It’s painful to admit that I have used this phrase one to many times lately, along with the phrase “shut up and color.” Two things that pretty much go against everything I have been trying to do the past few years by working out loud, practicing personal knowledge mastery, building my social leadership skills and trying to model the behaviors that enable change.
Even though it’s been a few weeks since I finished the School for Health & Care Radicals (SHCR) I still want to share my main takeaway from our close out module – it’s always important to reflect even if you do it weeks later ; )
The Edge (a free social platform committed to finding, curating and creating the boldest and most innovative new ideas for changing health & care) asked the other day for resources on Working Out Loud (WOL).
In response I’ve listed some of my favorite go to’s for examples of WOL and what they mean to me.
Friday Reflections are my chance to take a look back at what I learned during the week see what inspired me, reflect on what I learned, and start a catalog of the things that are important to me. Hopefully you will find some value here as well. The concept was derived from Harold Jarche and his Friday Finds blog post.
Why Trust is the Core of Employee Engagement by Will Cambell on the B2B community site via Feedly.
“Trust isn’t something we ‘have,’ or a medium or an atmosphere within which we operate. Trust is something we do, something we make.”