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Reputation and Reward #WorkingOutLoud

Day four of writing this week, and it’s been by far the most productive day: i have the structure far more sorted, so was able to settle in to fill some gaps. 1,091 more words


#WorkingOutLoud On The Dynamic Change Book

I’ve put this week fully aside as i work towards completing a first draft (alpha, early stage, preliminary and suitably caveated) manuscript of the next book… 367 more words


A Personal Story About Flexibility

This is quite long, so here is the TL:DR (too long; didn’t read) version:

I love the idea of workplace flexibility, I just wish everyone had the same definition of it as me… 693 more words

Story + Narrative

What did you say? Working Out Loud

I’ve been thinking for a while about blogging about my work, tweeting about what I do at work, and how much I should share or what people would be interested in. 293 more words


Work Changes Culture

Work changes culture, not words. The future of work needs action to create new ways of working together. Creating new value requires people to do more than communicate. 341 more words



Becky Benishek is Social Media and Community Manager for the Crisis Prevention Institute, the global leader in behavior management training. She talks to us about the role of working out loud in external Yammer communities at the Crisis Prevention Institute. 846 more words