Here are some of my more popular recent tweets.
Take a look, if you are not a Tweeter, you will get a good idea of how I use it by browsing the list of micro-posts.
Learning Not Blame -- “Inquiry” Not “Inquisition.” We Can Work With This in Getting Back to Some Form of Normal. @billkaplankm https://buff.ly/2S6wrP2
The real task of leadership is to confront people with their freedom. - Peter Block https://buff.ly/3eHKJ2A #ConversationalLeadership
How does After Action Review build emotional resilience? by @JudyWalker5 https://buff.ly/2KpaAy1 #aars #aar /after action reviews are so undervalued
Fake News? Learn to recognize common indicators of fake news, understand the consequences of careless sharing, and learn to become a fact-checker. https://buff.ly/3eoAYWN /a really useful guide, should become part of the school curriciuum
How can we humanise online meetings to be more human and social, with less pressure to absorb data and instruction? Can we take more risks, show more feeling and be less focussed on instructing, explaining and teaching? @johnniemoore https://buff.ly/2xWmNra
Three webinars/recordings on Leadership from Ron Heifetz, Jennifer Garvey Berger & Amy Edmondson https://buff.ly/2JuCfNN /each one of these speakers is a thought leader in their own field, Ron/leadership, Jennifer/complexity & Amy/psychological safety #ConversationalLeadership
In the Digital Fray, Don't Just Converse. Collaborate. | Katrina Pugh @katrinapugh https://buff.ly/3dHpFc0 #KM #KMers #KnowledgeManagement #ConversationalLeatdership #KnowledgeCafe #ConversationalWisdom /great article from Katrina
Are you open to being wrong? Intellectual humility, Dunning Kruger and foxes and hedgehogs… https://buff.ly/2vfVovW
A contextual conversation is better than a predefined meeting @Tim_Denning https://buff.ly/3aa3MiG /ditch the pitch https://buff.ly/3a7eG8R
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