Conflict on Social Media - and Essential Etiquette for the Digital Workplace

I am excited to partner with UW-Parkside Continuing Education on two opportunities this fall. They are subjects that are close to my heart, and ones I love teaching about.

The first:  I am teaching an online course from October 1st to Nov 2nd as part of Continuing Ed's Expert Business Communication Certificate: Essential Etiquette for the Digital Workplace.

It explores the buzz around the advantages and disadvantages of workplace technology and how to use essential tools such as email etiquette, digital presentations, social media, and understanding generational differences.

You can read more details and sign up here: Essential Etiquette for the Digital Workplace.

The second: On November 1, please join me for a free community event on the UW Parkside campus:

Conflict on Social Media: Dealing with Like Minds and Divergent Opinions at UW-Parkside.

I will be presenting a talk on productive virtual conversations and what we can do to avoid combative online interactions while navigating the complex world of social media communication. 

You can read more details and register for that talk here: 

Conflict on Social Media: Dealing with Like Minds and Divergent Opinions at UW-Parkside.

This subject in particular is one I am extremely passionate about, and I am truly looking forward to speaking about it. It is probably my favorite of my seminars!  

I honestly wanted to call the seminar A Holes on the Internet: You know them, love them, and this is how you deal with them... hahaa!