We’re trying something new for our Member Meeting in Chicago coming up May 3-4. We’re giving members two options for the unconference morning theme:

Option 1: Managing a listening program
An effective listening program is complex. From tools, teams, and techniques — there’s a lot to manage. Bring your struggles, your plans, and your wins for continued improvement of your listening program to share with members who are in the same boat. We’ll collaborate on ideas that will help elevate your program even further.

Option 2: Employee advocacy: Taking it to the next level
If you’re thinking about taking your employee advocacy program to the next level, you’re not alone. It’s a top priority for a lot of your fellow members. Together, we’ll share how we’ve designed our programs, how we’re managing them, the challenges we’re facing, and how we’re working to find solutions.

Register and choose your unconference theme here (And if you can’t decide, that might be a good reason to bring a colleague!): http://socialmedia.org/meetings/mm39/

Here’s a list of the 52 brands registered for the Member Meeting so far: AbbVie, American Family Insurance, Asurion, Bank of the West, Boeing, Bosch, Celgene, ComEd, ConAgra Foods, Crate and Barrel, Delaware North, DeVry University, Discover Financial Services, Dunkin’ Brands, Farmers Insurance, General Growth Properties, General Mills, Growmark, H&R Block, Hard Rock International, HERE, The Hershey Company, Hilton Worldwide, Johnson & Johnson, Johnsonville Sausage, Kiewit, Kindred Healthcare, Magna International, McDonald’s, Monsanto, Motorola, Nissan North America, Northern Trust, Northrop Grumman, Oxford Industries, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Premier Farnell, Rackspace Hosting, Red Lobster, Roche, Rust-Oleum, Serta Simmons Bedding, Spectrum Health System, State Farm, T. Rowe Price, TransUnion, United, UPS, Valspar, WD, Wells Fargo, and Zurich North America.

See you there!


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