Synergy Summit 2013 - Slidedeck Archive
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Synergy Summit 2013 - Slidedeck Archive

on

  • 261 views

Main session slides from Synergy Summit 2013.

Main session slides from Synergy Summit 2013.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
261
Views on SlideShare
157
Embed Views
104

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0

4 Embeds 104

https://synergycommons.net 87
http://synergycommons.staging.wpengine.com 12
https://synergycommons.staging.wpengine.com 4
https://synergydev.wpengine.com 1

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Synergy Summit 2013 - Slidedeck Archive Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Synergy Summit 2013 Slidedeck Archive summit@visionsynergy.net
  • 2. Synergy Summit
  • 3. Welcome!
  • 4. Overview & Orientation
  • 5. Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. Build connections with others Learn about resources Improve effectiveness & impact Develop an action plan
  • 6. Five Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Idea to consider? Relationship to pursue? Conversation to have? Decision to make? Action to take?
  • 7. Prayer Room
  • 8. Security Considerations Participants & Networks Take aways & Action plans
  • 9. No names & No photos ... without permission
  • 10. Join the conversation: synergycommons.net
  • 11. Action Plans
  • 12. Name City Network Role
  • 13. Church Planting
  • 14. City Movements
  • 15. Digital
  • 16. International Students
  • 17. Orality
  • 18. Next Generation
  • 19. Muslim
  • 20. Mission Collaboration
  • 21. • • • • • • • • Church Planting City Movements Digital International Students Orality Next Generation Muslim Mission Collaboration
  • 22. Trust & Relationship Building
  • 23. Trust : Breakers
  • 24. Table Discussion
  • 25. Trust Breakers * * * * * Trust Builders
  • 26. Trust : Builders
  • 27. Table Discussion
  • 28. Trust Breakers Trust Builders * * * * *
  • 29. Debrief
  • 30. Take Away
  • 31. Twitter hashtag: #synsum
  • 32. Culture of Sharing & Exchange
  • 33. High Shared-Initiative Environment One-toOne Interaction Whole Group Interaction Low Shared-Initiative Environment
  • 34. High Shared-Initiative Environment One-toOne Interaction Pair Up Group Up Compare It Share It Low Shared-Initiative Environment Whole Group Interaction
  • 35. High Shared-Initiative Environment Networkwide Initiatives Paired Initiatives Pair Up Compare It One-toOne Interaction Paired Comparison Group Up Share It Whole Group Interaction Information Sharing Low Shared-Initiative Environment
  • 36. High Shared-Initiative Environment Paired Initiatives Moving from Pair Whole Group Up One-toSharing One Interaction to Compare Network Wide It Initiatives Paired Comparison Networkwide Initiatives Group Up Share It Whole Group Interaction Information Sharing Low Shared-Initiative Environment
  • 37. High Shared-Initiative Environment Paired Initiatives Pair Up One-toOne Interaction Paired Comparison Compare It Networkwide from Initiatives Moving Group Up Bilateral Whole Comparison Group to Interaction Share It Bilateral Partnerships Information Low Shared-Initiative Environment Sharing
  • 38. High Shared-Initiative Environment Paired Initiatives One-toOne Interaction Pair Up Compare It ... to Paired Bilateral Comparison Partnerships Moving Networkfrom wide Whole Group Initiatives GroupSharing ... Up Whole Group Interaction Share It Information Sharing Low Shared-Initiative Environment
  • 39. High Shared-Initiative Environment Networkwide Initiatives Paired Initiatives One-to-Where One Interaction Pair is Up your Group Up network now? Whole Group Interaction Where do you want to be? Share Compare It Paired Comparison It Information Sharing Low Shared-Initiative Environment
  • 40. High Shared-Initiative Environment Networkwide Initiatives Paired Initiatives Pair Up Compare It One-toOne Interaction Paired Comparison Group Up Share It Whole Group Interaction Information Sharing Low Shared-Initiative Environment
  • 41. Table Discussion
  • 42. Debrief
  • 43. Take Away
  • 44. Celebrating Success
  • 45. Table Discussion
  • 46. Debrief
  • 47. Take Away
  • 48. Connecting the Dots
  • 49. Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. Build connections with others Learn about resources Improve effectiveness & impact Develop an action plan
  • 50. • • • • • • • • Church Planting City Movements Digital International Students Orality Next Generation Muslim Mission Collaboration
  • 51. “At the intersections of each other’s stories the future is born.” – Andre Codrescu, Romanian author, Louisiana State University “Invention, discovery and creativity occur when rules have not yet been fixed for a business or a product and when rules are viewed differently, as when people from different disciplines are allowed to work together.” – MIT Forum on Discovery
  • 52. Table Discussion
  • 53. Debrief
  • 54. Take Away
  • 55. Synergy Summit
  • 56. Recap & Roadmap
  • 57. Five Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Idea to consider? Relationship to pursue? Conversation to have? Decision to make? Action to take?
  • 58. Core Operations
  • 59. Communications Prayer Funding Event Planning Facilitation / Leadership Which is most important? Which is most emphasized?
  • 60. Table Discussion
  • 61. Core Operations
  • 62. Event Planning
  • 63. Prayer
  • 64. Facilitation
  • 65. Communications
  • 66. Table Discussion
  • 67. Debrief
  • 68. Take Away
  • 69. FUNDING
  • 70. EVENT PLANNING
  • 71. COMMUNICATIONS
  • 72. FACILITATION
  • 73. Operations to Outcomes
  • 74. Table Discussion
  • 75. Debrief
  • 76. Take Away
  • 77. Voluntary Nature of Networks
  • 78. Table Discussion
  • 79. Voluntary Nature of Networks
  • 80. Voluntary Nature of Networks
  • 81. Table Discussion
  • 82. Debrief
  • 83. Take Away
  • 84. Impossible Questions
  • 85. Table Discussion
  • 86. Debrief
  • 87. Take Away
  • 88. Action Plans
  • 89. Synergy Summit
  • 90. Recap & Roadmap
  • 91. slideshare.net/visionsynergy synergycommons.net summit@visionsynergy.net
  • 92. Lessons Learned
  • 93. Key Take Aways
  • 94. Table Discussion
  • 95. Debrief
  • 96. Managing Change
  • 97. • Burden of proof always lies with the innovator • What ONE thing would you like to accomplish in the next six months? • Do my colleagues share the same objectives? Really? • Engage people of like mind – spiritual, visionary “brothers” • Resistance to change? – Start with a “pilot” project • Define limited, high value, reportable, near-term goals
  • 98. • Burden of proof always lies with the innovator • What ONE thing would you like to accomplish in the next six months? • Do my colleagues share the same objectives? Really? • Engage people of like mind – spiritual, visionary “brothers” • Resistance to change? – Start with a “pilot” project • Define limited, high value, reportable, near-term goals
  • 99. • Burden of proof always lies with the innovator • What ONE thing would you like to accomplish in the next six months? • Do my colleagues share the same objectives? Really? • Engage people of like mind – spiritual, visionary “brothers” • Resistance to change? – Start with a “pilot” project • Define limited, high value, reportable, near-term goals
  • 100. • Burden of proof always lies with the innovator • What ONE thing would you like to accomplish in the next six months? • Do my colleagues share the same objectives? Really? • Engage people of like mind – spiritual, visionary “brothers” • Resistance to change? – Start with a “pilot” project • Define limited, high value, reportable, near-term goals
  • 101. • Burden of proof always lies with the innovator • What ONE thing would you like to accomplish in the next six months? • Do my colleagues share the same objectives? Really? • Engage people of like mind – spiritual, visionary “brothers” • Resistance to change? – Start with a “pilot” project • Define limited, high value, reportable, near-term goals
  • 102. • Burden of proof always lies with the innovator • What ONE thing would you like to accomplish in the next six months? • Do my colleagues share the same objectives? Really? • Engage people of like mind – spiritual, visionary “brothers” • Resistance to change? – Start with a “pilot” project • Define limited, high value, reportable, near-term goals
  • 103. Managing Change
  • 104. Action Plans
  • 105. Action Plan Link: surveymonkey.com/s/13SummitActionPlan
  • 106. Sharing our Plans
  • 107. Action Plans
  • 108. Share Feedback Prayer
  • 109. Table Discussion
  • 110. Debrief
  • 111. Take Away
  • 112. Synergy Summit