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Richard Millington - How To Develop A Sense of Community (5 Rarely Used Ideas)

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FeverBee founder Richard Millington will take you through 5 rarely used ideas from social science to build successful sub-groups in your community.

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  1. 1. How to build A Sense of Community Richard Millington @RichMillington 5 Relatively Simple Ideas For Bonding Any Group Together FeverBee.com
  2. 2. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 1) Make the group exclusive
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  4. 4. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Mensa 2% 110,000
  5. 5. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Triple Nine 0.1% 1,225 Mensa 2% 110,000
  6. 6. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Mensa 2% 110,000 Triple Nine 0.1% 1,225 Prometheus 0.003% 120
  7. 7. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington THE TERA SOCIETY 205 IQ 0.000000000001%
  8. 8. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington THE TERA SOCIETY 205 IQ 0.000000000001% 0 MEMBERS!
  9. 9. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington APPLE HAS A TOP 100
  10. 10. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington WORKS ONLINE TOO!
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  13. 13. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington DEMOGRAPHICS HABITS PSYCHOGRAPHICS
  14. 14. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington DEMOGRAPHICS HABITS PSYCHOGRAPHICS PICK 2 QUALIFIERS
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  26. 26. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington CREATE AN INSIDER CROWD
  27. 27. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington ACTION STEPS 1) Close the community and create a 2-qualifier criteria for new members (or insider group) 2) Turn the registration form into an application form 3) Remove members that aren’t participating 4) Use the association framework for resources
  28. 28. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 2) Give members an ego hit within 15 minutes
  29. 29. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington How many members don’t make a second contribution ?
  30. 30. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 40% - 90%
  31. 31. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 1) Speed 2) Ask a good question 3) Impact
  32. 32. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 1) Speed 2) Ask a good question 3) Impact
  33. 33. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 0" 10" 20" 30" 40" 50" 60" 5" 10" 15" 20" 25" 30" 35" 40" 45" 50" 55" 60" 65" 70" 75" 80" 85" 90" 95" 100" 105" 110" 115" 120" 125" 130" %"members"who"make"a"second"contribu3on" Response to initial post by hours
  34. 34. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 30# 40# 50# 60# 70# 80# 90# 100# 5# 15# 25# 35# 45# 55# 65# 75# 85# 95# 105# 115# 125# 135# 145# 155# 165# 175# 185# 195# 205# 215# 225# 235# 245# 255# 265# 275# 285# 295# %"members"who"make"a"second"contribu3on" Response to initial post by minutes
  35. 35. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 30# 40# 50# 60# 70# 80# 90# 100# 5# 15# 25# 35# 45# 55# 65# 75# 85# 95# 105# 115# 125# 135# 145# 155# 165# 175# 185# 195# 205# 215# 225# 235# 245# 255# 265# 275# 285# 295# %"members"who"make"a"second"contribu3on" Big difference! Response to initial post by minutes
  36. 36. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Respond within 15 minutes
  37. 37. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 1) Speed 2) Ask a good question 3) Impact
  38. 38. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 1) Why do you think that? 2) Have you also found …. ? 3) People interested in {x} might agree… 4) Reveal something personal 5) Don’t solve the problem*
  39. 39. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 1) Speed 2) Ask a good question 3) Impact
  40. 40. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Prick the ego
  41. 41. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington ACTION STEPS 1) Respond quickly 2) Respond with a question 3) Demonstrate impact 4) Set up a notification system w/ volunteers
  42. 42. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Create off-platform sub-groups 3)
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  45. 45. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Off-community group
  46. 46. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington ACTION STEPS 1) Initiate collaboration challenges for members 2) Create an off-platform sub-group for each challenge 3) Make introductions by age/location/profession
  47. 47. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Defeat an enemy4)
  48. 48. 99FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Read Saul Alinsky (in private)
  49. 49. 100FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Identify the enemy
  50. 50. 101FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Identify the enemy…you can beat
  51. 51. 102FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington 1) Have what you want 2) Stop you getting what you want 3) Have attacked or threatened you in some way 4) Pre-existing bias 5) Most similar to you 6) Most different from you The best enemies…
  52. 52. 103FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Identify an enemy - you can beat
  53. 53. 104FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Identify an enemy - you can beat
  54. 54. 105FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Identify an enemy - you can beat
  55. 55. 106FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Identify an enemy - you can beat
  56. 56. 107FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Use in-group / out-group language
  57. 57. 108FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Create a sense of momentum
  58. 58. 109FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington
  59. 59. 110FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Use tactics your side enjoys
  60. 60. 111FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington ACTION STEPS 1) Identify a relevant enemy 2) Use in-group / out-group language to construct narrative 3) Create the impression of momentum 4) Use tactics that are effective and fun 5) Only fight battles you can win
  61. 61. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Embrace ABCD 5)
  62. 62. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington Embrace ABCD 5) (asset-based community development)
  63. 63. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington
  64. 64. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington ASK YOUR AUDIENCE ABOUT EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE
  65. 65. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington What can you offer this community? What have you done? What can you do well? What do you own/have? Possible questions to ask new members
  66. 66. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE TO BE UNQIUE
  67. 67. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington
  68. 68. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington
  69. 69. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington ACTION STEPS 1) Ask members about unique assets 3 days post registration 2) Find/label contributions that make members unique 3) Assign members to areas to contribute their assets
  70. 70. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington SUMMARY 1) Make the community more exclusive 2) Give members an immediate ego-hit 3) Create sub-groups off the platform 4) Write tiny victories to celebrate 5) Have a fight 6) Ask members about their assets - and use them
  71. 71. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington SUMMARY 1) Make the community more exclusive 2) Give members an immediate ego-hit 3) Create sub-groups off the platform 4) Write tiny victories to celebrate 5) Have a fight 6) Ask members about their assets - and use them
  72. 72. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington SUMMARY 1) Make the community more exclusive 2) Give members an immediate ego-hit 3) Create sub-groups off the platform 4) Write tiny victories to celebrate 5) Have a fight 6) Ask members about their assets - and use them
  73. 73. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington SUMMARY 1) Make the community more exclusive 2) Give members an immediate ego-hit 3) Create sub-groups off the platform 4) Write tiny victories to celebrate 5) Have a fight 6) Ask members about their assets - and use them
  74. 74. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington SUMMARY 1) Make the community more exclusive 2) Give members an immediate ego-hit 3) Create sub-groups off the platform 4) Write tiny victories to celebrate 5) Have a fight 6) Ask members about their assets - and use them
  75. 75. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington SUMMARY 1) Make the community more exclusive 2) Give members an immediate ego-hit 3) Create sub-groups off the platform 4) Write tiny victories to celebrate 5) Have a fight 6) Ask members about their assets - and use them
  76. 76. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington SUMMARY 1) Make the community more exclusive 2) Give members an immediate ego-hit 3) Create sub-groups off the platform 4) Write tiny victories to celebrate 5) Have a fight 6) Ask members about their assets - and use them
  77. 77. FeverBee Community Consultancy @RichMillington CONTACT http://www.feverbee.com Twitter: @RichMillington richard@feverbee.com Website: e-mail:
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FeverBee founder Richard Millington will take you through 5 rarely used ideas from social science to build successful sub-groups in your community.

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