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 Fellows have already turned their attention to the challenge with two major discussions in the Linkedin group. Fellows have already turned their attention to the challenge with two major discussions in the Linkedin group.
  
-Item for the RSA Board awayday: a mission we can understand Summary of discussion 26 Fellows, over 150 comments +Item for the RSA Board awayday: a mission we can understand ​ [Summary of discussion](http://​bit.ly/​ZD29nM) ​26 Fellows, over 150 comments 
-Here’s CEO Matthew Taylor’s vision for FRSAs. What’s yours? Summary of discussion and the following key points. 15 Fellows, over 70 comments +Here’s CEO Matthew Taylor’s vision for FRSAs. What’s yours? ​ [Summary of discussion](http://​bit.ly/​143Mr3H) ​and the following key points. 15 Fellows, over 70 comments
-Key points from the Linkedin discussion about Fellowship:+
  
-there is a lot of enthusiasm for developing more Fellow-led projects and activities to contribute to the RSA’s overall purpose, as Matthew Taylor hoped for in his post +Comments include:
-however, rather than just identifying specific tip-of-the-iceberg projects as contributing to the purpose, we should take account of the overall contribution that the work of Fellows can make where that has been supported by networking within RSA and other support +
-in order to achieve that greater contribution,​ we need much better networking and support. This may be some sort of communication and innovation hub, plus well-facilitated online and offline spaces, specifically to serve Fellows +
-while the RSA has overall to pursue the charitable objects defined in its Charter, the notion of constraining Fellows’ individual activities as charitable does not make sense, and is not motivating +
-in order to retain, motivate and recruit Fellows we need a way of blending the achievement of some overall purpose with personal and professional development and learning … in ways that are relevant to the individual.+
  
-[Back to RSA networks ​and engagement](netengage)+* there is a lot of enthusiasm for developing more Fellow-led projects and activities ​to contribute to the RSA’s overall purpose, as Matthew Taylor hoped for in his post 
 +* however, rather than just identifying specific tip-of-the-iceberg projects as contributing to the purpose, we should take account of the overall contribution that the work of Fellows can make where that has been supported by networking within ​RSA and other support 
 +* in order to achieve that greater contribution,​ we need much better networking and support. This may be some sort of communication and innovation hub, plus well-facilitated online and offline spaces, specifically to serve Fellows 
 +* while the RSA has overall to pursue the charitable objects defined in its Charter, the notion of constraining Fellows’ individual activities as charitable does not make sense, and is not motivating 
 +* in order to retain, motivate and recruit Fellows we need a way of blending the achievement of some overall purpose with personal and professional development and learning … in ways that are relevant to the individual.
  
 +[Back to RSA networks and engagement](netengage)
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