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Bernd Siewert 👨‍🚀🤾🏼‍♂️ Jun 27
A6 the community management needs to be lead from within the community. Everything else will never work
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Wendy Lamin May 16
A6: Lead by example. How to influence this? Handholding, some gamification in C-Suite, nudging, WIIFM (What's In It For Me) showcasing...
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Stefanie Rander Feb 7
Replying to @ESNchat
Who said:"what happens if we train our people and then they leave? What happens if we don't and they stay?" Or:"Can we afford to train our people? Can we afford not to? " ... Sounds reason enough for me :-)
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Jeffrey Roe Jan 31
Had a blast talking social learning during today's ! Thanks so much to , and for hosting. Looking forward to the next one! 🙂
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Daniel Leonard Jul 18
A2: Have regularly used video conferencing. With differing results. Definitely lacks something from being there, but way better than voice only.
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Sarabeth Urech is Meeting Unrealistic Expectations Jun 6
A2. We have multiple champion networks and groups that share lessons learned, but centrally we are looking to potentially build a way to exchange.
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Marion Gerbitz Dec 20
i was inspired by: who made me opening a Twitter account, my wol_tapas Group: thanks to & who was so convincing with Storytelling
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Miguel Zlot May 30
A3) they can be anywhere provided someone is getting value from them. I prefer the most open and transparent form that more people can gain value from.
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Noah Sparks Jul 25
Lately many have video on by default. Not sure if that is working in human ways but it's an attempt. We also play games together.
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Lori Harrison-Smith Jul 25
A1: We push back as much as possible on ghostwriting. It's important for our leaders to be who they are – not to be scripted.
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Amy Dolzine May 30
A3: well isn't that a tricky wicket. I don't know. Can I say chats that become conversations that lead to collaborations?
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Amy Dolzine May 30
A4: - be human. Be real. Bring your weird. Be the change you want to see in your network. Treat the people in your virtual world the way you want to be treated. Ask real questions. Give real answers. Know when to push for more, and when to hold back for a private convo.
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Thomas Schmidt Jun 13
Replying to @Katha_Pe @MagnusRode
It's a question of mindset and if any hierarchy supports grassroot, that's definately needed for success.
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Paul Miller Feb 21
Email is a surviver - like intranets
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Bruno Winck Jan 24
better support of remote, off-hours, async communication, non textual messages
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HRness.in May 30
Replying to @ESNchat
A3: . Between Chats / Collaboration / Conversations - for the purpose of generating analytics like ONA, Collaboration would be most relevant (assuming we're referring to sustained cross-functional engagement over a period of time to address a specific problem). 1/3
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Ragnar Heil Apr 4
Replying to @ESNchat
Q4) involve Corp Communications and C-Level ASAP which share why ESN is offering extra value. Reuse as many assets and training nuggets you can, share them immediately
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Benedikt Pape Feb 7
I very much enjoyed using today. It allows filtering for hashtag tweets, but excluding retweets and I disabled notifications on likes etc. this made it a very relaxed experience today. Seeing dozens of interactions afterwards is even greater! Thx all!
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Jim Canto Jun 27
Pardon me for butting in, but I've never participated in ... and cruising through the activity, I see Valdis, Luis, Rachel... and I know I've seen Dion on this channel. Imma have to make a concerted effort to get in here. 🤓
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Joachim Niemeier Jun 27
A twitter chat with an "overtime" session shows that the discussions are exciting ;-)
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