Tag: Community

photo by Britt Reints

Using listening to show courage and break silos

In our biweekly call last week, we reminded ourselves that courage is incredibly personal and individual. We briefly discussed how the context a person is in determines the definition of courage and then started talking about intellectual courage specifically. For intellectual courage, we talked a bit about continuing on your path, even when met with pessimism or difficulties. Steve suggested… Read more →

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A Sneak Peak at the Planet 4 Content Strategy

For the Planet 4 project, we’ve committed to working openly. There are plenty of opportunities to contribute to the content, design and development of the new Greenpeace.org. Our vision is to co-create this new online presence with you – the hundreds of thousands of supporters, volunteers and staff members that make up the global Greenpeace Community. Starting on July 19th… Read more →

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Social norms: “professionalism”

I’m not sure if it came from a guidance counselor or my parents or some sort of magical “install social norm” button, but somewhere along the lines I learned these things about professionalism: Dress appropriately Don’t curse Don’t interrupt Don’t question people above you in the hierarchy These tips are subjective and truncated. I started thinking about how personality and… Read more →

Mostly Wins in the Community Call

I switched the technology for the February 2nd Story Community call and that was kind of a fail. We’ll be switching back to the IT Support-sanctioned Life-size Cloud. This time we tried Zoom, which is cool, but turns proprietary after 30 minutes. Our lively group got kicked out of the room mid-call, which was annoying. Also I forgot to hit the… Read more →