Tag Archives: WorkingOutLoud

Social Leadership at 99%

Apologies to those of you who have weathered this series of posts: today i hit 99% of the writing for the new Social Leadership book. Whilst it may feel as though i am eking out this final stage, the reality … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: Taking Stock

Today i’ve been completing the section of the new Social Leadership book with ten activities around ‘Social Capital‘. This is the ability to survive and thrive in the Social Age: an ability to navigate the landscape, and to help others … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: Consequence and Right

Continuing to #WorkOutLoud as i strive to finish the new book on ‘Social Leadership – my first 100 days‘ before Christmas. I’m 85% there… today, sharing two pieces from the section on Social Capital. The first is some pointers and … Continue reading

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Social Leadership: 80% A #WorkingOutLoud Post

As promised, i am on track to complete the first draft of the new Social Leadership book this week: it’s called ‘Social Leadership – my first 100 days‘, and is (believe it or not) 100 practical questions and activities in … 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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Reflecting on #Trust. A #WorkingOutLoud post

Just a quick #WorkingOutLoud post as the results start coming from the fifth and sixth prototype questions as I design the trust diagnostic. If you read the last few posts you’ll know that what I’m trying to do is not … Continue reading

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Valued or Exploited? #WorkingOutLoud on Types of Trust

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been exploring trust, looking at ways that we can quantify this highly subjective experience with the view to creating a baseline of what trust means to different people in different types of organisations … Continue reading

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