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May 18 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
Discover best practices and favorite tools that one local team uses to effectively managing their clients’ social media programs.
About this event
Workflow can make or break a social media team. Teams that align around a clear vision and goals, and are empowered by the right tools and processes, are best set up to effectively achieve business goals and objectives. At our May event, Sarah Best, CEO of Sarah Best Strategy will share her tips and best practices for organizing a social media team to maximize effectiveness.
- Learn about operation tools such as process maps and standard operating procedures that can help your team succeed.
- Discover best practices and favorite tools that Sarah’s team uses in effectively managing their clients’ social media programs.
- Get advice on how to align your team around a vision and culture, and how to troubleshoot and evolve your systems.
- Understand the differences between project management and client management.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Sarah Best, CEO + Chief Strategist of Sarah Best Strategy and her team, have won over a dozen awards for their work including best use of a social media platform from Travel + Leisure Magazine. A former 40 Under 40 for In Business Magazine, Sarah’s work has been featured in Mashable, TechCrunch, Crain’s Chicago Business, National Geographic Traveler, In Business Magazine, Chicago Tribune, and other publications. She was tapped to speak at Social Media Week for the MacArthur Foundation, has been selected twice for SXSW in 2014 and 2018. Sarah is an alumna of New York University, and holds a certificate in Entrepreneurship from Babson College / Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses. She is a board member of several nonprofits.
LOCATION: Virtual – LIVE on the Social Media Breakfast Facebook Page
Women’s Empowerment Series (WES) is a year-round program that supports women in crisis, major life transitions, or those seeking opportunities for personal growth. By developing self-sufficiency, an understanding of radical self-love, and connections to mentors and community resources, WES aims to ensure a sustainable and secure future for women and their families.
The organization is hosting its third annual completely virtual series, Empowerment Exchange, which hosts multiple speakers from around the country to bring valuable content on a wide range of personal development topics.
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