When i wrote my first book, ‘Exploring the World of Social Learning‘, i started it by saying how we live in a grey space: between the formal worlds of work and the social lives we inhabit outside of it. Increasingly, it’s hard to differentiate. We work at home and play at work. Everything about the technology and infrastructure that we interact with drives us deeper into this grey space, and that provides us with a unique set of challenges if we want to be socially responsible businesses, if we want to be fair as leaders.
Just because we can see everything, does it mean we should look?
Who owns these spaces? Is the act of broadcast enough justification for the act of listening? Should we ever turn a blind eye?
Consider these scenarios:
Someone in your team is late for work on Monday, but you know from…
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