Tag Archives: Amplification

Storytelling Experiment: Day 4 – Amplification

I have been #WorkingOutLoud all week, sharing a 5 Day Experiment into Storytelling for Social Leadership. This is the Day 4 activity, which considers how stories may be Amplified. Instead of thinking about ways to push harder, or turn the … Continue reading

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Storytelling Experiment: Day 3 – Aggregation

This is the third in a series of 5 pieces that i am sharing that form a mini Experiment in Storytelling. Feel free to take part! Consider your Communities as incubators and filters of ideas. Some stories fly within these … Continue reading

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Storytelling Experiment: Day 2 – Story Handles

Day 2 of our experiment: yesterday i asked you to consider the types of power that you use within your leadership. But power does not push stories through a system: often they are picked up and pulled. So we need … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud Sharing Extracts From ‘The Change Handbook’

Today i’m sharing a section I’ve just completed around the ’16 Amplifiers of Change’, specifically, a section on ‘validation’. The premise is that we can amplify change if we align with a range of these factors, and ‘validation’ is about … Continue reading

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12 Aspects of the Social Age

In the Social Age, everything has changed. The Social Contract between organisation and individual is fractured, the nature of work is changing, we’ve seen the democratisation of communication and the devolution of creativity, with the old structures of power and … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Types of Power: Individual vs Networked

I want to expand out some of the ideas around different types of power, today looking at the difference between individual and networked power. This is part of the body of work looking at the fragility of formal hierarchies, and … Continue reading

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Reach

One of the most interesting facets of the research into the Landscape of Trust so far has been not the subject matter itself, (fascinating as that is), but rather the experience of research in the Social Age. With very little … Continue reading

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Provocative Writing for a Better World: #WorkingOutLoud on an Experiment for the Social Age

I knew the experiment was working when i felt uncomfortable: sat on the plane, with the first copy in my hand, i worried what other people would think, how they would respond to the writing, how they would feel about … Continue reading

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Change Curve: Lighthouses

The flickering beam of light in the darkness would have been the cause of celebration for many a sailor: a lighthouse, projecting it’s location many miles out to sea, carrying both direction and hope. Lighthouses are tall, strongly built to … Continue reading

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Laying The Foundations For Change

This is another #WorkingOutLoud post as i complete the final text for the new book. Today, expanding around yesterday’s work on the Foundations for Dynamic Change. Resistant organisations are ones that actively deny change: they identify change conversations and disempower … Continue reading

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