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Highly interactive learning session on the topic of leadership and networks. Hosted by Gibran Rivera (Interaction Institute for Social Change) and Claire Reinelt (Leadership Learning Community). Key ...

Highly interactive learning session on the topic of leadership and networks. Hosted by Gibran Rivera (Interaction Institute for Social Change) and Claire Reinelt (Leadership Learning Community). Key questions:
• What attracts and sustains participation in a leadership network?
• What conditions and processes support network self-organizing among leaders?
• How do networks create leadership accountability?

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  • How many of you have attended a Boston LLC meeting before? Will give you a little more background on LLC in just a minute How many of you use twitter? Feel free to tweet -- Gibran is a wonderful person to follow Boston has a nationwide reputation as a hub for those who are developing and applying network approaches to leadership development, systems and social change. There is no better place to have a conversation on leadership and networks. We are part of an ongoing conversation that recognizes that our access to networks through social technologies and social media is fundamentally changing the way we live and work. Using blogs and other social media tools is engendering, according to the Monitor Institute a new networked mindset -- a way of working that is characterized by principles of openness,sharing, transparency, decentralized decision-making and distributed action -- what Monitor calls “working wikily”? Not only is it transforming how we work,its also transforming how we lead. That’s what we want to talk about today: Leadership and networks
  • The Leadership Learning Community is a learning network of leadership development practitioners, funders, consultants, and researchers who share a commitment to transform how leadership work is conceived, conducted and evaluated in the social sector and beyond. We convene learning circles, webinars, and use social technolgoies like wikis, blogs, and twitter to weave together our community and extend the reach of our networks. Network: our community Research: LNE Application: consulting services
  • キ Go once around the room and have people say name and organization キ Introducing who is in the room by asking people to identify what network leadership roles they play o Are you a network organizer? (e.g., someone who frames the value proposition and establishes the first links to participants) o Are you a network weaver? (e.g., someone who works to increases connections among participants, closing triangles or making connections to new participants) o Are you a network funder or sponsor? (e.g., providing resources for organizing and on-going support of networks) o Are you a facilitator or coordinator of a network? (e.g., create the conditions for self-organizing, ensure flow of information and other resources) o Are you a technology steward of a network? (e.g., facilitate the network use of online technologies to learn, coordinate, connect or share information together) o Are there other roles?
  • Network leadership, leadership networks, social change, strategies, conversation, connection, different people, colleagues, new ideas, dynamic networking, utilizing networks, social leadership, opportunity to meet and learn
  • This collaborative research initiative focuses on making the case about why leadership needs to become more inclusive, networked and collective, and how to support it Engaging 100+ participants 12-page publication Competency assessment tool Online resource directory
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