Good Morning! Welcome to the
Networking
Breakfast
Please sit at the table with the topic
you’re most interested in discuss...
Reflecting On Our Network
1. What parts of the conference or skills you
used helped you connect with others deeply?
2. Who...
Network Weaver Roles
Connector Catalyst
Connects people.
Gets network building started.
Build social culture.
Network Faci...
Making Connections
Connector Catalysts accelerate growth and
effectiveness of individuals by increasing the
trust and conn...
Supporting a Network
Network Guardians see, scaffold and
support network structure, such as:
•Communications between membe...
Thinking Ahead
1. How do you want to continue to
engage with this group beyond this
face-to-face meeting?
2. What would yo...
Thinking Ahead
1. How do you want to continue to
engage with this group beyond this
face-to-face meeting?
2. What would yo...
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Legacy Heritage Fellows Networking 2

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From May, 2014 Chicago conference

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  1. 1. Good Morning! Welcome to the Networking Breakfast Please sit at the table with the topic you’re most interested in discussing.
  2. 2. Reflecting On Our Network 1. What parts of the conference or skills you used helped you connect with others deeply? 2. Who will you be following up with and why? 3. How are you thinking differently about developing, fostering and using networks in your work?
  3. 3. Network Weaver Roles Connector Catalyst Connects people. Gets network building started. Build social culture. Network Facilitator Helps convene people to set up a more explicit and focused network. Self-Organized Project Coordinator Helps coordinate self-organized projects. Network Guardian Helps put in place systems for networks: communications, training, support, etc.
  4. 4. Making Connections Connector Catalysts accelerate growth and effectiveness of individuals by increasing the trust and connectivity of the networks they inhabit. •Know people within the network •Connect loose networks & close triangles. •Build trust between individuals and within the network. Encourage emotional bonds. •Let the network navigate itself by sharing leadership responsibilities/roles.
  5. 5. Supporting a Network Network Guardians see, scaffold and support network structure, such as: •Communications between members of the network; •Shared workspace for collaborations; •When and how members of the network can engage with each other; •Help others articulate their needs so the network can capitalize on opportunities.
  6. 6. Thinking Ahead 1. How do you want to continue to engage with this group beyond this face-to-face meeting? 2. What would you like to get from this group in the short term? The long term? 3. What systems, structures or other support would be helpful to support ongoing connections and exchange within this network?
  7. 7. Thinking Ahead 1. How do you want to continue to engage with this group beyond this face-to-face meeting? 2. What would you like to get from this group in the short term? The long term? 3. What systems, structures or other support would be helpful to support ongoing connections and exchange within this network?
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