When you join an online community and a workspace it is similar to entering the organization's premises for the first time. It is helpful to have guidelines and recommendations on how to adjust and become a community member. Let's start.
As the world grows more digitally connected, people are interacting in ways they never have before. As a result, the process of building communities – coming together with people across cultures to share goals and ideas – is more important than ever before.
This is a community we build together, and we need your help to make it the best it can be.
The goal of this community is to enable work and support for every community to achieve its objectives. In addition, OSCE's communities can help develop connections and mutually beneficial ties between all members, to promote goodwill in the community, and to stimulate interest and enhance involvement through increased opportunities for engagement.
In order to meet the goals of this community, it’s important for members to feel like they are in a safe place that is populated by people with shared interests. As such, we request that you read and adhere to the guidelines that follow.
Ask questions. One of the key obstacles to effective collaboration is being afraid to ask or communicate your opinion. The online community is the place to ask and express your opinion about work and
space's topics. More information = better decisions.
Share your ideas about the topics that could improve your community's work. Shared ideas could spark innovations and creativity.
Search for your answer before starting a new topic in your space. Chances are someone has had the same problem, and there will be a solution already available.
Give to take, and share your knowledge. If you think you may help another member, then we'd love you to post it. If someone has helped you, click 'Like.' Small gesture but helps.
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