What is this event?
Well it’s called Immersion (#LDImmersion) and eight speakers will share their ideas on how to inspire social learning and collaboration in your workplace. Hosted by Karen Moloney from the eLearning Experts, The event line-up includes Simon Terry, Roger Courville, Alison Bickford, Dr Melissa Borgdona, Clark Quinn, Con Sotidis and yours truly. You can see more of what we are all going to talk about on the Immersion website.
As a virtual event, it means that you have access to these presentations and their associated references for the entire month of June. This will enable you to get started with your own social learning initiatives in your organisation.
But guess what?
I have two free tickets to give away!
There’s a catch isn’t there?
I’d love to learn more about how YOU share YOUR work out loud in YOUR organizations. What do you do? How do you do it? Why do you do it?
So now’s the chance to share your story in whatever medium or format you want it. Got a photo? Take a snap? Share a video? Create an infographic? Write a blog post? Record an audio file? Doesn’t matter how you share it, the important thing is to LET ME KNOW! (Just ping me on Twitter, LinkedIn, or any social media, or email me).
All entries received will be showcased and promoted on this blog with a link back directly to your website soon after. The winners will be notified on Wednesday 8th June.
What are you waiting for? Start sharing your work out loud stories. This competition will close COB Tuesday 7 June 2016.
For those who don’t want to participate (hey, that’s okay!), you can still register here for AUD $67 which gives you access to all the sessions.
Disclaimer: Please note that the link to the registration page above is an affiliate link. What this means is that I get paid a small percentage from registrations by the organiser of this event. As I know and trust Karen and her work, I have no hesitation in recommending this event to my network and hope that you understand that payment for this service will assist me to cover some small costs to keep this blog up and running – or some coffee money. Thank you!