Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

TalentCulture | April 18, 2015

Scroll to top


About Megan Burkett, TalentCulture Contributor

Megan Burkett

Megan Burkett

Megan Burkett, an entrepreneurial problem solver who is launching her career as a community manager, social learning strategist, or a communication coordinator. Growing up on a farm and studying interpersonal and organizational communication taught her the power of community and building relationships.

Her collaborative approach to learning led her to in five diverse internships and numerous independent studies. Megan was recruited by TalentCulture founder, Meghan M. Biro, to serve as editorial calendar project manager, a co-recruiter for #TChat Radio, and communication coordinator for community ambassadors. Megan’s mentors describe her as “wise beyond her years” and always up for a challenge. She’s a conversationalist who will chat with you about physics, sprint triathlons, peanut butter addiction, or finding the ‘real’ in social media relations. Go ahead – introduce yourself!

Visit Megan Burkett's web site →

Posts By Megan Burkett

Face-to-Face with Brand Humanization: #TChat Recap

February 17, 2013 |

Social media makes it possible for businesses to interact with employees, customers and others in ways that are far more immediate, direct and personal. But blending high tech and high touch requires work…Read More

The Creative Power of Diverse Ideas: #TChat Recap

January 30, 2013 | 1

Innovation isn’t magic. It’s the result of a culture designed to encourage fearless pursuit of fresh ideas – and the willingness to embrace failure as part of the process. It comes from conscious effort to gather input from a diverse and dedicated workforce…Read More

The Social Side of Professional Endorsements: #TChat Recap

January 23, 2013 | 2

What’s the real value of a professional endorsement – for individuals and prospective employers? As career networking sites like LinkedIn make it easier to “endorse” others, are commendations losing their meaning? The TalentCulture community speaks up…Read More

Getting Workplace Recognition Right: #TChat Recap

January 17, 2013 | 1

Feedback is essential for professional assessment, coaching and development. But what forms of recognition matter most – and how can leaders make recognition a more effective tool to improve performance?Read More