#HDIchat Recap: Getting the Most Out of a Conference
May 5, 2017
The Twitterati shared some great advice in this chat for conference goers everywhere:
- When you pack, make sure you have comfortable shoes and a sweater or jacket
- Don’t be afraid to approach people—speakers or anyone—they are open
- “Talk to people, not your phone” (@ClaireAgutter)
- Live tweeting is a great way to make notes for yourself
- Pen and paper are still popular and useful for note-taking
- Take photos
- Don’t be a wallflower
- When you return to work, try to keep your enthusiasm in context
- Share what you’ve learned
And, speaking of sharing, here are all the tweets from the chat for you. Happy conferencing!
Join us again this Friday for our next #HDIchat!
Roy Atkinson is HDI's senior writer/analyst, acting as in-house subject matter expert and chief writer for SupportWorld articles and white papers. In addition to being a member of the HDI International Certification Standards Committee and the HDI Desktop Support Advisory Board, Roy is a popular speaker at HDI conferences and is well known to HDI local chapter audiences. His background is in both service desk and desktop support as well as small-business consulting. Roy is highly rated on social media, especially on the topics of IT service management and customer service. He is a cohost of the very popular #custserv (customer service) chat on Twitter, which celebrated its fifth anniversary on December 9, 2014. He holds a master’s certificate in advanced management strategy from Tulane University’s Freeman School of Business, and he is a certified HDI Support Center Manager. Follow him on Twitter @HDI_Analyst and @RoyAtkinson.
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