Launching ‘The Community Builder Guidebook’

As you may have noticed, i’ve not been writing for the last month, as i’m off on paternity leave, but today i am returning to the keyboard to share my newest Social Age book, ‘The Community Builder Guidebook’. This is the latest in a series of free Guidebooks (‘The Social Learning Guidebook’, ‘The Trust Guidebook’, and coming up in June, ‘The Social Age Guidebook’): all of them are under 10,000 words, with a strongly practical focus, including ‘what you need to know’, and ‘what you need to do about it’.

The Community Builder Guidebook

The Community Builder Guidebook explores nine aspects of community building, both within formal contexts, and fully social ones. The full eBook is available as a free download, or as a paid version in paperback on Amazon, globally.

These Social Age Guidebooks draw together my research, work, and practical development approaches, to share my latest work and thinking, but they are not complete, nor perfect: they represent an evolving body of work, and will iterate rapidly as i experiment and explore further.

Please download it, or share it, if you know anyone else who would be interested.

For now, it’s back to the family for me: i’m relishing these few months with no travel, and nothing to focus on except for my new family. But i hope you enjoy this new work, and most of all, i hope you find value in it.

You can download the Community Builder Guidebook for free, here.

About julianstodd

Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...
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