Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Social Media Thought Leader?

Thought Leadership 2.0 by Marla Tabaka, writing in Inc. magazine:

Medical societies of all size -- and our members -- have many of the credentials to be thought leaders on medical and health care issues: we're respected and (generally) know what we're talking about. I've long advocated that social media provides some great platforms for us to become thought leaders. Here's a great article from Inc. magazine on how to do it.
A thought-leader is someone who is willing to step into the spotlight and voice their points of view, innovative ideas, and potentially controversial opinions. He drives conversation and pepeprs the Internet and other outlets with his insights, ideas, and expertise. She inspires others to follow their dreams and teaches them to think big, solve problems, and face their fears.
Here's a the presentation I made in October to the scholars in the TMA Leadership College on social media and thought leadership.

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