‘Networkology’ is the word we use to describe the ‘art & science’ of creating high-performing disability networks / resource groups.
Watch a masterclass in best practice through this one hour workshop, tailored to the lifecycle of your network, or ‘swimlane’ as we like to call it. If you’re leading a network/resource group that has been established for two to four years and want to build on the strong foundations that your network/resource group has established, then this workshop is for you.
Julie Christie, Serco, Operations & Transformation Director and Serco Disability Network Lead for UK and Europe, will be speaking about her experiences of “Stepping Up,” to help your network/resource group continue promoting positive cultural change. Chris Fox, BEIS, Head of Europe & Offshore, Energy Security Network & Markets Directorate, will be representing the “Thriving and Innovating” swimlane, providing best practice on how to progress your network/resource group. PurpleSpace’s Founder & CEO, Kate Nash OBE will be chairing the webinar.
The workshop is perfect if you:
- Want to ensure that your brand is still right for your network/resource group
- Would like to hear how other networks/resource groups are utilising imaginative communications and have implemented successful story-telling campaigns
- Would like to explore the role of your network in your organisation’s workplace adjustment process
- Are looking for insights into how best to support disabled colleagues to build inner confidence
To accompany this webinar, a ‘Networkology Highlights’ brochure, featuring key takeaways from the session, best practice top tips and helpful resources is available to download from the resources section of the Member Zone.
This pre-recorded webinar is available in the resources section of the Member Zone. This is one of three webinars, each one tailored to a specific lifecyle or ‘swimlane’ of a network. There is a transcript available for all webinars. For members who have attended Networkology Part 1 (either in person in April 2019 or by watching all 5 webinars in April 2020), you are eligible to receive your Networkology Certificate of Completion after watching one of these Part 2 webinars, which you can request here.