GivebackUK sponsor the five launch webinars from TJ.
TJ are pleased to announce working with GivebackUK as sponsors of our #TJwow webinar launch week starting on the 23rd May.
CEO and Founder of the charity GivebackUK, Martin Baker, said “This is a great match as both organisations are looking to share knowledge and experience using technology.”
“GivebackUK is creating a video learning library to share best practice and knowledge, expertise and experience into the third sector.”
“This partnership goes further than your standard sponsorship deal, its more than a financial agreement. TJ is the most respected publication, and the only UK print magazine, in our industry. Such a valuable partnership as this can reach the learning community that GivebackUK wants to film.”
“We’ve already filmed a lot of the people that are going to be on the webinars TJ is providing, which shows the expertise of these people and the GivebackUK philosophy of discussions and sharing learning for free.”
TJ Deputy Editor and host of the week of webinars, Jo Cook, said “I’m so proud of this collaboration! I’ve supported the work of GivebackUK for a while and it’s great to share these video learning nuggets with our audience.”
“We also hope that our readers and webinar attendees contact GivebackUK about recording some key learning points to help support the charity further.”
The week of webinars starts on Monday 23rd May 2016, 10am UK time.
All the webinars are discussions, with no PowerPoint presentation lectures, and based around learning and development topics such as where the industry currently is, who is responsible for sales training, discussion about psychometric assessment tools, using social media for professional development and more.
Lucy Standing, talking about her psychology-based issues. Lucy discusses personality/group assessment tools in our Friday webinar.
There are recordings of webinars and videos from others of our speakers, such as Donald H Taylor, Suhk Pabial, Michelle Parry-Slater and Amy Brann all on the GivebackUK site.