So I am here at yet another conference – the ever wonderful National Coalition on Dialogue and Deliberation. I just had to post this as soon as I saw it in the swag bag – TrustTalk (tm) – everybody’s talkin’ about it…
- Trust in the works place
- But what is it?
- Which one of the hundreds of models of trust do you want to adopt?
- How do you help a team talk about trust and collaboration without it turning into therapy? Or so squishy that no one knows what it means?
- We’ve done the research for you!
So if you want I can bring this nifty little deck to our next Identity Gang meeting and we can see what it might add to our thinking about trust…catch is that the deck of cards cost $75. I am up for it if others thing it might be worth a shot.
I also find that my entire lens – frame of looking at everything is impacted by ‘identity’ and the work of our community in addressing it on the web. I don’t know if I will ever look at the world the same again.
Back to NCDD… I heard rave reviews about there first conference 4 years ago. I went to there second one 2 years ago and now I am here at number three and liking it so far. This year I am presenting on Social Media Tools: How They Fit Together Supporting Community & Conversation. At the very end I might mention why SSO would be cool but this is more about how it can help fit all those tools together.
And for those of you who are tracking these things this will be the fourth one in the last seven days (OSCON, BlogHer, Advocacy Developer 3 and now the National Coalition on Dialogue and Deliberation) [and for those of you concerned about this trend I am not going anywhere beyond they Bay Area until the 16th then I am on vacation for a week at a ‘leadership workshop at a heavenly retreat center’ then it back to FooCamp and off to Burning Man]