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Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)
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Flip: Your Social Intranet As An Agent For Change(2)

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Bevin Hernandez, co-founder of Firebrand Tribe and former intranet project manager at Penn State University, presents at the Social Intranet Summit Vancouver 2010.

Bevin Hernandez, co-founder of Firebrand Tribe and former intranet project manager at Penn State University, presents at the Social Intranet Summit Vancouver 2010.

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  • 1. The Three Types of Employees
  • 2. The Three Types of Employees Engaged employees work with passion and feel a profound connection to their company. 1 They drive innovation and move the organization forward. Not-engaged employees are essentially checked out. They’re sleepwalking through 2 their workday, putting time – but not energy or passion – into their work. Actively Disengaged employees aren’t just unhappy at work; they’re busy acting out their 3 unhappiness. Every day, these workers undermine what their engaged coworkers accomplish.
  • 3. The Three Types of Employees Engaged employees work with passion and feel a profound connection to their company. 1 They drive innovation and move the organization forward. Not-engaged employees are essentially checked out. They’re sleepwalking through 2 their workday, putting time – but not energy or passion – into their work. Actively Disengaged employees aren’t just unhappy at work; they’re busy acting out their 3 unhappiness. Every day, these workers undermine what their engaged coworkers accomplish.
  • 4. The Three Types of Employees Engaged employees work with passion and feel a profound connection to their company. 1 They drive innovation and move the organization forward. Not-engaged employees are essentially checked out. They’re sleepwalking through 2 their workday, putting time – but not energy or passion – into their work. Actively Disengaged employees aren’t just unhappy at work; they’re busy acting out their 3 unhappiness. Every day, these workers undermine what their engaged coworkers accomplish.
  • 5. How do you make this happen?
  • 6. Engaged Employees:
  • 7. Engaged Employees: ‣ Live according to their personal core values ‣ Are contributors who operate outside organizational boundaries ‣ Accept blame and pass praise ‣ Build relationships with others based on resonate core values and spend a lot of time nurturing those relationships ‣ Operate in and are supported by a team ‣ Have a noble cause
  • 8. Engaged Employees: ‣ Live according to their personal core values ‣ Are contributors who operate outside organizational boundaries ‣ Accept blame and pass praise ‣ Build relationships with others based on resonate core values and spend a lot of time nurturing those relationships ‣ Operate in and are supported by a team ‣ Have a noble cause ‣ Make history
  • 9. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Charles Leadbeater Daniel Pink David Logan Zappos Culture Book Clay Shirky Gary Vaynerchuk
  • 10. distilling Image by Daniel Y. Go on Flickr
  • 11. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • 12. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Biological Needs
  • 13. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Security Needs Biological Needs
  • 14. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Love and Relationship Needs Security Needs Biological Needs
  • 15. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Self-Esteem Needs Love and Relationship Needs Security Needs Biological Needs
  • 16. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Self- Actualization Self-Esteem Needs Love and Relationship Needs Security Needs Biological Needs
  • 17. What happens when a node breaks?
  • 18. Purpose, but no Clear purpose purpose social network and social social No purpose, All social, not social lacks purpose
  • 19. Purpose, but no Clear purpose purpose social network and social social Lost All social, lacks purpose
  • 20. Purpose, but no Clear purpose purpose social network and social social Social Lost Butterfly
  • 21. Type A Clear purpose purpose “All Work, No Play” and social social Social Lost Butterfly
  • 22. Type A purpose “All Work, Magic No Play” social Social Lost Butterfly
  • 23. Type A purpose “All Work, Magic No Play” social Social Lost Butterfly
  • 24. purpose Magic social Social Lost Butterfly
  • 25. purpose Magic social Lost
  • 26. purpose Magic social
  • 27. Image by haagsuitburo on Flickr
  • 28. Image by fank209 on Flickr
  • 29. flip
  • 30. flip BEVIN HERNANDEZ powered by firebrand tribe

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