If you want the answer to a question about NACE or would like to make a suggestion for a new program or benefit, who should you talk to? Well, the easiest thing to do is buttonhole Dan Black, NACE President, 2013-14.
On Friday, December 6, Black, the eponymous spokesman of @NACEBlackFriday, will answer questions and take suggestions in a Twitter chat. Anyone who wants to pose a tweet should use the hashtag #NACE BlackFriday to get his attention.
Ask him about the new membership model. Get his thoughts on the direction NACE is going. Make suggestions for new programs.
Here’s how to participate:
Log into your Twitter account. If you don’t have a Twitter account, go to twitter.com and register—it’s free.
Open a window for your tweet by clicking in the box with the quill pen at the upper right corner of your screen. Using 140 characters or less, ask your question or post a comment. Be sure to include #NACEBlackFriday in your tweet.
Here’s an example:
My #NACEBlackFriday question is: How can I get on a NACE committee?
Click on the little “Tweet” button in the bottom right corner of the tweet box.
If you want to follow the full conversation, search for #NACEBlackFriday. You’ll see the questions asked, the answers, and comments from your colleagues.