Originally published at: <strong>https://www.feverbee.com/faithevidence/</strong><br><br>I spent two weeks in San Francisco interviewing 20+ community professionals from companies big and small. They split into two separate groups.
Group one were largely from the start-up sector. They had a strong level of internal support for the community. The CEO believed community was important and core principles trickled down. Most CEOs in this sector were more worried about sustaining attention than profit. Let’s call these the ‘blind faithers’. They trust the community is essential to relationships and keeping an audience’s attention.