Empowering Others in a Web 2.0 Environment- Things You Can Do Today

Posted by Jim / on 02/02/2010 / 1 Comment

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Note: make longer replies and replies with links at the discussion post: Empowering Others in a Web 2.0 Environment- Things You Can Do Today

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@CoachDawn, A Twitter friend, Tweeted this today:

"As we Look Ahead into the Next Century, Leaders will be those who Empower others." ~Bill Gates #quote (RT @EricKurit) ✔

What are your ways to empower others?  In Family, business, community and especially in a web 2.0 environment.  

  • Are there differences in how you empower others between web 2.0 and F2F collaboration andteam building?
  • If the technique is the same, do you need to deliver it differently in the web 2.0 environment?
  • Are there potential pitfalls in the web 2.0 environment that don't exist F2F or are magnified in the online environment?
  • Are there potential pitfalls in the web 2.0 environment that don't exist F2F or are magnified in the online environment?
  • Are there techniques that work F2F but not in a web 2.0 environment?
  • Do some work in 2.0 but not F2F?

I put a discussion item with the same name up also so the responses can be accessed easier over time.  Also, if you want to include links (please do) you can include them in discussion responses better.  Here is the discussion Link  Empowering Others in a Web 2.0 Environment- Things You Can Do Today to post comments and links.

The image is from this blog post http://juditheglaser.blogspot.com/2009/10/can-i-trust-you.html .  The blog fits into the subject matter here very well.

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  • Jim says:

    I have been wondering about: If the technique is the same, do you need to deliver it differently in the web 2.0 environment? I cannot think of any technique that does not have at least a small adaptation for the environment. Can anyone else?

    February 2, 2010 at 4:20 PM | Permalink

 

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