David Noer on Healing the Wounds of Layoffs

Published: Jan 24, 2019

More and more people believe that social networking on sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and now Twitter, make business sense. but how do you do it right without wasting tons of time and energy? Ann Evanston, MA is a social psychologist who not only believes in online social networking, she's lived by it and thrived by it. She is ranked #5 of top influencers in the SF bay area on Twitter and has over one million Google-able hits. Over the last year she has received a book deal, 6 speaking engagements, and over $30,000 in closed business through social networking. Ann is faculty for the American Management Association, the sponsors of Edgewise. For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars: * Leveraging Web 2.0 to Engage Customers and Build Your Brand * Building an Informal Network: How Work Really Gets Done To learn more, read these AMACOM Books: * Digital Engagement by Leland Harden, Bob Heyman * The Wisdom Network by Steve Benton, Melissa Giovagnoli * The Get-Started Guide to M-Commerce and Mobile Technology by Danielle ZillioxReports of the most recent layoffs are making the front pages of our newspapers with frightening regularity. And massive downsizing continues to reshape the face of American business. But what about those who remain behind? In his updated 2009 edition of Healing the Wounds, David M. Noer, an expert frequently quoted in major media such as The Wall Street Journal and Fortune on the topic of layoffs and layoff survivor sickness, addresses these problems. Drawing on case studies and original research, Healing the Wounds provides executives, human resource professionals, managers, and consultants with an original model and clear guidelines for revitalizing downsized organizations and the employees left behind.