2020 and world events has found many of us looking for more meaning, connection, fulfillment and authenticity in our work.
How do you harness and focus this and demonstrate your social responsibility through your events and projects? Want to make a difference but not sure how?
Join us for this free 1hr panel discussion as we look at what the SDGs are, why they are important, how you can integrate them and the benefit, locally and globally.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
These 17 goals address the global challenges we face, including poverty, inequality, climate change, peace and justice.
Yet how can we as organizations and individuals integrate the SDGs in our events and programs? And why is it important that we integrate them?
In fact you might already be aligning with the SDGs and not even know it.
We look forward to welcoming Sarah Meredith (Global Citizen), Christine Thong (Design Factory Melbourne) and Can Yasmut (LCSA) who are all leading the way in making a difference locally and globally by committing to the SDGs.
Want to recruit and retain the best volunteer workforce?
Volunteers contribute over 750 million hours to the Australian economy with an estimated annual contribution of over $290 billion. How do you tap into this? While their help may be ‘free’, volunteers require considered and structured management.
We’ll look at building your best team, from recruitment right through to reward and recognition as volunteer trends continue to evolve.
This Masterclass will help you understand why people volunteer, what the new world looks like, how to engage to retain and how to unearth the hidden talents of your workforce. You will leave equipped with practical knowledge and advice that you can use straight away to build nd strengthen your volunteer workforce.
Book now: Numbers are strictly limited
Virtual events are here to stay. Adapting to the virtual world is more than just moving your event program online. It is about reviewing the purpose of the event, understanding how to engage with your audience, understanding the impact of digital attention spans, identifying key engagement strategies, designing your program and differentiating you from the rest of the pack.
In this two hour online masterclass, we will deep dive into the virtual world of events and help you re-imagine your event in the new world.
You will hear about new trends and new behaviours and learn practical tips that you can apply to your event.
You will leave equipped with practical knowledge and advice that you can use straight away on your next event along with plenty of new ideas.
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In the tenth and final Adapting in 2020 session, we looked at how the current climate is forcing organisations to re-imagine their volunteer programs and the new opportunities it is opening up.
Our panellists including Tracey O’Niell from Austin Health, Tim Ryan from Lord Somers Camp and Powerhouse and Jana Wunderlich from Eventeamwork, shared their experiences, insights and updates on how they are re-imagining their volunteer roles to create stronger programs, better engagement and to better align with the new style of volunteering.
In the third Navigating Now webinar, hosted by Live Love Work Port Phillip, we welcomed Peter Smith from Business Profitability as he stepped through how you can manage your way out of COVID.
These are incredibly challenging times, but even in times of chaos and disruption opportunities to grow your business exist.
This 1hr webinar provided practical advice on how you and your business can Navigate Now and included a Q&A with Fetching's Georgie Stayches and Peter Smith.
In the ninth webinar of our Adapting in 2020 series, we brought together another panel of industry experts, this time to chat all things technology.
Adapting in 2020 Webinar Series - Reading the play: How to stay connected and engaged with your community
In the eighth Adapting in 2020 webinar, we looked at how you can adjust your communications and engage with your audience, while taking into account their current environment.
In this Adapting in 2020 session, we looked at how venues are re-imagining their spaces and event managers are re-thinking their event formats, in the new world of social distancing and hybrid events.
In the second Live Love Work Port Phillip Navigating Now discussion, we chatted to local Port Phillip businesses to find out how they are approaching the current restrictions and lock down.
Hosted by our Chief Engagement Officer, this panel discussion looked at how businesses adapted to the first lock down, what worked, what didn’t work and what lessons they have learnt and will take into the current lock down. We also talked about what the local community has meant to them and how they have continued to engage with their customers.
In this Adapting in 2020 session, we looked at how event organisers and venues will need to work together to ensure the success and safety of your live event.