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This is the third presentation in a series of four. Focus: network engagement through facilitation and social media.

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  • Groups of 2-3 share for 5-6 min. Share commitment, reaction, learning, etc. Report out from volunteers back in large group Today, focus on bridging difference. Think about building network capacity inside organizations as well as outside
  • Exercise: Resolving the Leader’s Dilemna
  • Exercise – Max Appropriate Invovlement
  • Low-tech examples – community gatherings, fundraisers
  • Meetings, conversations (1:1, small or large groups, telephone, face to face, coffee, lunch, church, gym, book club, rotary and service clubs, play groups)
  • Really Simple Syndication. RSS is a system that allows a user to get automatic updates from multiple web sites whenever new content is published on these sites.
  • participation
  • Blog post, photos, messages, links
  • Know your audience. Choose best method for audience and content
  • Links=all
  • Today, focus on bridging difference. Think about building network capacity inside organizations as well as outside Homework: Measuring Success
  • Revisions? What to focus on Oct 21?

CFMC NWLC 20100927 CFMC NWLC 20100927 Presentation Transcript

  • Social Network Support Project: Network Weaver Learning Community Network Participation and Engagement: Third in a Series of Four Sessions Community Foundation for Monterey County September 27, 2010 Thank you June Holley of Network Weaving, Monitor Institute, and Packard Foundation and @Kanter and @eekim
    • Thank you
    • Harden Foundation!
    • Lydia, 442.3005
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  • Today’s Workshop
      • Reconnect and Share Homework
      • Review of Our Purpose
      • Facilitation Role of Weavers
      • Current Issues – Peer Assist?
      • Tools and Social Media
      • Next Steps
  • The invention of tools that facilitate [network] formation is less like ordinary technological change, and more like an event, something that has already happened. As a result, the important questions aren’t about whether these tools will spread or re-shape society, but rather how they will do so. - Clay Shirky
  • Today’s Workshop
      • Reconnect and Share Homework
      • Review of Our Purpose
      • Facilitation Role of Weavers
      • Current Issues – Peer Assist?
      • Tools and Social Media
      • Next Steps
  • Why is CFMC interested in this?
    • National trend among nonprofits and philanthropy
    • More impact; systems change
    Why do we think you might be interested in this?
    • Network Participation and Engagement
    • by whom?
    • clients, consumers, beneficiaries, community residents
    • donors, board members
    • colleagues, peers, businesses, faith-based, elected officials, public agencies
    • and potential __________
    all of the above
  • Today’s Workshop
      • Reconnect and Share Homework
      • Review of Our Purpose
      • Facilitation Role of Weavers
      • Current Issues – Peer Assist?
      • Tools and Social Media
      • Next Steps
  • Pre-workshop Survey Results (n=8)
    • Which statement best describes your facilitation experience and training?
    • IISC’s Vision of the Future is the emergence of a global “beloved community” with social justice for all and sustainability for the planet.
    • IISC’s Mission is to ignite and sustain social transformation, catalyze collective action, and build collaborative skill to bring alive our vision of a just and sustainable world.
    • Facilitative Leadership® Tapping the Power of Participation
    • The latest developments in leadership practice and theory compel both formal and informal leaders to view leadership as service, respect the value and diversity that each person brings, and share power and decision–making. www.interactioninstitute.org
  • Profile of the Facilitative Leader Copyright, Interaction Associates, Inc., 2010, used with permission
  • Seven Practices of Facilitative Leadership Copyright, Interaction Associates, Inc., 2010, used with permission
  • Copyright, Interaction Associates, Inc., 2010, used with permission
  • Levels of Involvement in Decision Making Copyright, Interaction Associates, Inc., 2010, used with permission
  • Today’s Workshop
      • Reconnect and Share Homework
      • Review of Our Purpose
      • Facilitation Role of Weavers
      • Current Issues – Peer Assist?
      • Tools and Social Media
      • Next Steps
    • Peer Assist - Current Issues
    • Finding transportation for student field trips
    • Fundraising
    • Engaging org, schools and others from Serve Day in ongoing partnerships
    • Communication, language barriers
    • Other?
  • Today’s Workshop
      • Reconnect and Share Homework
      • Review of Our Purpose
      • Facilitation Role of Weavers
      • Current Issues – Peer Assist?
      • Tools and Social Media
      • Next Steps
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  • Person to Person Networking Skills Balancing act – which method and when
    • Telephone or face to face
    • Email, IM, text, post, snail mail
    • Coffee/lunch meetings
    • Introductions, closing triangles
    • Connecting through influential people
    • Planned accidental meetings
  • How are nonprofits, public agencies, and foundations using social media technology? Wiki : http://packard-foundation-oe.wikispaces.com/ http://cpsquare.org/wiki/Technology_for_Communities_project Blog : http://www.bethkanter.org/ RSS : http://www.salinascity.k12.ca.us/rss.aspx Examples : Twitter (Chronicle of Philanthropy, Facebook (UWMC, First 5, CF Silicon Valley) Other examples : Network for Good Foundations that Tweet, http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2009/08/foundations-that-tweet-profile-patterns.html
  • The capacity to learn and improve is the most important indicator of collective intelligence . - Eugene Kim Networks in an International Context, slideshare
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  • http://cpsquare.org/wiki/Technology_for_Communities_project
  • http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2009/03/digital-habitats-stewarding-technology-for-communities.html
  • http://www.salinascity.k12.ca.us/rss.aspx
  • Pre-workshop Survey Results (n=8)
    • Which of these social networking sites do you use for work or personal use?
  • Beth Kanter’s Social Media Picking Tools Listen Engage Movement Building and Multi-Channel Generate Buzz Social Content Crawl ………..……Walk …….….….. Run ……..………….Fly l
  • Web 1.0 vs 2.0
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  • www.cfmco.org Management Assistance, workshops
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  • http://beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2009/03/digital-habitats-stewarding-technology-for-communities.html
  • Prof Dev Interest in/Use of Social Media Environment (by work area): Anticipates future comm through social media Greenfield (by primary field): Use online communications
  • Today’s Workshop
      • Reconnect and Share Homework
      • Review of Our Purpose
      • Facilitation Role of Weavers
      • Current Issues – Peer Assist?
      • Tools and Social Media
      • Next Steps
  • Overall Training Goals
    • By the end of the four sessions, participants will
    • be inspired to work with a network mindset and to continue weaving and building networks
    • have a deeper understanding of network theory, as it applies to social networks, and characteristics of a healthy network
    • be able to recognize the qualities of network weavers/leaders; recognize and affirm individual weaver qualities and successes
    • understand network life cycles
    • appreciate the role of evaluating networks and learn how the network can help evaluate its own progress
    • have practiced applying weaver practices and shared their challenges and learnings with each other
    • have received an introduction to network mapping software
  • Next Session October 21 with lunch, 1-5 PM MC Health Dept, 1270 Natividad Rd Room 236A/B (street level) Network Tools