|Wednesday, May 7, 2014|
|01:00 AM ET|
The American Women Lawyers in London’s Executive Committee and Morgan Lewis are delighted to invite you to a panel presentation and networking event on how to use social media effectively in the workplace.
When handled correctly, social media can help professionally enhance your personal brand, establish yourself as an expert in a field, or demonstrate your fluency with all things digital. On the flip side, we’ve all heard horror stories in the news about an employee misusing social media in the workplace and the company having to react appropriately. This highlights the ever increasing importance of having a social media policy in the workplace and knowing how to react appropriately to misuse as an employer.
Our panel of experts will discuss the latest trends in digital communication, the most effective social media tools, what to keep in mind when creating social content, the importance of having a social media policy in the workplace, blogging, the value of communities and networks, personal brand development, and more.
Wednesday, 7 May 2014
6 pm | Arrival
7–8 pm | Presentation and Q&A
8–9 pm | Networking reception
5-10 St Paul’s Churchyard
London EC4M 8AL
Partner, Morgan Lewis
Amy B. Comer
Partner, Morgan Lewis
For more information and to register, please contact Rhiannon Pugh at email@example.com.
Claire Adshead-Grant is a managing partner of Calista, one of the leading digital marketing and business development consultancies in the professional services sector. Her areas of expertise include planning and delivering social media strategies to complement existing campaigns that deliver outstanding results. She regularly lectures and provides training on this topic.
Silvia Cambié, senior consultant at simply-communicate.com, is a thought leader in enterprise social networking for large companies. She consults with organisations like Diageo, Reed Elsevier, Royal Bank of Scotland, and the European Investment Bank. She is a regular speaker at Social Media Week and the Arab Social Media Forum. Silvia co-hosts simply SMiLE, Europe’s largest conference on social media for internal communicators.
Nick Thomas is a partner in Morgan Lewis’s Employment Practice. Nick regularly presents both in the UK and internationally on key employment topics, including social media and data protection. He works with clients across a wide range of sectors, including finance, private equity, insurance, information technology, transportation, power, facilities management, communications, and manufacturing.
Amy B. Comer is a partner in Morgan Lewis’s Business and Finance Practice. Amy regularly advises clients on international corporate, commercial, and technology transactions in the media, technology, and energy sectors.