Social media has redefined how people, organizations and government interact. How can federal managers use social media technologies more effectively to change how they carry out their work, fulfill their agency’s mission and broaden how they communicate and engage with the American public? That is what the Partnership and Booz Allen Hamilton set out to understand in the #ConnectedGov report. In this webinar, we will give you a brief overview of the report, and discuss case studies and best practices you can apply to the work you do at your respective agencies.
Due to the 1st round's success, TBWA Paris and SNCF have decided to make a 2nd round for "Le Défi Ingénieur". This time, the serious game, entirely built in 3D, uses a low poly treatment. It reminds of the video gaming world and goes further with the experiential concept. This game has triggered a huge video production to set the 10 challenges in order to enrich its user experience.
July 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a truly landmark piece legislation that fundamentally redefined how people with disabilities live in American society. One of the cornerstones of this legislation was the impact on employment across all sectors. In this digital dialogue on diversity, you will learn how to leverage new resources, tools, networks and opportunities to gain access to a powerful talent pool that is critical to addressing your human capital and digital engagement strategies for long-term growth.
In this webinar, we will address:
Key trends vital to understanding disability in the digital age.
Key resources for recruitment and retention of the differently-abled.
Strategies to gain buy-in from senior leadership to build stakeholder and community engagement.
About the speakers:
Jonathan Kaufman, CEO, J Kaufman Consulting
A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and Oxford University with an emphasis on disability lifestyle, work, and policy issues. Professor Kaufman holds a graduate degree in the social sciences from the University of Chicago in Psychiatric Social Work/Human Development with Public Policy. A Graduate from Columbia University he studied Applied Anthropology with an emphasis on the culture of work for the 21st Century. Seen as one of the most innovative thinkers in both the diversity and disability arena; his background in organizational strategy applied in the field of personal growth advises clientele as both a coach, speaker, professor, consultant and licensed clinician. Always seeking to develop new strategies and initiatives by synthesizing ideas from management theory and entrepreneurial thinking to tasks at the intersection between public policy and the realities of the business world.
John Bersentes, Area Vice President of Hodes a division of Findly Talent, LLC
John brings over twenty years expertise and specialization in diversity recruitment and outreach. He advises his clients on the latest recruitment solutions and advertising campaign strategies evangelizing digital grassroots outreach, social media and mobile recruitment based communication solutions that are employer branding. His focus as of late has been on building sustainable and replicable approaches to strategic talent acquisition, employee and stakeholder engagement.