Cliftons and FITT invite you to attend an exciting lunch event:
Developing Leadership Through Social Media

12th of June, $35 gets you Laurel Papworth, lunch and networking opportunities. Cheap at 1/2 the price. heh.

FITT Luncheon June Sydney

FITT Luncheon June Sydney

We had to defer my May presentation to FITT due to my involvement with CeBIT, Affilisyd and Jobcamp that week, but it’s baaack!

Cliftons and FITT invite you to attend an exciting lunch event:
Developing Leadership Through Social Media

Have you ever Googled yourself? Are you conveying the right message? Learn how to:

· Promote yourself through social media tools

· Managing your reputation online

· Debunking the myths about social media tools

Presenter Laurel Papworth is a senior consultant, strategist, writer and workshop facilitator on online communities and social networks in Australia, Asia and Middle East.

Laurel taught the first Australian public social media courses in 2005 at University of Sydney and in addition, develops and teaches Insights Masterclasses for LAMP at Australian Film Television and Radio School on innovation and cross media. When not consulting with companies building online community strategies, Laurel is a global Power150 Media and Marketing blogger (Advertising Age) placing her as #5 blogger in Australia.

Date & Time: Friday, 12th June 2009 12:00 – 2:00pm.
Location: Cliftons Sydney Training Facility – 190 George Street, Sydney (Circular Quay end, close to Wynyard Station).
Cost: $35 inc. GST (Includes networking lunch and drinks).
RSVP: Register by Friday, 5th June 2009 by completing the event registration form and emailing it to Cliftons or faxing to 9250 0995. For more information and also to register over the phone, call 02 9250 0911. PLACES LIMITED !

What was cool was they put some of my online identities in the promo material

LAUREL’S IDENTITIES:

LinkedIn Twitter Facebook MySpace Flickr YouTube MyBlogLog

Not sure if my drag-copy works, ah well.

After I finish at 2pm I have to run off – I’m catching a plane to the UK later that night, to present at a couple of conferences in Portugal, Algarve. Tough life, eh?