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+    Are you a Network    Weaver?    Leadership Learning Collaborative    August 2011
+June HolleyWho am I?•   Helped catalyze a food and entrepreneurship network in Appalachian    Ohio•   Studied 100s of dif...
+    Your questions      www.wordle.com
+                                  4      20th Century Relationships     People   tell us what     to do     Broadcast  ...
+    Business has changed          Ipod Ecosystem                Network map of departments     From Valdis Krebs www.orgn...
+                                     6    We Still Have   Big Problems         War                Obesity
+    Siloed Organizations    and Individuals
+                               8ChangingSystemsRequiresEngagement:              People working              together in  ...
+   9
+Number One job ofNetwork Weavers:help more peoplebecome NetworkWeavers…. unleashing thepotential in us all
+                                        11    Network Weavers:    Appalachian Ohio         1000 new or expanded         ...
+Network Weavers:1.   Connected entrepreneurs with each other     (joint purchasing, marketing, etc)2.   Got the community...
+                                      13    Results – RE-AMP Network         125 funders & non-profits          working ...
+    RE-AMP network                        Wove network among activists in                         5 states working on si...
+                                      15    Results: Oxfam Saving for Change         Network weavers help          women...
+                                        16    Results: Oxfam Saving for Change        Women spread their networks       ...
+You are a NetworkWeaver!Take checklistNetwork Weaver Roles: good whenidentifying if all roles are filled inyour network
+              Whatdid you notice aboutReflection    yourself as a Network              Weaver?              What   are ...
+    4 Roles of Network Weavers       Connector        Network Facilitator         Project        Network Guardian    Coor...
+    4 Roles of Network Weavers         Connector                                    Reaching out to be more inclusive    ...
+    4 Roles of Network Weavers                                Network Facilitator    Coordinate Working Groups           ...
+    4 Roles of Network Weavers    Help people find others interested   Help people work together on projects    in same t...
+    4 Roles of Network WeaversHelp set up good communicationssystems & find resources          Make sure time is set asid...
+                        24Instead of control,offer support….Creating a System ofSupport so thatcommunications andresource...
+    Speed Networking    1.   Find someone you don’t know or don’t know well.    2.   Introduce yourself and share about a...
Green lines are current working relationships  +Orange are personally know relationships
+Strategically reachout to others
+
gifts
passions
+    Close Triangles                           Local organizer        You                          Social media trainer   ...
+    What can twosies do?    Research on other communities   Find others interested in your issue                         ...
To learn more:1. www.networkweaving.com2. www.networkweaver.com3. http://networkweaver.ning.com4. Buy Network Weaver Handb...
+    What are my questions?       Breakthroughs                        How to help people deal with           How can w...
+June Holleyjune@networkweaving.com
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LLC Webinar Series: Are you a Network Weaver?

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Presenter: June Holley, Network Weaver
Topic: Are You A Network Weaver?
Date: Tuesday, August 23rd 11:00-12:00 Noon PDT (2:00-3:00PM EDT)



This interactive session will introduce the term Network Weaver as a way of understanding how leadership is shifting in a networked world. You will have access to a simple checklist so that you can identify your strengths and challenges as a Network Weaver. June will explain four roles -- connector, facilitator, coach and network guardian — filled by Network Weavers and share activities that you can implement with your networks.

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  1. 1. + Are you a Network Weaver? Leadership Learning Collaborative August 2011
  2. 2. +June HolleyWho am I?• Helped catalyze a food and entrepreneurship network in Appalachian Ohio• Studied 100s of different networks• Consult on network approaches• ALMOST completed a 400 page Network Weaver Handbook• Love gardening – my yard is all flowers, fruit trees and veggies• Read constantly
  3. 3. + Your questions www.wordle.com
  4. 4. + 4 20th Century Relationships  People tell us what to do  Broadcast Information: Television & Web 1.0
  5. 5. + Business has changed Ipod Ecosystem Network map of departments From Valdis Krebs www.orgnet.com
  6. 6. + 6 We Still Have Big Problems War Obesity
  7. 7. + Siloed Organizations and Individuals
  8. 8. + 8ChangingSystemsRequiresEngagement: People working together in new ways
  9. 9. + 9
  10. 10. +Number One job ofNetwork Weavers:help more peoplebecome NetworkWeavers…. unleashing thepotential in us all
  11. 11. + 11 Network Weavers: Appalachian Ohio  1000 new or expanded food and artisan businesses  Healthy food system  New system elements:  Kitchen Incubator  Loan fund  Farmers Mkts  Community gardens  CSAs  Youth Food Entrepreneurs
  12. 12. +Network Weavers:1. Connected entrepreneurs with each other (joint purchasing, marketing, etc)2. Got the community to join with entrepreneurs to develop new services, projects
  13. 13. + 13 Results – RE-AMP Network  125 funders & non-profits working on climate change  30 coal fired plants stopped  States adopted many new policies about energy efficiency and alternative energy
  14. 14. + RE-AMP network  Wove network among activists in 5 states working on similar issues  Developed clusters  Found $ to support innovative collaborations  Helped deep learning occur See Monitor Institute report http://www.monitorinstitute.com/reamp/
  15. 15. + 15 Results: Oxfam Saving for Change  Network weavers help women create local savings networks of 25  500,000 women have accessed $ for new assets/ businesses
  16. 16. + 16 Results: Oxfam Saving for Change Women spread their networks  Each savings group helped others form NEW groups  Network Weavers encouraged the women to create new projects  They distributed hundreds of thousands of malaria nets  Creating huge ponds for dry season  New respect for women
  17. 17. +You are a NetworkWeaver!Take checklistNetwork Weaver Roles: good whenidentifying if all roles are filled inyour network
  18. 18. +  Whatdid you notice aboutReflection yourself as a Network Weaver?  What are your strengths?  Whatwould you like to learn more about?  How can I share my checklist with others in my network?
  19. 19. + 4 Roles of Network Weavers Connector Network Facilitator Project Network Guardian Coordinator/Coach
  20. 20. + 4 Roles of Network Weavers Connector Reaching out to be more inclusive Helping people find resources Connecting people with common interests
  21. 21. + 4 Roles of Network Weavers Network Facilitator Coordinate Working Groups Help set up structure of the network Facilitate Meetings
  22. 22. + 4 Roles of Network Weavers Help people find others interested Help people work together on projects in same things Self-organized Project Coordinator Help people keep organized
  23. 23. + 4 Roles of Network WeaversHelp set up good communicationssystems & find resources Make sure time is set aside for reflection Network Guardian Set up training & support for Network Weavers
  24. 24. + 24Instead of control,offer support….Creating a System ofSupport so thatcommunications andresources flow to all
  25. 25. + Speed Networking 1. Find someone you don’t know or don’t know well. 2. Introduce yourself and share about a question (you suggest) for 5 minutes 3. Debrief about “Who had a good listener?” 4. Do another round.
  26. 26. Green lines are current working relationships +Orange are personally know relationships
  27. 27. +Strategically reachout to others
  28. 28. +
  29. 29. gifts
  30. 30. passions
  31. 31. + Close Triangles Local organizer You Social media trainer •Both interested in the same thing: care about community and interested in social media •One can help the other out
  32. 32. + What can twosies do? Research on other communities Find others interested in your issue Try out new idea Organize a meet-up
  33. 33. To learn more:1. www.networkweaving.com2. www.networkweaver.com3. http://networkweaver.ning.com4. Buy Network Weaver Handbook 5. Let us know you are interested in+ becoming part of Network Weaver learning community
  34. 34. + What are my questions?  Breakthroughs  How to help people deal with  How can we see difference “busyness” and do more as source of much-needed reflection… breakthroughs?  How can we share deeply so that we see the breakthroughs we have  How can people better made? … within and across understand the concept and sectors, internationally…so much to learn from rest of practice of self-organizing? world
  35. 35. +June Holleyjune@networkweaving.com
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