Kai Ming Consulting

 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SPEAKER WITH A DIFFERENT

PERSPECTIVE ON SOCIAL MEDIA?

Peter describes himself as social media sociologist.

Holding the hearts and minds of his audience, he sensitively weaves his international experiences of dealing with death, reputational disaster and social media misadventure online.

So much, so one client describes Peter, ‘…as the Red Adair of social media’ after the famous American oil well firefighter.

He believes online negativity should not be the norm, and social media can have a social benefit, pioneering new forms of social connectedness and community celebration.

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Themes

Peter's international experience enables him to explore a vast array of social media themes impacting on the individual and the organisation.

He is across themes such as social media risk, social media and community engagement, strategic social media communications, social media and learning, workplace culture and communication, digital citizenship, humanising social media, cyber bullying, content creation, social media integration, social media policy, procedure and crisis management as well as using social media for social benefit.

Peter is also regularly asked to deliver training and development programs in the above areas. He brings his extensive background in organisational change, technology, instructional design to the small workshops and large scale projects.

Most recent topics

How to deal with death, reputational disaster and social media misadventure online?

Social media ‘blurs’ our professional and personal lives creating complex problems for organisations to solve. The first step is to ‘unpack’ why the online gaffe happens, how organisations can limit their risk and position themselves to use social media to benefit their organisation.

Leaders using social media to influence workplace culture and engagement.

Social media is not just for the communications and marketing department of large organisations. Leaders underestimate the ability to re-purpose its use to engage employees without a boundary to celebrate, influence, educate and drive organisational change.

Connecting the socially disadvantaged for positive community engagement with social media.

Education and government organisations have a face-to-face community that is easily captured online. Overcome with the ‘fear’ of a social media crisis; they fail to use social media to positively engage communities of different cultures, language, geographical and social disadvantage creating identity and cohesion.

Positively dealing with the dark side of social media.

Porn, fake news, sexting, cyber-flashing, cyber-bullying, trolling and more are commonplace in the headlines. These negatively skew parent perceptions, ‘that social media can only be bad’! Parents can positively model and use social media with the knowledge to inform their choice and those of their children.

Putting the organisation’s heart and soul back into social media

Big budget social media campaigns are the realm of advertising agencies. However, many organisations have great stories with little budget. Social media enables these organisations to authentically represent themselves and effectively engage on a budget with a value first strategy.

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What people say

PETER'S FRESH, ENTERTAINING VIEWS STRENGTHEN THE PERCEPTIONS OF PARENTS, EDUCATORS, LEADERS, ATHLETES AND ORGANISATIONS THAT SOCIAL MEDIA CAN BE USED FOR SOCIAL GOOD.

Louise Roberts Executive Editor

Peter Sutton is an expert at cutting through the waffle and cliches surrounding the use of social media. He offers a straightforward, warm and anecdotal response and is a brilliant source in deciphering online trends and dangers for people.

Louise Roberts Executive Editor , The Daily Telegraph Newscorp
Candice Boggs Executive Officer

The 200 strong crowd thoroughly enjoyed it – very captivating speaker. As Head Coaches – Peter was spot on target. It made the athletes think about what they do.

Candice Boggs Executive Officer, NSW Western Region Academy of Sport
Cath Grimmett Mother of 2 teens

Pete you are an outstanding presenter. Thank you. Informative, engaging, thought provoking. You connect across the generations.

Cath Grimmett Mother of 2 teens, Her Family

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