Aired February 24th on Everyday Happiness: The Pajama Podcasts with Vicki McLeod
In this episode, host Vicki McLeod begins a series on communicating online and off. Based on her experience in digital and social media marketing, she explores what is real, and asks how we can convey and reveal our true selves and create meaningful relationships in the online environment. Taking a personal development perspective, she examines personal integrity, gossip and Facebook envy and offers insights from social media marketing colleague and blogger Rebecca Coleman.
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Maple Ridge business coach and community volunteer lauded by chamber
Vicki McLeod of Main Street Communications was crowned the 2014 chamber of commerce business leader of the year at the annual awards celebration Saturday night.
Vicki McLeod has worked with, and for, various levels of government, many of the community’s non-profit organizations, and countless small businesses in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows during the past several decades.
And in the last 20 years, she has shared her range of talents as a business coach, marketing expert, social media guru, and community cheerleader from the helm of a business she and her husband, Ian, share – Main Street Communications.
It was all those years of dedication to this community and all that she has given on a personal and corporate basis that earned McLeod a special distinction Saturday night.
McLeod was crowned business leader of the year by the Chamber of Commerce Serving Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.
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One thought on “15/08 Virtually Real: Engaging Authentically, Online and Off”
really enjoyed listening to this one (while painting!) – the insight into those who think everyone has a better life
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