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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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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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Curation in Social Leadership [part 1]

Social Leadership describes a type of authority that applies in communities, outside of formal hierarchy, and based upon our reputation, earned over time. It’s not an alternative to formal leadership, it’s complimentary to it: but it’s reach extends where formal … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on ‘The Social Leadership Handbook’, Second Edition

The problem with books lies in the print: they are neither iterative nor adaptive, but rather set in stone. Or, more precisely, letterset on the page. Good as they are, they have a shelf life, and the time has come … Continue reading

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End Of The Tour: #WorkingOutLoud

Time is remarkably elastic: remember those schoolroom days of double physics lessons, where the drone of the teacher was lulled to insensibility by the warmth of the sun through the dusty window and dreams of fields outside through the endless … Continue reading

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The Christmas (Virtual) Party

No blog today, because i’m sat by myself at our Christmas Party. By myself, because i’m on a boat in Amsterdam, but with my team, because we’re all connected on Zoom, a cheap video conferencing platform. Valerie in Switzerland, Paul … Continue reading

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Why Learning Informs Strategy

Under a Scaffolded Social approach to learning, we don’t blindly tell stories to people, but rather co-create stories with them. The difference lies in that space: not ‘to‘, but ‘with‘. At a single stroke we move from a ‘broadcast‘ mindset … Continue reading

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