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The Biggest Challenge to Building Social Capital

I am participating in the Foundations of the Social Age MOOC and as a way of making sense of what I am learning I am reflecting in this blog space.  Over the past week we have been exploring social capital and the challenges we face trying to build it.

According to Julian Stodd is Social Capital can be defined as “our ability to survive and thrive in online social spaces, but it’s also about our responsibilities to safeguard others.” Continue reading “The Biggest Challenge to Building Social Capital”

The Social Contract

I am participating in the Foundations of the Social Age MOOC and as a way of making sense of what I am learning I am reflecting in this blog space.

Over the past week or so I have explored the evolving relationship between employee and employer and how that is changing in the social age.   We now not only have a legal contract with our employers, we also have a social contract.

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Trust Through Consistent Action: Part 2

I’m still revamping my personal knowledge mastery practice (PKM) using (and beta testing) Sea Salt Learning’s Social Leadership cards ; ) I am also still working on the Trust Through Consistent Action card – this is part 2 of that series.

It part 1, I shared that I wan’t really being that consistent and that felt I my process needed an overhaul.  In this post I want to explain the thinking behind my process and my target goals for executing.

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Trust Through Consistent Action

It’s day 2 of my personal knowledge mastery practice (PKM) revamp using (and beta testing) Sea Salt Learning’s Social Leadership cards.

Today I am working on the Trust Through Consistent Action card.

Continue reading “Trust Through Consistent Action”

Fear

Ever been faced with a project where what your trying to achieve is so new to you that you have no clue as to how to accomplish it or even have a clear concept of what it should look like?  Well. I’m in this space right now and it’s scary.  It’s hard for a recovering perfectionist  to admit that she doesn’t know what she is doing and that she needs help.

What I am quickly realizing, though is that this space – the space of not knowing and figure it out as we go – is becoming the status quo.   Things are changing fast and we (I) have to get over our (my) fear.

I can do this by:

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