25 October, 2012 | (01 hr)

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Social media and social networks have the power to revolutionize how HR performs its function. On one level, it gives HR executives a global reach and can help them stay connected with current and former employees. It also can help HR with critical organizational functions including empowering the employees to respond to the needs of the customer and supporting and fostering innovation. And last but not least, it can also enhance important HR functions. In this session, a senior HR executive will share his perspective on social networks and how he uses them in his organization.

Audience: Senior HR executives responsible for talent, recruiting, knowledge management, employee engagement and learning and communication executives responsible for employer branding, internal communication and social media


Louis Vong

Louis Vong
Vice President, Digital Strategy
TMP Worldwide Advertising & Communications, LLC

A veteran of the ad agency world, Louis started in the mid '90s at shops such as DDB, Austin Knight and TMP Worldwide. A digital native, he grew up playing Atari and building silly word games in Pascal. At TMP, he applies these childhood skills to... Full Bio

Meg Gottemoeller

Meg Gottemoeller (Moderator)
Senior Fellow, Human Capital
The Conference Board

Meg Gottemoeller is responsible for the growing suite of academies — intensive development experiences for executives moving into senior leadership roles in organizations — at The Conference Board. Current offerings in the program incl... Full Bio


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