WARNING, social netWORK AHEAD

Learning Cafe

I’ve been reading with interest recent articles and blog posts proclaiming that social practices won’t work in the enterprise. Posts such as ‘ You ready to fail at social networking ’ and the excellent post from Jeevan Joshi ’4 reasons why employee social learning will fail at work ‘, have really made me think and reflect on the hype surrounding social business and more specifically the rise of social networks / communities within the work environment.

Social networking & the workplace

eFront

Dan Pontefract’s recent blog post on companies (not) allowing Facebook at work has prompted me to dust off the topic of how social helps companies get the business of communicating, collaborating and learning done – and hence the business of business done! What most do not realize is that “some 70% of the extra profit to be made through social technologies has nothing to do with marketing. Social is not a feature. Social is not an application.

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Learning from others through Enterprise Social Networks (ESN)

Matrix

Observational learning is a major component of Bandura’s social learning theory. Not only does that take some of the new job jitters away but establishes a foundation of trust that can prove very helpful in speeding up the onboarding process. Social learning through networks. Social learning occurs pretty much all the time these days. This is why within the workplace, L&D departments are often incorporating social learning into their programs.

On building trust

Clark Quinn

My post last week was on trust , and it triggered a question on LinkedIn: “Do you have any tips, processes, models, suggestions, etc. for building trust within a team?” So here’re some thoughts on building trust. When you’re focused on building trust, get the culture right, and the rest follows. The post On building trust appeared first on Learnlets. social strategy

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Developing a Results Driven Curriculum

XYZ Fire Association is a network of. Through their network, they identified a. build trust. morale and trust. trust in her team. largest brands including DropBox, Facebook, BP and Credit Suisse transform. Developing a. Results-Driven. Curriculum.

Putting Trust First

Learning Rebels

What does this have to do with trust? My trust was shaken when I entered the door and spotted no less than three signs (two of which were stenciled on the door) about what I couldn’t do in the store. As people do nowadays, I made mention of my experience on Facebook. In essence, this talk was centered around customer service and the importance of trust and how our actions, more than our words, project trust on the people around us. Eroding Trust.

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Why your Enterprise Social Network is your most valuable social learning platform

Jane Hart

In the workplace, social learning comes through social collaboration. Social learning is a natural everyday phenomenon; simply put, we learn from our colleagues as we work with them. For this reason the new enterprise social platforms (like Enterprise Social Networks (ESNs) that underpin social collaboration are your most valuable social learning platforms. Social learning

Trust (Why is Trust so Important for Application Development?)

KMI Learning

Trust: The Fundamental, Indispensable, Vital Component of Application Development that (Almost) Nobody Talks About. Trust in our product or service is a basic key to success. The Covid-19 pandemic has only exacerbated the problem, further eroding what little trust is left.

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Trust--The Cornerstone of Collaboration

ID Reflections

This started with a conversation on Facebook, that went to Buzz and came back to FB again. The post is an attempt to begin an analysis of what is required to build and maintain trust and thus facilitate collaboration. Paul on FB : Just made a comment back on Buzz - interesting conversation developing about trust, collaboration et al. :-) Paul on Buzz via Twitter : simbeckhampson: Question. What is the recipe for success when you need people to implicitly trust each other?

Make Your Social Network A Learning Tool

CLO Magazine

By understanding how informal networks communicate and collaborate, social network analysis can facilitate more effective learning program design and promote more innovative collaboration. Behind every official organization chart is a web of informal networks composed of individual relationships. Valuable resources and information flow through these networks in various ways, often outside any prescribed path or hierarchy.

Drivers of Yammer use in the corporate sector

E-Learning Provocateur

Employees presumably trust their team mates more than they do HR, IT, or whoever “owns” Yammer in the workplace. Not to mention that just about everyone knows how to use Facebook or Twitter already, so in that sense they have prior knowledge. In summary, then, we see that enterprise social networking is multifaceted. In the meantime, bear in mind that social forums grow organically. Yammer has been quite a success at my workplace.

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Top 31 Online Tools You Need For Your Facebook Ads Campaigns

learnWorlds

There is a successful recipe for tapping social media that can get you more website traffic, brand awareness, and eventually more leads, and customers. It’s called Facebook Ads. Besides it’s no secret Facebook Ads come with a lot of benefits. 1 Facebook Ads Management.

Introducing the Social Intranet Index

E-Learning Provocateur

There’s a lot of talk about social intranets these days. But what exactly is a social intranet…? Everyone seems to have a different opinion, from a human-centred platform, to the intersection between portals, team sites and social sites , to a system that ties the business’s processes and data to the employee’s social behaviour. Strangely, though, they all know how to use Facebook.

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8 Trust Factors To Build an Effective Online Course Sales Page

Client Engagement Academy

Building trust is incredibly difficult, but also the most valuable foundation of any successful business. After working with tons of online entrepreneurs, authors, speakers and bloggers from different niches, I now realize that most people just don’t know how to inspire trust. In fact, building trust in consumers is a topic that most people don’t even bother exploring, let alone devise strategies for.

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The Smart Worker : relies on a trusted network of friends and colleagues

Jane Hart

A recent article in the WebWorker Daily, Supporting milennials in the workplace , pointed out: “One interesting characteristic of Millenials … is that they tend to rely on their own resources and network of friends or colleagues to try and solve problems before going down the official support path.&#. For many people, social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and now Google+ have become important parts of their personal and professional lives in this respect.

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Drivers of Yammer use in the corporate sector

E-Learning Provocateur

Employees presumably trust their team mates more than they do HR, IT, or whoever “owns” Yammer in the workplace. Not to mention that just about everyone knows how to use Facebook or Twitter already, so in that sense they have prior knowledge. In summary, then, we see that enterprise social networking is multifaceted. In the meantime, bear in mind that social forums grow organically. Yammer has been quite a success at my workplace.

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Introducing the Social Intranet Index

E-Learning Provocateur

There’s a lot of talk about social intranets these days. But what exactly is a social intranet…? Everyone seems to have a different opinion, from a human-centred platform, to the intersection between portals, team sites and social sites , to a system that ties the business’s processes and data to the employee’s social behaviour. Strangely, though, they all know how to use Facebook.

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Recommended Reading Summary: A Chapter of “Emerging Technologies for the Classroom”

Adobe Captivate

Chapter 9: “ Like, Comment, Share: Collaboration and Civic Engagement Within Social Network Sites ,” by Greenhow and Lee, in Emerging Technologies for the Classroom: A Learning Sciences Perspective. Social media and social networking sites allow individuals and groups to collaborate and learn together. Social media has a different impact on the learning experience, compared to technology that is often utilized in the learning environment.

LMS Selection Roulette: Who Can You Trust?

Talented Learning

I bump into LinkedIn posts from learning professionals who are overwhelmed by LMS challenges. No one should have to post random SOS alerts on social forums, hoping someone will toss them an LMS lifeline. Now a new breed of LMS is ready for mobile, social and gamification at scale. So, who can you trust to point you in the right direction? The post LMS Selection Roulette: Who Can You Trust? It happens at least once a week.

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Trust me on this

Jay Cross

The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him. It all boils down to trust. To the extent that you trust workers to do the right thing, grant them the freedom to do it. How much control you give learners depends on how much you trust them to do the right thing. We trust people we can rely on, and we rely on people when we’re confident of their character and ability. Can I trust you to keep your hand out of the till? Trusting human nature.

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4 Ways to Be a Trusted Leader

Training Industry

Relationships are about trust – because trust is the foundation of connection. So, how do you infuse trust into the impression you are making? In my work, I have identified four fundamental aspects of trust: Authenticity: Law #1 is that the real you is the best you. You have to be willing to share some information about yourself, because if you are not bringing the real you, there’s no ability to connect or trust. Connect with Michelle on Twitter or Facebook

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Stuart Crabb of Facebook #ASTDTK12

Learning Visions

Facebook didn’t invent that, just created a great tool. What does it mean to be social? We’ve been doing social networking for millions of years. (He’s He’s using Facebook timeline to tell the story). 1970 Marshall McLuhan ‘the medium is the message’ 1995 The Internet 2004 Facebook and the social graph – the social layer of the internet which allows people to connect and share. YOU are the censor of your own social graph.

Resources to develop leadership in the post-COVID-19 era

CLO Magazine

When I asked executive colleagues how corporate culture can work best for them, they argued that trust is an important component of a collaborative culture that could positively contribute to developing and maintaining organizational communications. Intercompany social networks.

Web 2.0 - A Tool for Driving Performance

Bottom-Line Performance

companies deny employees access to social networking sites and 54% of HR decision makers have encountered or have had to discipline employees for wasting time on the internet(3). According to T&D magazine younger workers are already using social networking tools such as Twitter and Facebook to ask for and obtain performance feedback long before their managers sit down and have a formal meeting. 4) Social Networking: A force for Development?

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Sahana Chattopadhyay – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

ABOUT SAHANA CHATTOPADHYAY (Social Learning & Collaboration Strategist, Performance Consultant Exploring Emergent Learning, Blogger). Her passion is to help organizations become learning organizations through social and collaborative learning. She was also listed in the Top 25 Indian HR Influencers on Social Media in 2013 and 2014. Open cultures are based on transparency, participation, trust and communities.

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New Study Shows 95% of Business & Sales Leaders are Irrelevant with Key Accounts & Customers on LinkedIn

Zunos

Now that live events and in-person meetings with investors, prospects and customers are on hold, I had my team at Personal ABM take a deep look into how business leadership, sales leaders and marketing teams are engaging on LinkedIn. Where is the trust building?

L&D’s Role In A Purpose Driven Workplace

Learnnovators

Re-imagining Work and Learning in a Networked World. IMHO, a PDW is: “A community of engaged and passionate individuals working and collaborating towards a common cause, stretching themselves to achieve what often may seem impossible, viewing failures as learning and using the possibilities of a networked organization to the fullest.” The more I think, I feel that a PDW has to have the characteristics of a social business.

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Linkedin Learning Mini Review

eLearning 24-7

I should note, that you do not need a Linkedin account to use Linkedin Learning “ELearning Platform (their name)” But, I’d recommend it. Linkedin Learning. Back for Linkedin Learning this pesky system still has a high interest from a lot of folks. I mean it is a brand name, “Linkedin” and the content/courses come from “Lynda.com”, but if you are expecting a major rock star product, I’m sorry this is not it.

Falling in Love - Social Learning Way

Vignettes Learning

I was reading with amusement an article by Adam Penenberg, July 1, Fast Company about Dr Love - Paul Zak, about social networking and generosity. "In Known for years as the hormone forging the unshakable bond between mothers and their babies, oxytocin is now, thanks largely to Zak, recognized as the human stimulant of empathy, generosity, trust, and more. Do our brains react to tweeting just as they do to our physical engagement with people we trust and enjoy?"

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ID and E-Learning Links (5/8/16)

Experiencing eLearning

The More People We Connect with on LinkedIn, the Less Valuable It Becomes. Many users are beginning to discover, however, that a larger number of social network connections may be less valuable than a smaller, more intimate circle. With an enormous collection of friends or followers on a network, you lose the benefits of intimacy, discoverability, and trust, all of which can work better when you have fewer connections.

Alternatives to Facebook Groups

LearnDash

Should you be using Facebook Groups to supplement your online course? Recently one of the more common questions I have seen asked of us is whether there are any alternatives to using Facebook Groups for the community portion of an online course. I suspect that the increase in this inquiry is the result of the recent events of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. Why do we use Facebook Groups for course community building? This naturally is not the case with Facebook.

7 Ways to Build Your Credibility as an Online Instructor

LearnDash

Be active on social media. Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter are all obvious starting points for new online educators to spread the word about their program. Quora is another great social network for educators. Attend networking events.

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5 Online Engagement Strategies

Your Training Edge

Obviously, the virtual networks have their own pros and cons, which must be kept in mind while engaging your customers over such platform, in order to better engage them to achieve desired business outcomes. I have observed quite a lot of time that online social engagement keeps to fall back on the tools a business adopts for sharing and spreading brand message. Just making a page on a social platform doesn’t come up with your fulfilled obligation.

Social Media and Love

ID Reflections

The post highlights in a very straightforward, and therefore hard-hitting, terms the values and commitments one must bring in when engaging with social media. Two statements that leapt out and struck a chord with me: “Social media is your own child and once you are committed to it, you cannot stop loving it.” It’s the same with social media too. We are building relationships—of trust, of intellectual bonding, of respect.

TRUST – if L&D is to have any impact, it's vital

Charles Jennings

Trust is very important in our lives. As children we put our trust in our parents. As we grew we learned to make decisions regarding when we should trust and when we should be more circumspect. When we start a new job or project we spend time figuring out who we can turn to for advice, who we can trust, and whose advice we need to double-check. So, trust is probably at the forefront of our thinking most days. Trust is qualified in a number of ways.

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How to Run Facebook Ad Campaigns for Online Courses Successfully

learnWorlds

Running Facebook Ads is now essential for every business that wants to see growth coming. Otherwise, you might find yourself losing money while struggling to make an impact through Facebook or Instagram. But, why do I need a Facebook campaign for my school? Common Facebook Myths.

Social Media: Gathering LinkedIn Recommendations

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

by Sally Cox    My colleagues know that I am a fanatic about LinkedIn. It's my top source for work; and when I hear people complain about it, I always think, "What could I do to help them strengthen their LinkedIn profile?" " One of the most powerful features of LinkedIn is the ability to collect recommendations on your profile. If you take the time and effort to set up your LinkedIn profile correctly, it becomes your online resume.

It Took Wells Fargo One Commercial to Show the Wrong Way to Build Trust

Learnloft

Facebook has had a hellish two years from the troubling behavior of senior executives to scandals in election data and its latest privacy debacle. Since Wells Fargo and Facebook are publicly traded companies they are faced with quarterly earnings that often override doing the right thing. It is evident that these organizations are under the impression that the trust of consumers is bought.

Why it Is Important to Be a Real Leader to Your Employees

Your Training Edge

Creating a few social events may help people get to know each other better, which is definitely something beneficial in terms of your company’s performance. Start trusting your instincts more, pay a lot of attention and care to the decisions you make, and just go for it. Follow Olivia on Facebook and Twitter. eLearning Featured Featured Posts Leadership Learning & Development Talent Management best decisions build trust exceptional environment look for insights

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Podcast: Sales Training with the Brain in Mind – Mike Simmons, Co-Founder of Catalyst Sale

Learningtogo

During the interview, I mention our podcast with Dr. Paul Zak, Why Learning and Caring Go Together , which relates to the subject of trust and the neuro-transmitters involved in developing a feeling of trust towards another person. You can learn more about Mike and contact him at: LinkedIn – [link]. Podcasts brain education L&D Learning learning and development neuroscience Paul Zak podcast sales sales process sales training selling training trust

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