#OnAirWithLithium: Community Resolutions on January 27

Retired Community Manager

With every new year comes new projects, new challenges and new lessons. How do you plan ahead? What are some tips and tricks? Join a team of community managers on January 27th, 2016 from 11am-12pm PT as we discuss lessons learned from 2015, and look ahead to 2016!



How It Works

On January 27th, from 11am-12pm PT, you can watch the Hangout below. Until then, feel free to post your questions in the comments!


You can also download a calendar reminder for the Hangout.



@JennC (Community Manager, Lithium Technologies)

@AndyK (Moderation Services Team Lead, Lithium Technologies)



@JoeC (Chief Community Officer, Lithium Technologies)

@AllisonLeahy (Sr. Community Manager, Fitbit)

@debbie (Community Manager, HP)

@lilim (Community Manager, National Instruments)


Discussion Questions

  • Looking back at 2015, what’s one of your proudest achievements?
  • What’s one challenge you faced and tackled in 2015?
  • What are your top 3 tips for planning for the year?
  • Looking ahead at 2016, what are you looking forward to?


Have questions for the team? Ask us anything by posting a comment below, or tweet @LithiumTech during the event using #OnAirWithLithium.


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Lithium Alumni (Retired)



So I have questions 🙂


For the community managers

  • Have you noticed any change in behaviours within your community during this last year? 
  • What are you good resolutions as a community manager for 2016? Measure more, grow your team?
  • Everyone is talking about responsive! Have you gone responsive (if so, how did it go?), if not: are you?


And for the Lithium team:

  • Have you seen a change in behaviours within our customer's community strategies during the past year? 
  • And if you had a tip for the community professionals out there, what should they look out for in 2016



Retired Community Manager

Thanks for your questions, @CharlotteK! We'll do our best to answer these during the Hangout.

Honored Contributor

These type of events should include a ICS attachment so it can added to a calendar easy 🙂 

Retired Community Manager

Great idea, @tyw and kudos to you! I've added the .ics attachment above, and you can also access it here.