Truth and Authenticity in the Digital Age
That's the title of the session that Maddie Grant and I will be delivering at the upcoming ASAE & The Center Great Ideas Conference, at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. I am a big fan of the Great Ideas Conference, as evidenced by the fact that I have been to every single one of them, since their inception back in the GWSAE days. It has morphed over the years, but I still hold it in my mind as a place where I (as a speaker) can push the envelope a bit and challenge people a little more.
Hence this topic. It's deep and broad at the same time, touching on individual identity online, but also talking about organizational culture and transparency. Maddie and I will be outlining how the social internet is changing the way we operate in organizations, from the blurred line between personal and professional, to a more decentralized understanding of how "brand" works.
I'll post a recap after the session on Monday, because I'm sure the participants are going to add as much to the conversation as Maddie and I do, and if you can't be at the conference, be sure to follow the Twitter stream at #ideas10.