Executives on Peerbie – Do’s & Don’ts
The “How” – Content of your Engagement
Start with simple interactions; scrolling through News feed to feel the pulse of the company, reacting and commenting to
Create or join a closed or secret Team to engage with other executives in your organization
Make one-off posts to celebrate accomplishments and announce changes in the company
Move WhatsApp conversations to Peerbie
Create 1:1 secret Teams with your direct reports to replace 1:1 WhatsApp messages
Host important Live sessions in the All Company Team, eliciting feedback and questions through polls and posts
Open your calendar to others for a more transparent organization
Make a post to share your thought leadership: from your weekly objectives to other tops of mind priorities to industry articles.
Pro Tip: Bring your message to life by varying formats between status updates, links, photos, videos, Live videos, and more.
Spend 10 minutes looking at the content shared by your teams. React or comment to encourage ideas and behaviors.
Pro Tip: Ask your PA or trusted advisors to curate relevant posts for you to interact within a secret Team.
Celebrate someone on your team or an achievement (customer feedback, end of the quarter, etc.).
Pro Tip: Launch celebration themes aligned to important milestones e.g. company anniversary, appreciation week, etc.
The “What?” – Top Executives Behaviors on Peerbie.
Here are our top five tips on how to be an impactful leader on Peerbie. This training is designed for world leaders to build their social media persona and best engage with their following.
1. Be yourself
Always use the first person and speak in your own distinct voice. Share what makes you unique: your passions, interests, insights, and career path.
2. Be strategic
Starting with your business or communication objectives, develop a content strategy, team workflow, and specific goals you can measure or evaluate.
3. Be relevant
Share the news with a concise update revealing why it matters to you and your audience. Consider opportunities to break news and share insights with your employees first.
4. Be consistent
Begin with a rhythm that works for you and engage more as you become comfortable.
5. Be engaged
Show your audience you’re listening and value them. Ask questions and solicit their input.
If you noticed there are no “Don’ts”, you caught us – in short, most impactful leaders are authentic and active on Peerbie.
But here’s a “Don’t” for you: Don’t hesitate to share something personal or close to your values and beliefs. It will reflect your authentic voice, a key reason for employees to follow you on Peerbie.