Where Do You Find Ideas and Insight? #TChat Preview
- Tim McDonald
- On July 21, 2013
by Tim McDonald
July 21, 2013
(Editor’s Note: Looking for the #TChat Recap from this week? See this post: Lessons From a Free-Rand Learning Community.)
Our Best Source of Wisdom: You!
One of the most powerful benefits of professional communities like TalentCulture is the ability to tap into individual minds in real time, for the benefit of all. That’s a primary reason why I’m drawn to community management. It’s exhilarating and very rewarding to be part of a collaborative learning process. And this week at our #TChat Twitter forum, we’re taking that concept in a special direction.
Instead of asking guest experts to discuss their insights with us on #TChat Radio and Twitter, we’re asking YOU to share YOUR wisdom. Specifically, we want to know what sources of professional information and ideas are most beneficial to you…and why. (See our 6 key questions below.)
Let me kick-off the conversation with an example from my life. Earlier this year, I read a book that deeply resonated with me, as someone who’s life revolves around connections. The book is “Your Network Is Your Net Worth,” by Porter Gale. To understand more about why I recommend it, read a post from my blog, or watch my #TChat “sneak peek” video below…
Your Opinions Matter!
Every answer you share with us will help kick-start a new “Resources” section for TalentCulture.com. And, of course, your feedback about #TChat topics will help us shape the community throughout the coming year.
So don’t be shy — we welcome your ideas this week, and every week!
#TChat Twitter: What Informs And Inspires You — And Why?
A Very Special Conversation: Wed, July 24 at 7pmET / 4pmPT
Join us on the #TChat stream, as we gather your ideas and recommendations, based on these 6 questions:
Q1: What 1-2 “must read” books would you recommend to a business peer? Why?
Q2: What 1-2 blogs are most indispensable to you, professionally? Why?
Q3: What 1-2 socially active thought leaders are most influential in your life? Why?
Q4: What are your 1-2 “go-to” tools for managing social connections or information? Why?
Q5: What prior #TChat topics have helped you most? Why?
BONUS: What topics would you like #TChat to explore in the future?
Throughout the week, we’ll keep the discussion going on the #TChat Twitter feed and on our new LinkedIn Discussion Group. So please join us share your recommendations — before, during and after the Wednesday event.
We’ll see you on the stream!
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