Who Would You Follow: a #WorkingOutLoud Post

More progress with the illustrations for ‘Social Leadership – my 1st 100 days‘ today: this illustration is for an early section that asks ‘who would you follow‘ and why?

Social Leadership 100 - Who Would You Follow

My progress with these is a little slow: I suspect the illustration will take as much time as the writing did, although i have entirely cleared out next week to work on the book, so i should make progress then.

The section that this illustration relates to is reproduced below:

Day 10: I’d follow

Who would you follow?

I would follow: [ANSWER]

Why would you follow them?

Why would people follow you?

Social Leaders do not lead through strength, they lead through consensus, and within set contexts.

If you move beyond your formal authority, why will people follow you?

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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2 Responses to Who Would You Follow: a #WorkingOutLoud Post

  1. Glyn Barritt says:

    I tweet as @ssat from the UK and we follow a number of influential tweeters in the edusphere. But the accolade for the most prolific must go to Ross Morrison McGill who tweets as @TeacherToolkit – the quality of his social media posts and the generosity with which he shares his ideas and resources must single him out to be an exemplar social leader!

    Good luck with the book Julian .. can’t wait 🙂

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