Date & Time
24th June, 2021
07:00 PM – 08:30 PM
JCI Sheffield is pleased to offer this introductory session as part of our leadership learning program.
The TikTok social media app is commonly associated as being used by young people as an outlet to express themselves through singing, dancing, comedy, and lip-syncing, and allows users to create videos and share them across a community. Videos have a duration time from fifteen seconds to one minute.
As a leader, a key skill is being able to connect with people and to be accessible. In this session, Mark Smith will explore what to consider when thinking whether TikTok is the right platform for you to be on personally and/or professionally and top tips on how to use TikTok.
Mark joined TikTok early in 2020 near the start of the first lockdown and relished using the platform as a break from working at home. As well as finding it a welcome escape creating funny short videos, he loved being able to put a smile on the face of others by sharing his videos which made his social media followers beg for more! He started using TikTok whilst serving as the 2020 JCI International Vice President assigned to Europe and believes it helped to convey his approachability and showed the importance of keeping a sense of humour, especially in such challenging times.
HOW TO ACCESS THE WORKSHOPOnce registered you will need to log in to your eventbrite account to access the zoom link for this session.
COST* This workshop is available to JCI members as part of their membership.
* £15 Non member ticket
Mark Smith joined JCI Sheffield in 2012 and has served in a variety of JCI leadership roles including Local President, Regional Group Chair, National President and International Vice President for Europe. Mark was awarded the ‘most outstanding JCI member in the world’ accolade in 2014 and his JCI senatorship (life long membership) in 2017 in recognition of his outstanding service to the organisation. He runs his own training, coaching and consultancy business MAKE YOUR MARK UK helping businesses and charities as well as works as a fundraiser for local young people’s charity Sheffield Futures.