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Afraid of the Dark? The Perilous Grey Space

There’s the light of the engaged: people who are committed into the organisation, driving it forward, valued and valuable. Then there’s the dark side: people who are uncommitted, detract from success, pulling us down. In this polarised view, It’s easy … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Engagement in the Social Age

The Social Age is a time of constant change: evolving technology, the new nature of work, the rise of social communities and the democratisation of creativity being just some of the most visible facets. The old social contract is broken: … Continue reading

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On the sixth day of Christmas Learning: the Social Contract

I’m dedicating the last twelve days of writing to a series of reflections on key trends and features of learning in the Social Age. Today: the social contract. Santa has it easy: every year the same old thing. Sure, as … Continue reading

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