You are working on something special...perhaps elevating yourself, exploring a new adventure or expanding an established venture. It's an exciting time -- and the right time to reflect, think and strategise around how you will action your values and mission across social media to achieve your goals.
Following on the Social Media Workshop, held in London on 2 Nov., this online course is a deep-dive that goes beyond the theory and gets you doing. Similar to the DrivenWoman monthly meetings, where you are surrounded by like minds who provide support and caringly hold you accountable for your own progress, this coached class ensures you are actively staying your course.
Social Media Boot Camp – online course
Make social media fuel your progress in five productive weeks
Boost your visibility. Join the conversation. Win.
Meet your coach, Liza
DrivenWoman member and Edinburgh group leader Liza Horan is a digital strategy consultant who holds a master’s degree in strategic communications from Columbia University in the City of New York. Alumni of her Social Media Boot Camp range from C-level business leaders across media, publishing and law, to creatives like film directors and authors, and job-seekers. Liza’s career switched from print journalism to digital strategy in 1995, when she launched TENNIS.com for The New York Times Co. Her employers and clients range from independent start-ups to public companies like ESPN, Informa, Incisive Media, and Newsquest Specialist Media, among others.
“Liza is a breath of fresh air! Through her journalistic background, she’s a quick study on lots of relevant content possibilities. Through her techn understanding, she knows the limits and the limit-less options for engaging and distributing content. And through her strategy work, she can clearly set goals and guide plans. Great fun and great results.”
Barbara J. CoopermanChief Marketing Officer at risk management solutions provider Kroll
"Liza has a clear, calm and authoritative way of demystifying social media. She helped me to quickly deepen my understanding of how Twitter and LinkedIn work. As a result, I am much more comfortable using social media as a tool for professional engagement. Thank you, Liza!"