We had 10 minutes, and it was plenty to grab ahold of Social Media concepts for business. Using the theme of abundance, these professional coaches made it easy, using a new (to them) format of “Open Space Technology.”
I was the facilitator of a session named: SOCIAL BUSINESS FOR CONNECTION, LIVELIHOOD and FUN for the West Michigan Coaches Forum, along with colleague, Peggy Caputo.
So much was generated in a short time including networking and generating business planning connections. We all jumped right in to help each other learn to apply social media lessons we’ve been learning, with energy!
SO. MUCH. WIN! Abundance in a 21st century world!
A sample of photos are below of the professional coaches in Open Space. Two recent clients groups that used Open Space with Deb, effectively, are here: 1) a museum group and a 2) cultural advocacy group.
A video snippet of our social media summary handout (download-able in Word) on the LCR strategy for social business: 3 Crucial Elements to Turn Social into Business (A .pdf version is also here: 3 Crucial Elements to Turn Social into Business (PDF) )
Peggy doing fast work to set up the Marketplace for Open Space groups in the first 3-4 minutes
Videos, camera, sound and networking to help each other.
Photos and session by Deb Nystrom, Reveln Consulting.
You can also download a sample Open Space handout on my Tools page here. Look near the top of the page for the download link.
A sample of Open Space in 30 seconds is here:
To learn more about how to help organizations:
- deal with urgent problems
- build engagement, increase productivity and a sense of team
- increase ability to create and innovate
Contact me here for more info on how this process creates high engagement, commitment to results and fits 21st century needs.
Deb continues her work as a Change & Performance Strategist, Facilitator | Org. Dev. Consultant | Team Coach | Executive Coach | Social Media Coach with her own firm, REVELN Consulting and as a Senior Partner with Ideas for Action, LLC.
My popular LinkedIn post on horse-guided leadership development is here, also used in an Open Space format.