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RepsCampus CampaignFirefox Student Ambassadors (FSA)Coaches/Mentors
MLN (Mozilla Learning Network)
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Personal Leadership Competency #1 Narrative (Communication)
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How, where, what, why and with whom we communicate as a leader:
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https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Vfo31yU5aBJH_fA5-e9HqUCKxxOPTjbaiNurEj6r2pg/edit
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Sub Competency A) SHARING
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Clearly choosing the platform in which we communicate our stories and with whom we share our stories (Where and how we share our information at Mozilla)
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Sub Competency B) STORYTELLING
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Demonstrating how to choose the means of communication to express ourselves in a relevant and timely fashion. Choosing how and when we tell our stories. Demonstrating the ability to interpret the world around us to create meaning.
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Sub Competency C) CURATION
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Curation focuses on three states: discovery, perception and interpretation. Discovery is about how we find things out, Perception’s about seeing the structure and Interpretation is about finding the meaning, contextualising it to our reality. Curation is an active skill, not a passive one: it’s about identifying gaps in skills and knowledge and plugging them, but also about building communities and networks. Curation is a continuous process, forming a foundation for the stories we tell.
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Personal Leadership Competency #2 : Engagement or Participation Competency
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