BEALEADER Is Changing The Game…

Archive Post: This post was the beginning of the BEALEADER transformation to a full time multi-author site and the announcement of our community.

#bealeader is Changing The Game….

We have an exciting month coming up this February for #bealeader.

We have a very special guest for February 7thBruce Sallan. Bruce will be in our #bealeader tweetchat spotlight for a conversation in his experience in leadership and social media and a few others topics that I feel you will enjoy. If you are interested in being a special guest for #bealeader – see our guest host page for more information.

Secondly, I’m so excited to announce that CASUDI (Caroline Di Diego) has agreed to be our #bealeader resident guest writer for our #bealeader blog. CASUDI will be sharing interviews, leadership topics and more to our #bealeader audience. CASUDI is a multi-faceted entrepreneur who brings to the table her experience in team building, start up organization as well as creativity that is a unique perspective I think you will enjoy.

Also in February, #bealeader is continuing its Real Leaders, Real Issues guest post series and for the first time we have created a theme for the month of February “What Does It Mean To You To #bealeader?” and I’m so excited by the lineup of guest writers we have on tap: Blair Glaser, Kate Nasser, Scott Mabry, Chery Gegelman and Martina McGowan to name a few.  If you wish to submit a guest post, check out our #bealeader Guest Writer page to learn how to submit your post.  We will have a new theme for each month as well as you can write on subjects pertaining to leadership and your own experience as well.

#bealeader is a growing community and our outreach via social media is changing the game in leadership and creating space for new leaders to grow.  I’m very proud of each of our #bealeader community members and excited for what the future holds for #bealeader.

Be sure to check out #bealeader Community page to find out how you can join in the conversation and connect with our amazing community.

Jennifer Olney
Over the course of my career, I have been sought after by numerous organizations to bring my talents in the arenas of sales, marketing and business development. As the Founder and Director of Business BEALEADER, I bring my experience to the table to expand the knowledge base for those seeking to find their own leader within. In 2011, I created BEALEADER to be a platform for individuals to share their expertise and leadership to make others better by being a resource of business, career and marketing solutions for those who are just starting out or maybe have a “few” years under their belt and need keep their skills fresh. In addition to the BEALEADER platform, I have developed the business units BEALEADER Business Services, which provides marketing, business development and human resource management services and BEALEADER Executive Coaching Services, which provides one on one and group coaching services to executives and individuals. These business units expand our ability and brand to make others better as we reach out to our audience with these unique product offerings. In 2014, I was named to the Inc.com list of Top 101 Leadership Speakers and I have written for several publications such as Yahoo! Small Business, Business 2 Community and others. I have also co-hosted several podcasts and in 2015 will be hosting the BEALEADER podcast for our audience as well.
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  • January 30, 2013

    Ralph Dopping (@rdopping)

    Hi Jen,
    Thanks for having me part of your #bealeader tribe (Triberr). It seems like a good group.

    Hey, I find these tweetchats interesting. I scanned through a few to see what it’s all about. I am interested in finding out what your thoughts are on the content and what value the participants get. Is is more about social?

    I ask because Gini Dietrich does something similar but with Livefyre (comment system) as a live chat where people can comment in a little more depth if they want. She sets a time and hosts it on her blog. Very cool way to do a similar thing plus it drives traffic to you site as well. You could share hosting too to share the traffic.

    Anyway, love what’s going on here. i hope I can contribute more.

  • January 30, 2013

    dadofdivas (@dadofdivas)

    Excited to see what this year brings for you. I am looking forward to seeing Bruce here as I know his work and he is great!

  • January 30, 2013

    Jennifer Olney

    Hey there, Ralph! The content and value of the tweetchat depends, IMO, on the host. If you have a great host with solid questions and can facilitate a good conversation – just not back and forth question and answer, you can gain contacts as well as knowledge sharing in Tweetchats. There is a social aspect as well – which is the networking. I find that when we discuss on G+ or even in the blogs that expands the conversation where the limitations of Twitter get in the way – you cannot control the hashtags on Twitter and when you trend, you get interruptions in the conversation whereas a closed environment is good as well. My hope is that the comments on the blog drive conversation in addition to the chat as well. I also have folks who will answer the questions in our #bealeader G+ community – it has even spawn blog posts by community members who feel they want to expand on the subject even further.

    Appreciate your contributions and drop in anytime to comment. Cheers.

  • January 30, 2013

    Jennifer Olney

    Thanks! Yes, you have check out Bruce next week on #bealeader – really excited about the chat we are setting up. It should be a great conversation as always with Bruce. Thank you so much

  • January 30, 2013

    Michelle Mazur, Ph.D.

    Congrats Jennifer on the growth of your community. I will have to stop by #bealeader chat at some point.

  • January 30, 2013

    Jennifer Olney

    Thanks, Michelle. I’m very grateful to the members of the #bealeader – a great group of leaders in their own rights. Would love to have you join in for our chats. Thanks.

  • January 30, 2013

    susanmazza

    It’s been wonderful to see this community grow and evolve. Congratulations on bringing forth so many great change with an inspiring and talented group of people.

  • January 30, 2013

    Jennifer Olney

    Thanks, Susan. I’m so proud of #bealeader and the future is getting brighter. Thank you so much!

  • Congratulations, Jennifer…sounds like a great lineup! Looking forward to being part of it!

  • February 2, 2013

    Jennifer Olney

    Thanks, Patrick!