Powwownow Spring Webinar Series
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Powwownow Spring Webinar Series

27th March 2014
By Jacqui Beel

Meetings and collaborative working are effective ways to come together and make decisions in business. But how can you make sure you are getting the most out of your time together with colleagues?

Over the next four weeks, Powwownow will be bringing you a series of three webinars looking into how to maximise on meeting time and bringing your meetings to life.

Join Robert Gorby, Marketing Director at Powwownow and a host of special guests as they discuss smarter working alternatives and how to enhance your collaborative working.

Decline! Why it’s Smart to Ditch Dumb Meetings
Date: Thursday 3 April, 2014
Time: 10.30am
Duration: 30 mins (plus Q&A 15 mins)
Speaker: Robert Gorby, Marketing Director, Powwownow
Why the Good Share But The Great Collaborate
Date: Thursday 24 April, 2014
Time: 10.30am
Duration: 30 mins (plus Q&A 15 mins)
Speaker: Robert Gorby, Marketing Director, Powwownow and David Gurteen, Global expert on Knowledge Management
Business Yoga: Why Smarter Business’ Use Flexible Working
Date: Thursday 1 May, 2014
Time: 10.30am
Duration: 30 mins (plus Q&A 15 mins)
Speaker: Robert Gorby, Marketing Director, Powwownow and Duncan Thomas Founder and Chief Innovator at Pomegranate

Attend these webinars to discover:

  • How to make the most of your meetings
  • What additional tools can help bring your meetings to life
  • How smart organisations build a more collaborative and dynamic culture
  • The growth of flexible working and remote working practices – and what it means for your business
  • The use of the right technology to improve communication across your organisation
  • The challenges in breaking down traditional organisational silos and the role leaders play

After all, we should all be working smarter, not harder!

Register now for the first Powwownow Spring Webinar

Interested, but can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll send you the recording after the event. Please share this with any colleagues who you also think may be interested.

We look forward to welcoming you to our first spring webinar soon.