Workshops & Webinars
Sharing and conveying information that sticks
In the past six months, we’ve been asked to help deliver workshops on digital transformation, careers in construction, age and medicine, eco-architecture, tourism strategies and new thinking in big data. Whatever the topic, we create platforms and formats that get the very best out of experts and audiences.
The always possible network includes 100s of specialists on every 21st century topic. When curated and designed by our award-winning events team, complex information becomes tangible, practical and useful things to do.
We work with businesses, universities and public services to get critical ideas in front of the right people, and to open up avenues of dialogue and co-operation through workshops that cut through the noise.
Getting under the skin of your team
Every single piece of strategy, research or organisational development work we do starts with a workshop.
It all starts with getting to know each other. And good biscuits.
We’ll either come to you, or provide a beautiful seaside imagination space, or we can meet online. For a 3-hour structured workshop, in which we’ll work with your team to nail down:
- Why people need you
- What value you create
- Who for
- How you know
- Where you could do more of it
In a short time, you will have more confidence, some key recommendations, and a shared language around what to do next. You may then have everything you need to move forward.
But if you want more help, we’ll then be able to build a bespoke plan for you, unlocking more of our development tools.
If you can imagine it, and you believe it, we can work out how to do it.
And more importantly, you’ll be able to measure it and shout about it.
SOME PEOPLE WE WORK WITH
I just wanted to say a big thank you for yesterday, I don’t think it could have gone any better! You have a wonderful inclusive style of facilitation and leadership, and a wealth of knowledge in the sector in which we work. I look forward to reading the notes and seeing how we can take this forward.
Rachael Swann, Grassroots Suicide Prevention