SPSM does new school “listening session” using old school twitter-only chat, 10/15/17, 9pCT.
In the last year, you may have noticed “listening sessions” popping up in the social services spaces (and elsewhere). Like this.
In fact, this is a trend we’ve seen spreading across professions and stakeholder community. You’ll even see “how to” guides on-line. Or guides like this. But many times listening sessions are conducted (as in the case of these links) in a physical location.
People who come together in the suicide prevention space are spread across the country, and it only makes sense for us to use social media to do some LISTENING within the #SPSM community. In fact, it solves many problems related to “location” and “recording” as well as “summarizing” a chat. Come see how.
So, join us on Sunday, where we will be LISTENING to you:
- Who are the TOP 3 stakeholders in the suicide prevention space (however you see that) who are NOT being served well by national organizations or community programs?
- What are the barriers to serving them that tech, innovation, and social media could help overcome?
- What assets in our #SPSM community do you think are most valuable in the suicide prevention space?
- What assets in our #SPSM community have been under utilized that could make a difference if we were more strategic?
- Taking action: What could be done immediately to better use our #SPSM community assets in the service of suicide prevention? Who should do that? What support do they need?