More on the #networkedcllr events

We’ll be taking the word of Networked Councillor out over the next few weeks and there are a few chances to come and talk about the report coming up.

They include the Public-i usergroup, which will be on the 21st of June in central London. It’d be great to have some councillors who are interested in the report join us for the event. So if you’ve read about the report here and are interested in talking face-to-face with its author, Catherine Howe, then don’t hesitate to get in touch. Please give us a call on 01273 821 282 or email jane.purcell@public-i.info.

There will be more information about this event going up very soon on the Public-i blog, but please, please, please tell us if you’d like to come along. We’d love to see you.

By the time of the usergroup the report should be near to finalised – and more feedback collected at the roundtable earlier in the same week.

While the roundtable isn’t an invite event, we’ll be reporting about it here on the blog as soon as we can – and tweeting more about it with the hashtag #networkedcllr. But the really exciting events will be the three sessions we’re involved in at the LGA – so if you’re a delegate we’d love to see you there:-

  • LGA networking session ‘Skills for the Networked Councillor’ – 17:50-18:20 Tuesday, 2nd July. This will be a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss the practical skills needed to be a more networked and digital councillor. The agenda will be built on the day by the participants and we will have a range of social media experts – including elected members – there to answer your questions.
  • LGA fringe event with EELGA – 08:00-09:00 Thursday, 4th July
  • LGA Innovation Zone session – 12:00-12:45pm Thursday 4th July

In the meantime, of course, you can get stuck into the report here and stuck into the debate by commenting or by tweeting with the hashtag #networkedcllr.

Hope to speak to you soon!!

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