If you took a quick trip through the archives of this blog you would probably notice that we facilitate a lot of workshops and presentations (both for our clients, but also at public events and conferences), especially on topics that encourage sustainability and social innovation.
With that in mind we’re delighted to be running our first stand-alone workshop on 28 & 29 March 2012 on these themes. Zumio associate Allison Heller, the wonderful Connie Comber at Re-Imagine Business and I have teamed up to develop a two-day program that ties together our combined learnings into what we hope will be an engaging set of sessions for business owners and managers.
From the workshop blurb:
Business models for driving profitability are changing.
Customer loyalty, high performance teams and strong business networks are increasingly reliant on collaboration and building long-term relationships.
Businesses need to be engaged in the new socially-networked economy and that means accepting greater transparency and adopting socially-aware values and principles.
Clients and communities expect more of businesses today.
This workshop will:
- Provide you with an overview of latest trends shaping the business sector: collaboration, shared value and harnessing the power of the socially-networked economy to your advantage.
- Lead you through a series of case studies of businesses that have been transformed to build resilience and achieve sustainable growth.
- Provide you with practical tools to develop a resilience-based business strategy to drive new market opportunities.
The first day will focus on the clear trends impacting the business community, representing both risks and opportunities depending on an organisation’s preparedness. The second day will focus on specific case studies of local and international businesses that are harnessing these trends and getting ahead of the curve.
As with all of our workshops, the two days will emphasise interactive and hands-on activities to help apply the key principles and learnings that emerge from the sessions in a practical way.
There’s more detail over at the event booking page. We’d be delighted to hear any feedback you have on the event and outline.
And you can get a 5% discount by using the discount code “earlybird” before 9 Mar 2012.
P.S. if you think someone else might be interested, we’ve got a PDF flyer you can send around or print (if you must) that contains all the essentials.