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"Making Friends in the Edit Bay," Corey Vilhauer's talk from Now What? Conference in Sioux Falls, SD - April 18, 2013.

"Making Friends in the Edit Bay," Corey Vilhauer's talk from Now What? Conference in Sioux Falls, SD - April 18, 2013.

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    "Making Friends in the Edit Bay" - Now What? Conference 2013 "Making Friends in the Edit Bay" - Now What? Conference 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • MAKING FRIENDS IN THE EDIT BAY Five Steps Toward Creating a Governance- Friendly Culture
    • HI. I’M COREY VILHAUER @mrvilhauer
    • NEW PROJECT!
    • NEW PROJECT!
    • NEW PROJECT!
    • NEW PROJECT!
    • NEW PROJECT!
    • CHANGE IS HARD
    • CHANGE IS HARDCONTENT REQUIRES EGO
    • CHANGE IS HARDCONTENT REQUIRES EGOFAILURE IS CERTAIN
    • EVERYTHING ILEARNED ABOUTWORKING WITH PEOPLE
    • EVERYTHING I LEARNED ABOUT WORKING WITH PEOPLE I LEARNEDBY TEACHING PEOPLE
    • EMPATHY
    • EMPATHY The action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings,thoughts, and experience of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an objectively explicit manner.
    • EMPATHY“...empathy can be described as feeling the feelings of another with the greatest accuracy and effort.” - Whitney Hess
    • CONTENT STRATEGY
    • CONTENT STRATEGY
    • CONTENT STRATEGY PEOPLE
    • HOW DO WE DO IT?
    • HOW DO WE DO IT?IT DEPENDS.
    • 1. ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS
    • BE CURIOUS
    • Who has a vested interest?
    • Who has a vested interest? What kind of help do you need?
    • Who has a vested interest? What kind of help do you need?Who would excel at this?
    • Who has a vested interest? What kind of help do you need?Who would excel at this? What changes are coming?
    • Who has a vested interest? What kind of help do you need?Who would excel at this? What changes are coming?What audiences are we missing?
    • “There’s a chance that things’ll get weird. - Archers of Loaf
    • 1. ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS2. BE CLEAR AND CONCISE
    • 500pxTERMSOF SERVICE
    • “When the client feels likethey have some input during the project planning phase,they are more likely to enjoy the ride.” - Melissa Rach
    • 1. ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS2. BE CLEAR AND CONCISE3. DON’T DO IT ALL
    • BE DELIBERATE
    • BE DELIBERATE (does not need)
    • PROVIDE TOOLS
    • PROVIDE TOOLSWITHIN REASON
    • 1. ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS2. BE CLEAR AND CONCISE3. DON’T DO IT ALL4. PLOT AND SCHEME
    • BE CONNIVING
    • TAKE ADVANTAGE OF GOALS
    • IDENTIFYSTRENGTHSAND PLAYTO THEM
    • 1. ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS2. BE CLEAR AND CONCISE3. DON’T DO IT ALL4. PLOT AND SCHEME5. TEACH THEM TO FISH
    • WE ARE TEACHERS
    • KNOWING INFO ≠COMMUNICATING INFO
    • PEOPLE WORK DIFFERENTLY
    • YOU CAN’T WINEVERY BATTLE.
    • HOW MUCH CHANGE CAN WE HANDLE?
    • 1. ALWAYS ASK QUESTIONS2. BE CLEAR AND CONCISE3. DON’T DO IT ALL4. PLOT AND SCHEME5. TEACH THEM TO FISH
    • RUN WILD
    • THANK YOU.
    • I am still COREY VILHAUEReatingelephant.com/2013/4/ nowwhat