Social Leadership: 80% A #WorkingOutLoud Post

As promised, i am on track to complete the first draft of the new Social Leadership book this week: it’s called ‘Social Leadership – my first 100 days‘, and is (believe it or not) 100 practical questions and activities in service of developing Social Leadership. Pretty much what it says on the tin. Today i hit the 80th day, and as such am just sharing an extract. This piece, exploring part of ‘Co-Creation’, and addressing ‘The Voiceless’.

Social Leadership 100 days

Each day has a few lines to explain context, then a question or activity.

“Day 79: the voiceless

List five ways that people can be left without a voice, left outside the ability to co-create.


And list one way you can address this, one way you can help them find a voice:


Your role as a Social Leader is to be effective, to co-create solutions to challenging problems, to be agile, to respond at speed. But also to help others to succeed: to be the voice for those who have none, to stand up for what is right, what is fair.

To be kind. To drive change. The ‘co’ in ‘co-creation’ means ‘we’, not ‘me’.”

If i can write five ‘days‘ each day till Christmas, then i’m home and dry, before getting into editing…

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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