Time: May 16, 2014 from 10:30am to 4:30pm
Location: Brighton Friends Meeting House
Street: Ship Street
City/Town: Brighton BN1 1AF
Website or Map: http://www.brightonquakers.co…
Phone: 01273 770 258
Event Type: a, meeting, of, minds
Organized By: David McAra, Julia Goga-Cooke and Bob MacKenzie
Latest Activity: May 14, 2014
AMED stands for sharing transformative ideas and practices for personal, professional and organisational development as widely as possible through publishing our journal e-Organisations and People, and through hosting virtual and face-to-face conversations.
We’ll co-create and exchange fresh ideas about and experiences of publishing and communicating in the digital age. Issues might include:
o Do 'quality writing and publishing' still have a contribution to make in the Age of the Internet? (We know that, historically, they involve huge amounts of work, and also create huge amounts of satisfaction.)
o Are we sufficiently businesslike in the ways we communicate? What resources do we require to do this effectively?
o As individuals and through AMED, how can we future-proof our various communication and publication projects?
Let's support each other’s publishing projects. Start sharing your ideas now.
Useful information about Brighton and its Festival
This creative gathering by the sea is scheduled to coincide with the Brighton Festival. So why not come and make a weekend of it? You might find the following websites useful.
o Friends Meeting House, Brighton: http://www.brightonquakers.co.uk
o Rail enquiries: http://nationalrail.co.uk
o Brighton Festival: www.brightonfestival.org
o Brighton Tourist Information: http://www.visitbrighton.com/plan-your-visit/tourist-info
Cost of participation: Only £20, payable by cheque or BACS to Linda at the AMED Office, or via Paypal here. This charge includes light refreshments. You can bring your own packed lunch, or wander around the Lanes, where you’ll find a tantalising range of eating places.
Julia is an academic, journalist, innovation network builder and entrepreneur. She leads her innovation studio which specialises in creating collaborative networks for innovation. Julia publishes the weekly zine Inspire to Innovate http://inspire.gconsultancy.org/, edits the monthly newsletter of IAF Europe and Mena, and blogs at http://www.gconsultancy.org/news.
If you’d like to find out more before booking, please feel free to contact David: M: 07835-965-975, E: David.McAra@Petrotechnics.com; Julia: M: 07740818305, E: firstname.lastname@example.org; or Bob: M: 07855-458-691, E: email@example.com.
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