Sharing Illustrations from the 2nd Edition of the Social Leadership Handbook

Continuing a theme: i’m drawing new illustrations for the 2nd Edition of the Social Leadership Handbook, against a deadline, so i’m #WorkingOutLoud and sharing these as i go. Forgive me if some of the following are a little out of context, i hope they make sense when embedded in the book! First up, nine illustrations, one for each of the nine Components of Social Leadership. The first is ‘Curation‘, which is where we choose our stance, claim our space, decide where our personal authority will be anchored:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Curation

Next up, ‘Storytelling‘, again, we look at three aspects of this Component in more details:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Storytelling

Whilst we are at it, let me share this new illustration from within the ‘Storytelling‘ chapter:

Storytelling

After ‘Storytellng‘, we go into a chapter looking at three aspects of ‘Sharing‘:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Sharing

From ‘Sharing‘, we move onto the second Dimension, which is all about Engagement. The first component of that is ‘Community‘:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Community

Within that chapter we look at the role you take within your communities, where they are located, and how Social Leaders may need to nurture and grow new communities too. From there, we move into ‘Reputation‘, which is what we build within these communities, if we earn it:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Reputation

Our reputation is the source of our ‘Authority‘, and we explore three aspects of that authority in this illustration:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Authority

This brings us to the final Dimension: Technology. This is not about gadgets and widgets, but rather about what technology enables. Collaboration, co-creation. First we look at ‘Co-Creation‘ itself:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Co-Creation

Then into ‘Social Capital‘, which is a key section that i’ve excpanded significantly for this edition:

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Social Capital

Then onto the final Component: ‘Collaboration‘, which is what we do effectively, within our communities, when we have high Social Authority.

The NET Model of Social Leadership 2nd Edition - Collaboration

There you have it, rather disjointed in this context, but the next batch of illustrations for the 2nd Edition. On which note, the manuscript has just landed in my inbox, back from the proofers, so i’d better pick it up and get it ready to go for layout…

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11 Responses to Sharing Illustrations from the 2nd Edition of the Social Leadership Handbook

  1. sarah sniderman says:

    Great illustrations Julian! I had a couple very nitpicking questions, which may just reflect a lack of familiarity with the content.
    When you describe Curation in the text, you note the first step is to take a stance but in the visuals that’s an aspect of Storytelling instead.
    Also Narrative appears as an aspect of Storytelling, which is already a component of Narrative at a higher level (in the more detailed illustration of Storytelling, Narrative doesn’t appear).
    And the components of the (non-technological) Technology dimension are brilliant ☺

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