your Products. Brilliant!

Sabrina Stoffregen has been running Intel’s employee advocacy program globally, since its inception. She brings amazing perspective as the leader of a program that is far ahead of most programs in this space. We are very lucky to have her sharing lessons from her program at the September 15 Employee Advocacy Summit in Atlanta. Below […]

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Interview With Employee Advocacy Summit Speaker: Liz Bullock

At the 2014 Employee Advocacy Summit in Atlanta this September, Liz Bullock will share lessons, methods and cases from some of the world’s largest employee advocacy deployments. She worked on social programs at Dell for 3 years and now runs a consultancy called the Social Arts and Science Institute, which helps large brands train employees […]

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