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Synergy Summit 2013 - Slidedeck Archive

  1. 1. Synergy Summit 2013 Slidedeck Archive summit@visionsynergy.net
  2. 2. Synergy Summit
  3. 3. Welcome!
  4. 4. Overview & Orientation
  5. 5. Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. Build connections with others Learn about resources Improve effectiveness & impact Develop an action plan
  6. 6. Five Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Idea to consider? Relationship to pursue? Conversation to have? Decision to make? Action to take?
  7. 7. Prayer Room
  8. 8. Security Considerations Participants & Networks Take aways & Action plans
  9. 9. No names & No photos ... without permission
  10. 10. Join the conversation: synergycommons.net
  11. 11. Action Plans
  12. 12. Name City Network Role
  13. 13. Church Planting
  14. 14. City Movements
  15. 15. Digital
  16. 16. International Students
  17. 17. Orality
  18. 18. Next Generation
  19. 19. Muslim
  20. 20. Mission Collaboration
  21. 21. • • • • • • • • Church Planting City Movements Digital International Students Orality Next Generation Muslim Mission Collaboration
  22. 22. Trust & Relationship Building
  23. 23. Trust : Breakers
  24. 24. Table Discussion
  25. 25. Trust Breakers * * * * * Trust Builders
  26. 26. Trust : Builders
  27. 27. Table Discussion
  28. 28. Trust Breakers Trust Builders * * * * *
  29. 29. Debrief
  30. 30. Take Away
  31. 31. Twitter hashtag: #synsum
  32. 32. Culture of Sharing & Exchange
  33. 33. High Shared-Initiative Environment One-toOne Interaction Whole Group Interaction Low Shared-Initiative Environment
  34. 34. High Shared-Initiative Environment One-toOne Interaction Pair Up Group Up Compare It Share It Low Shared-Initiative Environment Whole Group Interaction
  35. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 41. Table Discussion
  42. 42. Debrief
  43. 43. Take Away
  44. 44. Celebrating Success
  45. 45. Table Discussion
  46. 46. Debrief
  47. 47. Take Away
  48. 48. Connecting the Dots
  49. 49. Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. Build connections with others Learn about resources Improve effectiveness & impact Develop an action plan
  50. 50. • • • • • • • • Church Planting City Movements Digital International Students Orality Next Generation Muslim Mission Collaboration
  51. 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. 52. Table Discussion
  53. 53. Debrief
  54. 54. Take Away
  55. 55. Synergy Summit
  56. 56. Recap & Roadmap
  57. 57. Five Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Idea to consider? Relationship to pursue? Conversation to have? Decision to make? Action to take?
  58. 58. Core Operations
  59. 59. Communications Prayer Funding Event Planning Facilitation / Leadership Which is most important? Which is most emphasized?
  60. 60. Table Discussion
  61. 61. Core Operations
  62. 62. Event Planning
  63. 63. Prayer
  64. 64. Facilitation
  65. 65. Communications
  66. 66. Table Discussion
  67. 67. Debrief
  68. 68. Take Away
  69. 69. FUNDING
  70. 70. EVENT PLANNING
  71. 71. COMMUNICATIONS
  72. 72. FACILITATION
  73. 73. Operations to Outcomes
  74. 74. Table Discussion
  75. 75. Debrief
  76. 76. Take Away
  77. 77. Voluntary Nature of Networks
  78. 78. Table Discussion
  79. 79. Voluntary Nature of Networks
  80. 80. Voluntary Nature of Networks
  81. 81. Table Discussion
  82. 82. Debrief
  83. 83. Take Away
  84. 84. Impossible Questions
  85. 85. Table Discussion
  86. 86. Debrief
  87. 87. Take Away
  88. 88. Action Plans
  89. 89. Synergy Summit
  90. 90. Recap & Roadmap
  91. 91. slideshare.net/visionsynergy synergycommons.net summit@visionsynergy.net
  92. 92. Lessons Learned
  93. 93. Key Take Aways
  94. 94. Table Discussion
  95. 95. Debrief
  96. 96. Managing Change
  97. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 103. Managing Change
  104. 104. Action Plans
  105. 105. Action Plan Link: surveymonkey.com/s/13SummitActionPlan
  106. 106. Sharing our Plans
  107. 107. Action Plans
  108. 108. Share Feedback Prayer
  109. 109. Table Discussion
  110. 110. Debrief
  111. 111. Take Away
  112. 112. Synergy Summit

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