Carry Metkowski, part design thinker, part producer, part coach, part prayin’ Mama – fueled by 100% chutzpah and intuition. Whether it’s from her years producing products and services at ChartHouse Learning Home of the FISH! Philosophy, or building film-based learning programs with folks like Marshall Goldsmith and Richard Leider - It’s her mission in life to help people contribute to a workplace where they feel they can do their best work.
The Art and Science of Engagement
Social scientists have managed to define it, but the jury is still out on a repeatable set of conditions needed to create it. In this session, we will take an unorthodox approach at examining what science is available behind Engagement. To do this, we will deconstruct a popular Facebook post using, of all things, a logic algorithm.
Working backwards through the humorous story of how this posted picture came into existence, we will see there’s a fairly predictable set of conditions, which provide a foundation for us to engage personally, engage as a team or group and engage as an audience. We will then rework the algorithm forward in real-time to see the conditions repeated with a live Kiva project, and verify these conditions of Engagement easier than we think.
The Facebook Post will help us see in real time:
Conditions for us to personally engage:
In Conclusion, Engagement is not rocket science, but rather a choice we can and do make for ourselves on a daily basis.
To learn more about Carry and her work visit her website HERE.
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