Category Archives: Social Leadership

#Writing Week: Reducing Noise

One of the things that Social Leaders do is to reduce the noise in the system: they filter the signal and reduce the clutter. Today, i’m sharing two of the illustrations that I’ve been working on for the new book, … Continue reading

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Social Leadership Illustrations: Reputation and the Jigsaw of Community

#WorkingOutLoud today, sharing two more illustrations from the forthcoming book, ‘Social Leadership – my 1st 100 days’. First, an illustration for the activity on ‘Generosity’, which considers how Social Leaders are generous with more than money: they share time, resources, … Continue reading

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Social Leadership at 99%

Apologies to those of you who have weathered this series of posts: today i hit 99% of the writing for the new Social Leadership book. Whilst it may feel as though i am eking out this final stage, the reality … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: Taking Stock

Today i’ve been completing the section of the new Social Leadership book with ten activities around ‘Social Capital‘. This is the ability to survive and thrive in the Social Age: an ability to navigate the landscape, and to help others … Continue reading

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Curation in Social Leadership

I’m working up some ideas for a webinar later this week on ‘Curation’ in Social Leadership: this is the first of the nine components in the NET model of Social Leadership and forms the foundation. There’s a whole chapter on … Continue reading

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