5 Rules in Community

Their community creates meaning in people`s lives. They have a responsibility to them. Don`t spoil it. Sharing personal information of employees or members of the Redhill community (including, but not limited to, photos, real names, gender, age, home address, phone number, email address) on Discord, forums, social channels or in-game is strictly prohibited. The public republication of private cats and the public identification of their paternity are prohibited. Accuracy is important. It is not recommended to create multiple accounts in the community. If you change schools, institutions or places of work, please update your existing Company account here instead of creating a new account. To merge your duplicate accounts, please send an email to community@ngs.org with all the email addresses you used to create your accounts.

Be generous in what you give and grateful in what you receive. Shout, throw parties, and celebrate every little thing along the way. Their achievements as a community are what keep people going. Earlier this year, when I launched Co-Matter, I reflected on the principles that guide my understanding of what makes a great community. It`s hard to be a good community manager if you`re not privately present on social media platforms and don`t know the community you`re interacting with. This Statement describes the rules for members of the Company`s website under www.nationalgeographic.org who register («Community») and upload materials, post comments, or provide any other content («Member Content») to the Service. The Company expects its community members to comply with the following rules («Community Guidelines») on www.nationalgeographic.org and all other websites operated by the Company, including but not limited to community.nationalgeographic.org. Familiarize yourself with the policies of social media platforms to avoid possible mistakes.

For example, if you read the terms of use of the Facebook page, you know that running a Tag & Share contest on Facebook can cause serious damage to your customer`s profile. To learn more about Facebook`s contest rules, click here. Note: The above rules were inspired by the 10 golden rules of lomography. Lomography was the first community I worked with, and these rules inspired my thinking along the way. A big thank you to Lomography for creating a movement in 1991 that continues to thrive today. This rule is quite explicit. We want this community to be a beautiful place where people can spend time and talk about Nine to Five without stress or anxiety. Being respectful, helping others and generally behaving like an adult is highly appreciated. Use this community to your advantage! Don`t be shy and be welcoming. Remember: give, give, give, get. Help your fellow members and the favors will be fully reciprocal! Treat your community as a culture: a system of beliefs, norms, and rituals that is much larger than yourself, any person, medium, or platform.

This will save you a lot of headaches. If you are harassed by community members, please contact a moderator or administrator immediately. When you lead a community, you have to accept that things aren`t working the way you want them to. People are complicated. It has to be taken care of. If you don`t like it, don`t do it. Administrators, moderators, and the Redhill team reserve the right to sanction community members for violating the above rules in their sole discretion. The same goes for your community. Focus on people who really care about your vision. Invest in every person. The foundation you build at the beginning will take you far into the future.

Do what you promise. Specify the policies so that others can do the same. You are ready to build a community of trust: the most valuable asset you can achieve. Racist, sexist, homophobic or otherwise hateful behaviour, such as rudeness, unnecessary inflammatory messages or any form of trolling, is strictly prohibited; as well as sexual, vulgar, discriminatory or offensive remarks. Any harassment of the Nine to Five team is also strictly prohibited and will result in temporary or permanent dismissal. Avoid using inappropriate or offensive usernames. All of the above rules apply to these. Links to the Nine to Five communityRead the full community rules below. It`s not a community when people can`t participate. Participating means: creating something together, sharing knowledge, contributing to a common goal. We raise the bar of expectations when it comes to a supportive community of biological mother. We are different for many reasons and that is because we are so passionate about the rules created here and our administrators are determined to make sure we all stick to them.

If you are not satisfied with the rules, do not hesitate to send us a message or do not hesitate to leave. We had women coming and going. Building a community is about building relationships. People who follow you won`t give you any indication of your relevance. The people there won`t magically find you and become engaged members of your community. First you need to show what it is. Your community will thrive through leadership. Have a clear idea of where you want to go and inspire people to accompany you on your journey.

IF you are accepted as a member of this community, you agree to the RULES of this community. We reserve the right to reject any application, membership purchased or member at ANY time during their stay here in this community. If people trust you, you can go anywhere. Create a new community. Veer. Close and throw a big party. Create a strategy and goals to manage customers` social media platforms, but experiment with them sometimes. Add something different and innovative – your employer and community will appreciate it. Their task is to design the framework for people`s participation. Once it`s clear, your community is ready to roll. To start a community, you need authority in your field.

You can`t hire someone to do it for you. Thank you to everyone who helped us make the Nine to Five community a beautiful place. – Having conversations when things are quiet and help build a positive and sharing community This community is a safe place where people can spend time and talk about Nine to Five without worrying about political arguments or jokes.