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Peggy Hoffman

Great post and I keep seeing the techniques as having value in many different presentation scenarios including one on change management I'm putting together. The wikitation is one of the best and I look forward to exploring.

Beth

Ping me when you share your slides - would love to see your presentation.  B

Nigel (Qube Media)

Great stuff... not for profits have so much to gain from using social media... it allows them to mobilise a lot of people to work together, hopefully for social good.

Robin Mohr

Thanks for sharing your learning experience - I made some notes for the next time I lead a large workshop.

Back to social media content. Reading through the slides made me realize that I don't have a good idea about how to share what I'm hearing in my listening project with other managers/our exec dir. Do you have an earlier post about that or could you write one?

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