It was a great day at the Members’ Seminar on 17th March with some great sessions on being business partners, not order takers; self directed learning; Members' Seminarmarketing your learning offer; and an insightful member presentation from Tim Scott at Brook. A big thank you to all the presenters for sharing their valuable advice and experience!

We hope you managed to catch up with each other, network and touch base with your account manager too. Thanks to all of you who came along and also to those of you who gave us your valuable feedback – if you can think of anything, or anyone you would like to see at the next session or would like to provide a presentation from your organisation, please email Harri at hleclaire@charitylearning.org.

Here are some of the slides and ‘takeaways’ for those who attended and also for those of you who couldn’t make it this time– we hope you will join us next time. You can book onto the next Members’ Seminar on 23rd June here.

webinar pocket bookLaura Overton:

Laura provided two fabulous sessions on how to become and self directed learner and also on Embracing change and the importance of collaboration and sharing.
Slides:
>>>Learning how to Learn
>>>Embracing change – How we’re better together

7StepProcess.jpgNigel Harrison:

Nigel presented a session on how to be business partners rather than order takers which included some practical activities on how to ask the right questions to reach the right result.
>>>Click here to view the slides
>>>Click here to view the hand out document:
Don’t forget to check out the website: www.performconsult.co.uk

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We also mentioned our GivebackUK video with Andrew Jacobs – watch the video where he talks about learning and development being “engineers rather than shop keepers”

 

 

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Tim Scott:

As well as providing a short presentation on how Brook use their CLC membership, Tim tweeted the event throughout the day. You can read his Storify here.
Tim and his colleague Gemma Reucroft have also written a practical guide to putting social media to work (mentioned in his presentation), which you can purchase here.

 

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Stephanie Morgan:

Stephanie’s session focused on how to market your L&D offering to your staff and volunteers. Covering everything from storytelling to brand awareness.
>>>Click here to view her slides
>>>Click here for the HubSpot campaign template

 

webinar pocket bookAndy Lancaster:

Andy Lancaster provided some top tips for providing engaging webinars and kindly offered a £1 discount for CLC members (use CLCWEB01) on the Webinar pocketbook he has written with Stella Collins.
>>>Purchase the pocketbook here

 

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Tim gave a brief insight into the CLC’s Freshdesk system and the benefits of subscribing to receive updates.
>>>Access and sign up to CLC’s Freshdesk here

 

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY: The next Members’ Seminars are on Thursday 23rd June and Thursday 22nd September. We’ll keep you posted on our exciting plans.