Social Fusion Blast-Off (part 1)

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The first of a series of presentations on connecting people and resources using the triadic principles of Tribal Leadership.

Part 1 gives an overview of the basics of triading.

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  • Social Fusion Blast-Off (part 1)

    1. 1. Social Fusion Blast-Off Connecting People and Resources using triadic principles of Tribal Leadership Ruth B. Shields (c) 2010
    2. 2. Part 1: Triads, what?
    3. 3. “Social Fusion” is Triadic From Tribal Leadership by Logan, et al. 2009 A B C
    4. 4. “Social Fusion” is Triadic From Tribal Leadership by Logan, et al. 2009 1) Introduce 2 people to each other based A on Core Values B C
    5. 5. “Social Fusion” is Triadic From Tribal Leadership by Logan, et al. 2009 1) Introduce 2 people to each other based A on Core Values 2) Request they contribute to each other in specific ways B C
    6. 6. “Social Fusion” is Triadic From Tribal Leadership by Logan, et al. 2009 1) Introduce 2 people to each other based A on Core Values 2) Request they contribute to each other in specific ways B C 3) Follow up to find out whether the introduction “took”
    7. 7. The Vertex is Accountable John King, 2010, Tribal Leadership Coaches Challenge 1) A is accountable for the quality of B-C A B C Each vertex is accountable for the quality of the opposite leg (Ex: A for B-C)
    8. 8. The Vertex is Accountable John King, 2010, Tribal Leadership Coaches Challenge 1) A is accountable for the quality of B-C A 2) B is accountable for the quality of A-C B C B takes on being accountable for A-C
    9. 9. The Vertex is Accountable John King, 2010, Tribal Leadership Coaches Challenge 1) A is accountable for the quality of B-C A 2) B is accountable for the quality of A-C 3) C is accountable for the quality of A-B B C The triad stabilizes: All are listening for how to empower the other two
    10. 10. Turning Dyads into Triads Intentionally start triading 1) Pick someone you’re already working A with B
    11. 11. Turning Dyads into Triads Intentionally start triading 1) Pick someone you’re already working A with 2) Introduce them to someone else you’re working with based on Core Values B C
    12. 12. Turning Dyads into Triads Intentionally start triading 1) Pick someone you’re already working A with 2) Introduce them to someone else you’re working with based on Core Values B C 3) Take on being accountable for the quality of their relationship and for their success
    13. 13. Where to Triad? Intentionally start triading 1) In person 2) By phone A 3) On social networking sites B C
    14. 14. For more information • Ruth B. Shields – @tribalcoaches – 916-717-8953 – tribalcoaches@gmail.com

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