Over the years, Juliette Powell has spoken to corporate clients about the convergence of media, new media and social media and how it applies to their bottom line.What I Do
Juliette has tailored her consulting work and thought-provoking keynotes to reflect current issues, while empowering listeners with new collaborative tools, frameworks and solutions.Learn More
33 Million People in the Room delivers a practical guide to social networking that empowers readers to build social and cultural capital in view of increasing financial capital.Learn More
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Through her rapid assimilation of our culture and deep commitment to developing social networks in all forms, Juliette was able to meet our team at their point of need and really speak with us in terms that we could understand. Juliette’s no-nonsense, common-sense, thoughtful and intelligent approach to the problem space was evident from the outset. With her dedication to understanding how each of the members of our team approached communication. She was able to bring the group together and promote synergies. RIM put the learning into immediate use and a post-session survey found a 20% improvement on productivity through reduced communication gaps and a 10% improvement on perceived quality score when measured by customers. Both of these metrics demonstrate the value to the business that working with Juliette can produce. I would gladly engage her again.
Juliette Powell’s book is a brilliant introduction to an emerging global force that’s changing our world. It provides a way forward to anyone transitioning from observer to participant.
Juliette is a consummate professional; from her ability to quickly customize her presentation to help us return our agenda back to schedule despite other event over-runs, to her willingness to take part in an after-event interview. Her presentation on ‘The Future of Gaming’ was ranked by 1900 representatives of Industry, Government and Academia among the top 5 of our event.
The network value of reading this book will be to increase your net value multifold, while thoroughly entertaining you with inside stories about the first social networking application, the uber-hip TED conference, and how an outspoken wine expert from New Jersey became an online micro-celebrity. ‘33 Million People in the Room’ is a thoughtful, analytical and practical how-to for anyone looking to learn about social networking, from a budding blogger to a Fortune 500 CEO. I recommend reading this book or watching your back as others use social networks to gather knowledge and connections critical to success in the digital era.
If you are in business or starting one, and wonder what the heck all this talk about social networking is about, this book is the best quick guide I’ve seen. It’s full of juicy stories, backed up by sound social science, lucidly explained