[INFOGRAPHIC] The 7 Traits of the @SocialEmployee (McGraw-Hill) #socbiz
Is your brand building a culture of engaged, activated social employees? To answer that, it’s important to know what a social employee looks like, and how you can help to catalyze those traits in your own workforce.
It is with that spirit that Blue Focus Marketing is pleased to share a new infographic, “The 7 Traits of the Social Employee.” As we explain in our Amazon best-selling book, The Social Employee: How Great Companies Make Social Media Work (McGraw-Hill), there can be no mistaking that brands’ relationships to both their customers and employees are changing. In the digital bazaar, the authentic voice of the social employee can be a brand’s most powerful asset in forging long-term, dynamic relationships with customers and other important members of online communities.
“The 7 Traits of the Social Employee” is the second in a planned four-part series in support of The Social Employee. Click here to view our first infographic, “Think of a Brand as a Planet,” and stay tuned for parts three and four, where we explore what it means to be a social executive, and how brands can benefit from our Möbius model of social engagement.
In The Social Employee, we go behind the scenes with several leading brands—such as IBM, AT&T, Dell, Adobe, Southwest Airlines, Cisco, Acxiom, and Domo—pulling the lid off the inspiring social business success stories that have propelled these companies into the 21st century. These cutting-edge brands have all come to the same realization: the path to social business lies through empowering the social employee.
“Great brands have always started on the inside, but why are companies taking so long to leverage the great opportunities offered by internal social media? . . . The Social Employee lifts the lid on this potential and provides guidance for businesses everywhere.” —JEZ FRAMPTON, Global Chairman and CEO, Interbrand
The Social Employee offers an unparalleled behind-the-scenes look at the social business success stories of some of the biggest brand names in the business world, including IBM, AT&T, Dell, Adobe, Southwest Airlines, Cisco, Acxiom, and Domo. These cutting-edge brands have all come to the same realization: the path to social business lies through empowering the social employee.
The brands that leverage their employee base in order to engage customers and prospects through social media are the ones destined to win the marketing wars. This book not only details the astronomical rise of the social employee, but also outlines the innovative methods that leading companies have employed to foster cultures of enthusiastic and engaged workers.
AFTERWORD by Kevin Randall, Vice President of Brand Strategy & Research at
Movéo Integrated Branding, and a columnist for Fast Company