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My workstyle and lifestyle echo

As a habitual remote worker and frequent traveler/nomad, when I travel I get used to the bustle. I get energy from it, it pushes me, drives me. Then I pass into my other version of existence, being at ‘home’. I say another version because… Continue Reading “My workstyle and lifestyle echo”

Storytelling about storytelling

It’s been awhile since my last post. I’ve been caught up in the November doldrums it seems! This fall has been an interesting one. It’s my first fall in my ‘home’ area and I always swore I would avoid shoulder seasons here. I much… Continue Reading “Storytelling about storytelling”

Interactions, interventions, let’s call the whole thing off…

“Why don’t you think coaching and mentoring fits with your approach of social learning?” This question left me a bit baffled because it came on the heels of a positive meeting that succeeded in presenting a unified approach from three different vendors. I wasn’t… Continue Reading “Interactions, interventions, let’s call the whole thing off…”

How to lead remote teams

My first post in awhile, this is because a slow summer (and much appreciated pace) allowed me to choose to take time to recharge, regroup and reflect. Now that fall is here again, fresh projects and another trip to the UK and Europe are… Continue Reading “How to lead remote teams”

Co-creating the Narrative

The project I’m currently working on is a Learning Architecture that will provide our client with a framework for using Social Learning in learning design. This particular project sits at the crossroads between three stories. The first is the person who has conceptualized Scaffolded… Continue Reading “Co-creating the Narrative”

To theme or not to theme?

It seems like a non-question but this has been on my mind as I head into the third call for submissions of the Journal of the Social Age. This question has therefore prompted a reflective, working out loud piece that ends with an invitation… Continue Reading “To theme or not to theme?”

Projects: The Enemy of Change?

Originally posted on Julian Stodd's Learning Blog:
To adapt our organisations to thrive in the Social Age will require a holistic pattern of adaptation: you cannot fix an ecosystem challenge with a single touch point. Reflecting on this got me thinking about projects,…

Trust Through Consistent Action

Originally posted on A personal space for sense making:
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. This calls for me…

An Agile feeling

I have an agile feeling. I don’t know if we’re doing this right, but what we’re doing feels right. Is this agile? Work on the Social Leadership in Practice continues with Kate. After writing the user stories, we chose one that seemed to be… Continue Reading “An Agile feeling”

Flexible in life does not mean Agile at work

I made my new year’s resolution a couple of months ago and I couldn’t wait until the new year to start (you’ll understand why when I tell you what it is). My resolution is to follow through. Two words that, in my world, are… Continue Reading “Flexible in life does not mean Agile at work”