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Social HR
Social HR

Social HR

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If a prospective employer searched for your name, what might they find? And is there anything on Facebook or Twitter you wouldn’t want your future boss to see?

It’s a slightly scary thought, but any thoughts or opinions you put online could be there forever. 

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A statement, very used in Social Media, in which you pretend to be modest but which you are really using as a way of telling people about your success or achievements. Humblebragging can be much more nuanced and difficult to discern.
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The act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention.

Term coined as part of a campaign by Macquarie an advertising agency behind the campaign - McCann Melbourne - invited a number of lexicographers, authors, and poets to coin a neologism to describe the behaviour.
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Likeability is an ability to create positive attitudes in other people through the delivery of emotional and physical benefits. By being likeable, by generating positive feelings in others, you gain as well.
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Humanity watches 80 million hours of You Tube every day. Video is the killer app.

Don´t write to me. Tell me. Show me.

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Lonely in the Digital Age. We expect more from technology, yet less from one another.

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A graph that depicts relationships at work (influence, learning, organization, support and development), from tangible authority to invisible relationships. 

 

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“This is what I know, and how I work. Look what people I have worked with are saying about me.”

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When you’re worked up about something, and you sit down and you furiously type up a message and hit send. For a split second you have a feeling of satisfaction, and then… “Oh no, why did I do that? Why did I say that?”

 

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Asphyxiation due to reduced leisure time and massive information overload.

 

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Idea people play a more important role in HR decisions. People help to decide simple and complicated things that affect them. They vote, tag, rank, and develop things.

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The greatest challenge of our age is not only to live connected to one another through technology; but also to do so in ways that are beneficial to our own well-being, effective in our work, and useful to the world. To live with greater wisdom, purpose, and meaning while using technology in ways that create a more open and healthy culture.

 

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