September Member’s Meeting 2020  – Digital Goody Bag

Thank you to everyone who attended our first virtual Members Meeting.

We were blown away by the positive feedback and are so grateful to everyone involved, making each session a huge success.

Below we have detailed all of the webinar recordings and resources from our speakers, that we hope you will find useful.

Welcome, CLC update and networking
Martin Baker, CEO Charity Learning Consortium

Martin shares the latest news from CLC. He asked what the future of this year’s Members Meetings should look like and prompted you to download our latest Little Books. The new Clear Lessons platform is ready too, and Martin explained that all of our members who have a personalised platform will have received it now and can enjoy it’s user-friendly interface and faster navigation. He urges all members to speak to their Account Managers to make sure this is integrated properly.

Our latest white paper, 10 reasons why charities should use eLearning, has also been released and has received some great feedback from those who have downloaded it.

Lastly, he asked members to fill out our feedback form if you joined the Members Meeting this time.

Kristi Adams

Three coaching techniques to help you communicate better
Kristi Adams, Attigo Coaching and Development

Kristi Adams explores the three things you can do, as someone who works in the charity sector, that will connect you more deeply to your colleagues, your organisation and the people your charity serves.




What should our L&D strategies look like?
Sukhvinder Pabial, Senior Learning Strategist

Learning and development leader, Sukh Pabial, will walk you through some top tips in developing
and creating an L&D strategy, that is aligned to organisational needs and allows you to focus and
prioritise the right solutions. This session will be interactive, drawing on all of our experiences and
allowing us to create some great resources to help our members in the future.

How to run a great webinar
Donald H Taylor, The Learning and Performance Institute

Webinars can be dull. It’s true. But they needn’t be. They can be interesting, productive and engaging – if done right. The trick is to stop presenting at your audience, and start working with them. In this session, Don Taylor calls on his experience hosting and coaching speakers for over 500 webinars for the Learning and Skills Group, to draw out a series of principles for delivering great webinars.

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