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Streamed live on Mar 25, 2016
In a recent CMX thread (https://www.facebook.com/groups/cmxhu...), +Katherine Mancuso brought up the open source community's outrage over O'Reilly's Community Managers Josh Simmons and Jason Yee being laid off in the middle of O'Reilly's annual conference. This event brings up significant questions for community professionals, like how we best support other community professionals who lose their jobs suddenly due to no fault of their own, best practices for letting go a community team member and what you can do proactively to be ready if you find yourself in Josh and Jason's shoes. Thanks to Stuart Bankey for suggesting today's topic based on Katherine's CMX conversation.
Join us for this week’s #CMGRHangout panel on Friday, March 25th at 2pm ET/11am PT to discuss what we can do to better protect our careers as community professionals and support others in our industry.
+Jonathan Brewer and +Sherrie Rohde will be hosting the hangout with +Stuart B and +Josh Simmons on panel. +Christin Kardos and +Carrie Keenan will be moderating the Twitter chat using #CMGRHangout .
1. What are some tips for networking and advocating for your work internally? 2. How can you make sure you're developing skills that are critical to the organization? 3. Why is it important to stay connected with other community professionals? 4. What are some tips for networking externally with other community professionals? 5. Where can you turn for support if you are let go from your role? 6. What resources exist for those looking for a new community role? 7. How can we help support community professionals in their job search? 8. If a company needs to let go of a community professional, how should it be handled?
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Chat: You can watch here and/or follow the conversation on Twitter using #CMGRHangout .
If you join us on the hangout, a wired internet connection is preferred and if you have a headset with mic or earbuds, that works best for the audio. You will also need a working webcam.