We all spend more time than ever glued to our computer screens and mobile devices – not just for work or entertainment, but now during COVID as a means of social outreach to our friends, family and work colleagues.
When COVID hit, these tools became a lifeline for remote working and remote learning – and as well a mainstay for communicating with people and building meaningful relationships and connections.
So how do you know what virtual and social media platforms work for you?
Meet Alyson Hodson, President & CEO of Zag Creatives, who in this Episode, shares her personal insights on how you can make virtual and social platform work best for you!
To catch the full discussion on Building Meaningful Value in a Virtual World, see the Video on Demand and in Podcast format on FutureCite GENXYZ THRIVES Speaker Series Panel Session 3, https://futurecite.com/building-meaningful-value-in-a-virtual-of-remote-of-everything-world/
In the FutureCite Speaker Series Panel Session 3, we explore the ways for Jobseekers, Career Navigators, Employers and Educators to make the most of the tools that they select to create and broaden your networks! Moderating this panel is Asifa Samji SVP and Chief HR Officer of Stantec. Joining Asifa as panelists are panelists Heidi Brandley, Director of Workforce Development, Manpower, Alyson Hodson, CEO of Zag Creative, and Jill Sundquist, Student, Uof A (Commerce).
About Alyson Hodson
Alyson Hodson is the President & CEO of Zag, an advertising and strategic marketing and media solutions for small, mid and large businesses including not-for-profit organizations. “Alyson is the president of the Make-A-Wish® Northern Alberta board and sits on its National Governance Committee. She is the past chair of the Downtown Business Association and a past director of the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce. This is also the year Zag was named as one of Business in Edmonton’s Leaders” (source Edmonton Business.com).
About GENXYZ THRIVES!
This 2020 virtual conference was made possible by presenting partners FutureCite Inc, Canada / Alberta Partnership Grant Fund, and our in-kind partners, the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce, MacEwan University and NAIT. Participating organizations included Deloitte Canada, Transpod, Stantec, E&Y, RBC, Global Public Affairs, Edmonton Global, Jobber, Chandos Construction, Improbable, University of Alberta, Manpower, Fairmont Hotel MacDonald, and ZAG Creatives.