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Legacy Heritage Fellows Networking 1

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From the May, 2014 conference in Chicago

From the May, 2014 conference in Chicago

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  • 1. Networking: Part One Lisa Colton @lisacolton lisa@see3.com 434.260.0177 Twitter Hashtag: #lhfellows
  • 2. Traditional Mindset: Hub & Spokes
  • 3. #lhfellows
  • 4. Network: Core and Periphery “connect and collaborate” rather than “command and control”#lhfellows
  • 5. Patterns, Diversity, Weave #lhfellows
  • 6. Being Good Networkers • Curiosity • Expanding your knowledge of others • Building trust and connection • Closing triangles, weaving • Building social capital • Flatter leadership, more inclusivity • Foster collaboration
  • 7. At Your Table (15 minutes, approx. 2 min per person) • When have you taken an acquaintance to the next level? • What catalyzed this shift in your relationship? • What did you do to deepen it?
  • 8. Deepening Relationships • Transparency -> Trust • Finding common ground, shared values • Shared experiences • Being vulnerable -> Allows other to step in • Having a purposeful connection • Playing together!
  • 9. Playing Together From Gamestorming by Gray, Brown, Macanufo
  • 10. RESHUFFLE • Have at least 1 person from each school at your table. • Try to be in a group with people you don’t know. Ready, GO!
  • 11. Reciprocity: Give and Take
  • 12. Hag Matan Torateinu Shavuot celebrates the giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai, and is thus also known as Hag Matan Torateinu (the Festival of the Giving of Our Torah). Why does the name emphasize the giving of the Torah, rather the receiving of the Torah? The sages say that we’re constantly in the process of receiving the Torah, but it was given on that day. Thus it is the giving, not the receiving, that makes this holiday significant.
  • 13. 1. Pick one personal item (e.g. something out of your bag) and put it in the center of the table. 1. Introduce yourselves, and share what significance this item has for you (briefly!). At Your Table
  • 14. 1. Pick one personal item (e.g. something out of your bag) and put it in the center of the table. 2. Introduce yourselves, and share what story or significance this item has. 3. Pull out the bag from under your table and unpack it. At Your Table
  • 15. Considering the attributes we’ve just briefly discussed, how will you as Jewish professionals, both give and receive? As a team, build a representation of your response. At Your Table
  • 16. Artifacts
  • 17. Network: Connections What do you want to connect around?#lhfellows
  • 18. GROUP OF JEWS + CONNECTION = FOOD!