TRAINING AND MENTORING
We provide practical tools to support organisations in growing their capacity to manage their digital approaches.
Privacy by Design
Putting people and their data at the centre of your approach.
Social Business Canvas
Building a social business model and developing a plan for social impact initiatives.
Opportunities for funding to support the financing of digital tools and enabling technology.
Understanding how your culture influences your digital approach
Techniques to build a positive and innovative cultures to enable and support your digital approach.
Empathy and active listening
Tools and techniques that enable active listening and an empathy based approach to enabling technology.
Building your confidence and engaging your audience on social media
Increase your voice and impact and practical tips and tools to increase your confidence and engage your audience.
This session is run in collaboration with Dan Shreeve for those that require investment to expand their reach or improve the sustainability of their organisation.
The power of brand in achieving organisational success and delivering social impact
This session is run in collaboration with Pam Barbato to explore the power of ‘brand’ and ‘purpose’ as strategic tools to drive organisational success and social impact.
BUILDING CONFIDENCE, TRAINING & MENTORING
We can provide training to individuals, teams or organisations. We focus on building digital confidence and providing practical tools and approaches.
We work with Bath University delivering the Social Enterprise and Innovation Programme. This programme, funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), provides business support to social entrepreneurs in the West of England area (Bristol, Bath, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset). We also mentor individuals, supporting them to develop and adapt their ideas and build sustainable business models.
We have taken a practical approach to the legislation, offering tools and workshop materials to provide training to over 60 organisations. Our focus surrounds how organisations can take a privacy-by-design approach to ensure ongoing commitment and compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Here’s what our participants said: