A problem shared is a problem halved. What if you had a whole team of external creative peers to help you work through your thorniest comms challenges? Join this fully interactive online session and be part of a comms brains trust for in-house Creatives, learning and problem-solving with peers.
Why a Comms Clinic?
We all need the chance to get input and reflection on our work and our challenges, and we all benefit from the learning and reward of sharpening our skills on someone else’s problems.
In this session you’ll get to network and share with charity comms professionals from across the CharityComms Creatives Group. You’ll learn from others who share similar challenges and generate solutions together.
How will the Comms Clinic work?
We’ll use a collaborative process to pick comms challenges for us to examine in small groups. In this session, whether you’re a ‘patient’ (someone who gets some treatment recommendations), or you act as a ‘problem solver’ (sharing your ideas and expertise), we hope you’ll get loads out of the experience of sharing and learning with other comms professionals.
We’ll use breakout rooms to discuss specific patient problems during the session, and you’ll be able to choose which discussion you contribute to either as a patient or a problem solver. We’ll also contribute to a shared resource and give you access to an anonymised version after the session so you can benefit from all of the great ideas generated.
Who should book onto this event?
We need both ‘patients’ and ‘problem solvers’, so do come along prepared to engage in the clinic. Places are limited to 100 members so that we can best support the session. We’ll operate a waiting list once these 100 places have been filled.
About the Creatives Group
This networking group is for professionals working in in-house creative teams (of one or more people) within UK charities and not-for-profits. It’s a gathering of creative leads, editors, publications managers, designers, production folk, content producers and more.
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