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The Knowledge and Community Network(KCN) is working with the Knowledge Hub to run regular events for those interested in or are working in knowledge and community management.

After the four great webinars and three buzzing evening meet ups this year, we are keen to continue the connections

In September, we are very pleased that Andrew Pope of Innosis will be providing us with an interesting webinar on how to get the most out of your Enterprise Social Networks:

Enterprise social networks (ESNs) using tools such as Yammer and Workplace are standard tools now for large organisations. But if you've struggled to find a clear purpose beyond posting pictures of cats, then you're not alone!

This webinar shows you how to move from personal use to business productivity: how to use ESNs as valuable business tools. We look at:

  • Managing the shift from personal relationships to digital ones

  • Essential strategies to make ESNs work

  • Practical examples of where ESNs have delivered real value

Leaving you with knowledge and tools to re-think your unloved social network.

Andrew creates workplace environments that stimulate innovation, through employee experiences, collaboration and innovation techniques.

Having worked as an innovation manager for a global engineering firm as well as advising an investment bank on how to bringing offshore teams together to design new products, Andrew's experience has helped him learn what brings innovation out of teams, as well as what starts (and stops) collaboration.

Recently, Andrew teamed up with Alister Webb in Australia to form Innosis, helping organisations to design their innovation and collaboration strategies and to facilitate new ideas - both in person and via digital networks. Andrew and Alister's approach is all about starting conversations: asking the right questions; creating the right environment and providing purpose. This brings out innovation in teams and individuals across organisational and cultural boundaries.

Andrew lives near Harrogate and is passionate about the outdoors, whether through cycling, hiking, photography or just quietly appreciating it with a coffee.

If you are interested in meeting up in person and continuing the discussion on Social Entreprise Networks, join us for meet up drinks on Wednesday 26th September from 5pm in London.

Format: will include a live presentation, audience polls, chat discussions and then a chance to ask a few questions.

Tickets: this is a free event. Please register as spaces are limited.

Webinar: once you have booked a place, you will be sent a confirmation with the Zoom dial in details just before the webinar.

Audience: this is relevant for anyone wanting to improve team collaboration across digital tools including those working in internal employee communities. Particularly those with roles in either knowledge management, community management, employee engagement and internal communications.

Network: the Knowledge and Community Network is a group in the UK for those who want to connect with other people who are also interested in both knowledge and community management.

Knowledge Hub: is the long standing free global public service community where you can connect with over 150,000 members in 2000 groups. They offer you a full set of digital collaboration tools delivering great community experiences for members. Just visit: https://khub.net/

Contact: if you have any questions, would like more information or if you can't make this and are interested in being notified about more events like this, please contact Nancy on nancyjkinder@gmail.com

Your Data and Future Events: By registering for this event, you are providing the knowledge and community network consent to contact you via the email address you provided about only future KCN events. Your data will not be shared with anyone else or used for any other reason. If you prefer not to be notified about future events and want to be removed from this list, please let nancyjkinder@gmail.com know.

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