The science of ProSocial focuses on fostering social conditions where individual and group interests are integrated and balanced, such that cooperative behaviors are reinforced above selfish ones. Prosocial groups act as a single organism, rather than a collection of individuals.
Build Capacity: Scaling your network without burning out
For our event exploring how networks scale, we spoke with Jessie Huang, Jay Carmona, and our product strategist, Ana Jamborcic. We came away with three key principles to help a network grow: work out loud, uncover and celebrate invisible work, and create clear boundaries. Here are our takeaways.
Clear the way: Engaging your network without burning out
We recently hosted an insightful conversation with three amazing network coordinators: Jia (Carol) Xu, Ph.D, Jay Carmona, and Lauren Hebert. We discussed relational resilience, the dreaded bottleneck position, and the party-like feeling you find in a healthy, engaged network. Here are our takeaways.
National Science Foundation
Seed funding for Socialroots is through a cooperative agreement with "America's Seed Fund", powered by the NSF (SBIR). This funding supports research on the technical and the very human challenges of communication, teaming, and leadership that define the hard problems of cross-group coordination.
Turning Community Engagement Inside Out
Are you making efforts to towards effective community engagement? Do you invite everyone, offer many roads for many interests? Do you count email subscribers, social media followers, or other metrics? Do you need to know what is most important to your community? If so, these thoughts are for you.