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Having the ability to open up and see the value in diversification, innovation, and change will only make us more effective and efficient as individuals and organizations. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that individuals and decision-makers alike learn to plan, prepare, and proactively adapt to changing environments for the sake of tomorrow's leaders, employees, and students.
In today’s technology-driven world, organizational leaders are faced with the challenges and risks associated with an employee’s use of social media concerning the workplace. On average, individuals are spending more than two hours a day on social media platforms. Social media has become an outlet for many people to discuss personal opinions, emotions, and feelings freely. Furthermore, social networking sites have changed the landscape for how organizations and individuals communicate, assimilate, and connect with people from around the world. Organizational leaders may want to plan for the use of social media not only at work, but as a personal forum in which employees use networking sites to discuss the workplace. Leaders may want to limit the disclosure of proprietary information and potential harmful public complaints by employees. The purpose of this qualitative classical Delphi research study was to develop a consensus among a panel of up to 26 United States human resources experts on identifying desirable and feasible organizational guidelines for personal social media account posts concerning company information.