Investors are influenced by research they find on social media and its importance will grow as younger players inherit, work and look for opportunities to invest. According to Cogent Research of the 90% of high net worth people who use social media, 73% spend it on LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter making up the rest. […]
About Dionne Lew
Dionne Lew is the CEO of The Social Executive® a consultancy advising boards and executives on social media for business. Dionne is a professional speaker and author rated by Kred in the top 1% for global community influence. She is a graduate and member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Dionne is the author of The Social Executive – how to master social media and why it’s good for business (Wiley), A Manifesto – why social media is vital for leaders and the eBook Relevance! how to thrive in the social era.
Dionne contributes to Forbes, Salesforce, Leading Company, Smart Company, Women’s Agenda, Uncluttered White Spaces and Company Director.
She is a highly regarded, inspirational professional speaker, active on the speaking circuit since 2009 as a conference chair, keynote speaker, panelist and contributor to thought leadership roundtables.
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It’s absurd to me that someone would vote a certain way because their parents did; but no less that they would only vote contrary to them (extrapolate broadly). When the impetus for decision-making is based on pushing against something for the sake of it, conformity and rebellion look remarkably alike. This pattern works its way out […]
Chief executives may not want to be on social media but their people, customers and shareholders sure wish they were there.
The 3 C-Suites Least Likely to Be Social Who Could Be Key to Unlocking Its Benefits Leadership #leadership2015 What makes a great leader? That depends. Different times or situations demand different skills and styles. So what does leadership look like in a world with 3 billion people online, where 2 billion use social media and […]
I smiled when I received the Twitter link How technology is increasingly isolating us from each other and stifling creativity to @TimothyAskew’s article on tech zombification because it brought a number of people together who subsequently sparked off his idea, in part contradicting it. Let me explain. A week after this Twitter exchange I furthered the conversation with one […]
Social media is integral to business success but competing priorities and a lack of understanding about how it fits into strategy mean it’s often not on the agenda. Because of the way that social media plays out when things go wrong, in particular through traditional media, business owners are disproportionately aware of its risks. On […]