Developing Social Leadership in Organisations: The Book

I’m into the last two days of crowdfunding for my next book: Social Leadership – my 1st 100 days. Regular readers will have seen the content develop as i have been #WorkingOutLoud over the last two months on writing and developing it. It’s a series of one hundred practical activities, typically in the form of conversations or challenges, for individuals and groups, to develop Social Leadership capability.

Social Leadership 100 days

This will be my eighth book, but the first of what may become a series of ‘100 days’ volumes: a strong focus on building practical capability. I like the idea of having the ‘Handbook’ series, exploring the topic in depth, and the ‘100 days’ series, covering practical implementation.

The NET Model of Social Leadership

You can back the book here, or just stay connected to the community, as i will continue to work out loud and share the content as it evolves. The book itself, spiral bound as a workbook, probably eight by five inch format, will land at the end of March. Thanks to everyone who has supported this project so far, either financially, or simply through support within an engaged community, which is, after all, the most important thing you can find in the Social Age.

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About julianstodd

A learning and development professional specialising in e-learning and learning technology.
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2 Responses to Developing Social Leadership in Organisations: The Book

  1. Pingback: Illustrating Social Leadership: My 1st 100 days | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

  2. Pingback: #WorkingOutLoud Illustrating Social Leadership: my 1st 100 days book | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

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