With e-books, I can’t spy on what others are reading. That voyeurism gave me fodder for conversation, ideas about what is good to read and told me something about the person.
I’m sure by now many of you have had your connections mapped using the Inmap app on LinkedIn. Over the past week or so I’ve been watching friends do this and post the results.
To the uninitiated, Twitter may seem strange, perplexing, or even pointless. However, if you give it a chance, you may find that learning and participating on Twitter can add value to your life and career in several ways.
Connecting with others can be an art form, and it is a very important success building skill. I have found that if I first look for what I have in common with someone, instead of what makes us different, it is much easier to connect.
Here’s my challenge to the on-line HR community. Be intentional in connecting with your peers. The reason most of the HR community isn’t on-line is that they don’t know we exist. So, connect with each other on purpose.