Tag Archives: Guiding

How to Build and Moderate a thriving Social Learning Community: Part 1 – Forming

Social Learning happens within and alongside our communities: semi formal spaces where ‘sense making’ activities take place. Agile organisations create the right permissions and environments for these communities to thrive, remembering at every stage that they can nurture them, but … Continue reading

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The 3 stages of community management

FORMING is about drawing people in, exploring reasons for disengagement and ensuring that nobody is disenfranchised. GUIDING is about framing the conversation, keeping it on track or being brave enough to listen to where it’s going. NARRATING is about taking … Continue reading

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The lifecycle of a social learning community and the shape of moderation

Nothing lasts forever, not even good conversations. I’ve been working this week on some ideas around the lifecycle of social learning communities, specifically the changing role of the moderator throughout the lifecycle. I’m working around a three stage approach, with … Continue reading

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