Recently, Jason texted me the title of a conference session he was sitting in—Social Capital: Using ONA to Unleash Potential Across an Organization. He added, “this is a good sign.” We have been thinking, talking, and writing about social capital for several years now, and while our message has always been well received on the… Continue reading What Does Your Network Look Like?
Joe, Something I’ve been thinking about lately is the affect that our network of relationships might be having on our thinking and our point of view. Thanks to the internet and social web, information is being created and shared at a pace today that makes the head spin. The amount of content available for consumption… Continue reading Who is Shaping your Thinking?
Joe, I know that it was with great admiration and respect you nominated Jason Seiden as an honorary Talent Anarchist. Clearly, this is a designation that we take very seriously since we have not until now even considered bestowing that designation on anyone. However, having read your nomination and considering what I know about Jason,… Continue reading Jason Seiden Named Honorary Talent Anarchist
Joe, Good guidance on places to start in the creation of social capital for the HR Leader in your last post. However, I think that I’d challenge that you first bullet should be expanded beyond connecting with only internal peers to connecting with “my organization.” Granted, peers is a broad term, but I would argue… Continue reading Social Capital – HR’s Secret Weapon – Part 3
Jason- I do agree, with one exception. I do think it is important to post a picture, but I do not think that it needs to be a picture of yourself. There are a handful of people that I follow on Twitter that use other images and they happen to be images that “fit” with… Continue reading It is "social" networking….