Category: passionate staffers

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Tish Grier on the seven core traits of a great community manager

agile creativity, amatore, anthropology, brainstorm, brand insights, brand ownership, brand relevance, community, consumer questions, contributing, conversations, core77, culture, customer communities, Design Goodness, design thinking, engagement, environmental issues, fresh ideas, green branding, human interactions, hybrid thinking, ideas, ideation, imagineering, inner amateur, passion, passionate staffers, people power, product design, product development, smart business, social media, social network, society, solutions, sustainability

How “green” designers are leveraging the innovative power of engaged communities

advice, anthropology, being the best, brand ambassadors, brand consciousness, brand culture, brand insights, brand ownership, brand you, civilized behavior, collaboration, community, competition, conference, corporate culture, corporate ecosystem, culture, customer communities, customer experience, customer relationship, customer service, differentiation, employee morale, engagement, evolution, excellence, good advice, happy customers, happy employees, human interactions, infection, insight, integrity, intelligence, kicking ass, leadership, lessons, management lessons, mentality, microsoft, motivation, passionate staffers, perfectionism, perspective, professionalism, psychology, purchasing triggers, relationships, science, smart business, strategy, team building, user experience, working with others

Why positive people create positive brand experiences… and negative people don’t.