Tag Archives: Leadership

Dynamic Tension

There are two aspects of an organisation: the ‘Formal‘ dimension, those things that are visible, codified into hierarchy, system, process, assets and infrastructure, and the ‘Social’ dimension, which is about communities, reputation, Social Authority and Social Leadership, co-creation and trust. … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: My First 100 Days #WorkingOutLoud

You may have noticed that the title has changed: as I’ve been sketching out ideas for the cover this week, i revised the title. That’s what #WorkingOutLoud is all about: iteration and revision, holding open the space. I’m 60% of … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the 1st 100 days of Social Leadership Book

I’m working all this week on a short follow up to the Social Leadership Handbook, entitled ‘Social Leadership: the 1st 100 days‘. As the name implies, this is a more practical text, outlining activities for 100 separate days, based around … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Social Leadership: the 1st 100 days

I’m travelling heavily this week, so using plane and train time to finish a short new book called ‘Social Leadership: the first 100 days’. As you may have gathered… it’s 100 practical activities for Social Leaders to undertake in their … Continue reading

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Communities: A Story In Social Leadership

I’m giving a new presentation tomorrow around communities in Social Leadership, so today, I’m sharing something of a visual story around some of the new illustrations. We are surrounded by many people, some of whom we are connected to through … Continue reading

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Illusion of Trust: The Terms and Conditions of Equality

I had an email from AirBnB last week, relating to their Community Commitment: they describe this commitment as a comprehensive effort to fight bias and discrimination within the AirBnB community, which is a valuable and commendable effort. What got me … Continue reading

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5 Elements of Curation in Social Leadership

I wrote about Curation in Social Leadership yesterday in preparation for a webinar that I’m delivering tomorrow: having introduced five elements, space, content, stories, reputation, and values, today I’m going to build those out a little further. In the context … Continue reading

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