A problem shared is a problem halved. What if you had a whole roomful of comms experts to help you work through your thorniest comms challenges? Or the chance to share the lessons of your experience, and help someone else avoid reinventing the wheel?
Join this fully interactive online session and be part of a comms brains trust, sharing expertise, learning and problem-solving with peers.
While some of us are gradually moving back to the office, we certainly aren’t back to ‘business as usual’ in the comms world. Some face-to-face events are going ahead, some things may stay online indefinitely. How are communicators in Wales adapting to the new reality?
More flexible and home-based working has lots of benefits, but it can also cut us off from the ‘side chats’ and chances to ‘just run something past’ someone. But 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 we’ll use a proven methodology for structured networking around problem solving and sharing with charity comms professionals from across Wales. Join this session to pool and share your challenges, and become part of a team of ‘comms consultants’, sharing expertise and learning from others who share similar challenges to generate solutions together.
About the Wales Networking Group
The CharityComms Wales networking group brings together charity comms professionals based in Wales. Each event focuses on a different comms topic with guest presenters, group discussions and networking.
The events will give you the chance to meet your peers, compare notes on workplace practices and share successes, ideas, challenges and inspiration. The network is designed to encourage networking and peer to peer support, sharing issues in a ‘safe’ environment.
This group is led by Jess Day along with the Wales Network steering group:
- Angharad Jones, Play Wales
- Bran Devey, Ramblers Cymru
- Emma Shepherd, Building Communities Trust
- Liz Rawlins, Elhra
If you’re interested in speaking at an event or if there are any topics you’d love to discuss, please get in touch with Jess.
To be added to the Wales networking group mailing list please email email@example.com.
You can also stay in touch with charity communicators in Wales through the Comms 3 Cymru Facebook group – message the admins (Jess and Bran) to request to join with a note of your role or connection with the sector.