Lessons from The NEW Community Manager Handbook is a limited-run podcast series, featuring the 21 community leaders showcased in the Handbook in conversation with Anne Mbugua.
Episode Three features Neil Morgan, Head of Digital Workplace at Glencore, on defining the digital workplace. He and Anne discuss how to effectively define the digital workplace at your organization, barriers to non-desk employee engagement, the importance of mobile capabilities, and more.
If you haven’t downloaded your free copy of The NEW Community Manager Handbook you can get it here.
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About Neil Morgan
Neil Morgan is a strategic thinker with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to engage with stakeholders throughout all levels of an organization to better understand the needs of the business. Neil has over 15 years of experience solving business challenges with digital solutions and working with several different platforms while working closely with Communications, Marketing and IT teams around the world.
Glencore is one of the world’s largest globally diversified natural resource companies. Through the scale and diversity of their industrial and marketing businesses, they responsibly supply the commodities that are fundamental to the building blocks of life. Glencore is committed to responsibly sourcing the commodities that advance everyday life
About The NEW Community Manager Handbook
The NEW Community Manager Handbook features 21 profiles of community leaders sharing advice and ideas on everything from accessibility, hiring, strategy, gamification, defining the digital workplace, technology, and more. Each profile is paired with research from the State of Community Management reports and includes tactical advice for implementing what you’ve learned.
Learn more community management experts at Easterseals, Glencore, Microsoft, UKG, the World Bank Group, Analog Devices, Inc., AAMC, Zapier, Doctors Without Borders, and more.
You can find more resources for defining the digital workplace and effective employee communities here.