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  1. 1. Sector Networking May, 2008 Health Schools Gov care Agencies Media Business We hold the present Law and future of our Youth world within our circle Enfcmt of conversation. --Glenna Gerard Other Parents Civic Faith YSO
  2. 2. •What’s important to you about preventing underage drinking? •What about this issue has heart and meaning for you? www.flickr.com/photos/14446893@N08/1701619878
  3. 3. The World Cafe Hosting Conversations That Matter
  4. 4. Select two roles 1. Wisdom 2. Process Keeper Observer
  5. 5. Table Host Stays everyone else moves in silence
  6. 6. • three questions • three timed rounds Write Big Like this • Q 2-3, record response Q2 5-7 Q3 Words Photo: Romdos
  7. 7. Play! Doodle! Draw!
  8. 8. •What contributes to underage drinking in your community? Photo: Dawn Perry
  9. 9. •What, if changed, would be most likely to make a difference in reducing underage drinking? Photo: Dawn Perry
  10. 10. •What is one first step your community might take? Photo: Dawn Perry
  11. 11. From Networking to Communities of Practice Photo: incurable hippie
  12. 12. What makes a community a community? Photo: incurable hippie
  13. 13. What is a Community of Practice? •a group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and they learn how to do it better as they interact regularly Source: http://www.ewenger.com/theory/index.htm
  14. 14. What does a CoP do? • giving/receiving • Communication information • innovating together • Co-creation • gaining understanding • Clarity • working together • Collaboration • learning, practicing, applying new skills • Commitment Source: 5 C’s of Learning Partnership from Omega Point International, applied here to CoPs.
  15. 15. Its about learning. Together. In Partnership. In community. Anytime. Photo: Johnny Huh
  16. 16. Photo: Better Than Bacon
  17. 17. wade Wading Getting Oriented Rely on partners Be a partner • Photo: momboleum
  18. 18. Swimming Contribute where you can Ask questions Enjoy the splashing • Photo: Fabio Costa
  19. 19. Snorkel A bit deeper Explore Together Take learning risks Discover, learn • Photo: tatiania
  20. 20. Scuba Diving Think out loud Learn in partnership Evolve, deepening expertise Create new knowledge, best practices • Photo: SteelCityHobbies
  21. 21. Health Gov YSO Civic Youth Law care Agencies Enfcmt Media Schools Business Parents Faith Other Your Sector 14 Communities 12 Sectors each
  22. 22. Sector Discussion Health Schools Gov care Agencies Media Business Law Youth Enfcmt Other Parents Civic Faith YSO
  23. 23. • What is your sector’s unique contribution to solving the problem of underage drinking in communities? Photo: Martin LeBar
  24. 24. • What are the challenges you face and support you will need from other sectors to be successful in making your contribution? Photo: Martin LeBar
  25. 25. Report Out-Listen Deep Photo: Frank-Bunny
  26. 26. Workstation-opoly
  27. 27. Workstation-opoly • Select a fiscal agent (banker) • Select a token • You get $200 starter cash • The twist! • No buying property, houses, etc • 30 minutes to play
  28. 28. -Connect -Browse -Complete Profile -Comment/reply -Post announcement -Post files -Join group -Start a discussion -Establish a wiki page -Deeper dialogue -Inquire, discover, articulate BPs
  29. 29. How to Build Virtual Community Turn on your computer Get online - join trusted groups Meet v-neighbors - Get acquainted Lurk and learn and “friend” Engage - Contribute Listen - quot;tweetquot; - chat - blog Respond to others Invite - support - encourage - assist Be authentic Organize spaces for participation Acknowledge - cite - give credit Share what you are good at Make something and give it away Use creative commons Ask for help when you need it Create - explore - discover Share ideas and experiences Ask questions
  30. 30. Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can. --Arthur Ashe quot;You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.quot; --Buckminster Fuller Photo: artcatcher