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WoW – promotion ideas

These are boilerplate phrases for social media and/or email content to help you promote the CC Learning Week of Workshops. Be sure to share any social media postings with cclearning so that we can retweet/forward or otherwise increase the size of your audience. We encourage you to:

  • Promote the event on social media, eg linkedin, facebook, twitter, any social media medium you use to communicate with colleagues
  • Email your colleagues with one of the following descriptions of the event
  • Print the promotional flyer download here
  • Distribute to any community of interest or shared meeting, eg mentoring or coaching session.

To make it easier to connect with CC Learning here are our social media links:

Note: The hashtag we are using for this event is #CCLWoW

Current messages to promote

Video of Karen Tregaskis WoW promotion: Karen Tregaskis is presenting on Managing up to the board: working effectively to a board – getting from irritant to critical friend: https://youtu.be/dgvZDcyUbZ0

Video of Chris Matthews WoW promotion: Chris Matthews is presenting on working with demotivated teams: https://youtu.be/WjWfObehi_c

Video of Dr Cherry Vu WoW promotion: Dr Cherry Vu is presenting along with Rob England on Unlocking Organisational Agility: https://youtu.be/fMySCL6PTYA

Video of Stew Darling’s WoW promotion: Stew Darling is presenting on A crash course in being a leader and Work-life balance, https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6552073488608440321

Video of Chris Matthews about the benefits of the week of workshops: Video of how the week of workshops will benefit his organisation: https://youtu.be/xxQOKgorZss

Taster for the topics change management and investor confidence rating to be covered during the week of workshops: https://youtu.be/OhOJJQd22xw #CCLWoW book now: https://www2.cclearning.cc/week-of-workshops

Introduction

Short

Week of workshops – August 20, 21 and 22nd, 18 topics, 13 speakers, discounts available. Includes organisational development, leadership, business case, behaviour change and career development for the project, program and portfolio professional https://www2.cclearning.cc/week-of-workshops

Medium

In August (Tuesday 20th to Wednesday 22nd) CC Learning is running a week of workshops. Eighteen different topics, with 13 speakers. Discounts are available giving you up to 30% off!. Includes organisational development, leadership, business case, behaviour change and career development for the project, program and portfolio professional. To learn about the topics, speakers and discounts follow this link: https://www2.cclearning.cc/week-of-workshops

Long

In August (Tuesday 20th to Wednesday 22nd) CC Learning is running the Week of Workshops. Eighteen different topics, with 13 speakers. Discounts are available giving you up to 30% off!. We have international speaker Eileen Roden sharing with us knowledge from the UK, including her unique perspective of how projects and programs are faring against the tide of brexit and a challenging business and regulatory environment. We have local speakers too including Rose Percival and Karen Tregaskis talking about Business Case journeys and managing up to the board. Rob England and Dr Cherry Vu will be talking about Unlocking Organisational Agility while Bryan Dorn is talking about managing interagency dependencies and cross-sector benefits. Chris Matthews will help you work with demotivated teams, while Lukasz Zawilski will talk about Artificial intelligence – and how it might not affect you. Stew Darling will tell us about work-life balance and a crash course in being a leader. CC Learning’s own Dennis Pienaar will tell us about Cognitive bias and Customer Journey Mapping. There is something for everyone – and the more you book the greater the discount!

To learn about the topics, speakers and discounts follow this link: https://www2.cclearning.cc/week-of-workshops

List of workshops

List including the theme

  • Organisational development; Unlocking Organisational Agility – Rob England
  • Leadership; Managing up to the Board – Karen Tregaskis
  • Organisational development; Stepping up to portfolio management – Eileen Roden
  • Business Case; Business case – don’t make a behemoth – Eileen Roden
  • Behavioural Change; Cognitive bias – Dennis Pienaar
  • Leadership; A crash course in being a leader –Stew Darling
  • Behavioural Change; Customer Journey Mapping – Dennis Pienaar
  • Career Development; Mentor vs coach
  • Business Case; Preparing for your business case journey – Rose Percival, Sue Powell & Lisa Buchan
  • Organisational development; How effective PMOs ensure successful projects & programmes – Eileen Roden
  • Organisational development; The role, characteristics and pitfalls of project/program Sponsors – Eileen Roden
  • Organisational development; How are you responsible for benefits? – Eileen Roden
  • Leadership; Intergenerational teams – techniques, thoughts and challenges
  • Behavioural Change; Working with demotivated teams – Chris Matthews
  • Career Development; Artificial Intelligence – Lukasz Zawilski
  • Business case; Managing interagency dependencies and cross-sector benefits – Bryan Dorn
  • Leadership; Project QA, Practice Maturity, and Leadership: The three multipliers of project success – Grant Avery
  • Career Development; Work-life balance – Stew Darling

List without theme

  • Unlocking Organisational Agility – Rob England & Dr Cherry Vu
  • Managing up to the Board – Karen Tregaskis
  • Stepping up to portfolio management – Eileen Roden
  • Business case – don’t make a behemoth – Eileen Roden
  • Cognitive bias – Dennis Pienaar
  • A crash course in being a leader –Stew Darling
  • Customer Journey Mapping – Dennis Pienaar
  • Mentor vs coach
  • Preparing for your business case journey – Rose Percival, Sue Powell & Lisa Buchan
  • How effective PMOs ensure successful projects & programmes – Eileen Roden
  • The role, characteristics and pitfalls of project/program Sponsors – Eileen Roden
  • How are you responsible for benefits? – Eileen Roden
  • Intergenerational teams – techniques, thoughts and challenges
  • Working with demotivated teams – Chris Matthews
  • Artificial Intelligence – Lukasz Zawilski
  • Managing interagency dependencies and cross-sector benefits – Bryan Dorn
  • Project QA, Practice Maturity, and Leadership: The three multipliers of project success – Grant Avery
  • Work-life balance – Stew Darling

List grouped by theme

Organisational development

  • Unlocking Organisational Agility – Rob England & Dr Cherry Vu
  • Stepping up to portfolio management – Eileen Roden
  • How effective PMOs ensure successful projects & programmes – Eileen Roden
  • The role, characteristics and pitfalls of project/program Sponsors – Eileen Roden
  • How are you responsible for benefits? – Eileen Roden

Leadership

  • Managing up to the Board – Karen Tregaskis
  • A crash course in being a leader –Stew Darling
  • Intergenerational teams – techniques, thoughts and challenges
  • Project QA, Practice Maturity, and Leadership: The three multipliers of project success – Grant Avery

Business Case

  • Business case – don’t make a behemoth – Eileen Roden
  • Preparing for your business case journey – Rose Percival, Sue Powell & Lisa Buchan
  • Managing interagency dependencies and cross-sector benefits – Bryan Dorn

Behavioural Change

  • Cognitive bias – Dennis Pienaar
  • Customer Journey Mapping – Dennis Pienaar
  • Working with demotivated teams – Chris Matthews

Career Development

  • Mentor vs coach
  • Artificial Intelligence – Lukasz Zawilski
  • Work-life balance – Stew Darling

List of speakers

  • Rob England
  • Dr Cherry Vu
  • Karen Tregaskis
  • Eileen Roden
  • Dennis Pienaar
  • Stew Darling
  • Rose Percival
  • Chris Matthews
  • Lukasz Zawilski
  • Bryan Dorn
  • Grant Avery
  • Sue Powell
  • Lisa Buchan

Links

For bookings, interest in becoming speakers and bulk bookings please direct to the following page:

https://www2.cclearning.cc/week-of-workshops

Note: All bookings must come via our website so we can correctly apply multibooking discounts.

Fringe Festival events

The following are events occuring at the same time (roughly) as the week of workshops that we have arrangements with to cross-market and promote the week of workshops. These are like-minded networking events that those attending workshops at #CCLWoW would enjoy:

 

Interested to including your event on the Fringe Festival list?

To become a partner is easy – and does not cost anything! We work closely with our partners, and you have the choice to use our venue, and the audience of those attending our #CCLWoW event, for fringe festival events, eg have a speaker, offering Coffee & Croissants at a morning (7am to 8:30am) event or a Nibbles and Drinks at a later afternoon (5:00pm to 7:00pm) event.
For all the following ideas we have covered the cost of the venue, and charge you nothing as a partner.
On-site event: We invite attendees from the WoW, you put a speaker or activity on, paying for the coffee etc.

Existing event: you have an existing event that we promote to WoW attendees as a partner event, either at the venue we are using or at a venue you have arranged.

Quiz event: We organise a quiz in the morning or afternoon, you supply prizes for the event eg books, devices, gift cards, memberships etc.

Frequently asked questions

Why should I promote the week of workshops?

To get great speakers we need to give them a great audience. Usually if you present at a conference you have no idea if your topic will be popular, however with the week of workshops potential attendees enrol on each topic separately. This means that the sooner we know what topics are of least interest we can tweak them or release new topics if necessary. Quickly knowing which are popular is essential. Getting people to tell us in advanced help us help them and you!

 

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