Call for Session/Workshop Leaders

Submitted by Sarah Pullman on Tue, 2006-07-18 14:43.

Web of Change isn't your average run-of-the-mill conference - and neither are our workshop sessions. Think circle under the trees – not stale hotel room. Think dynamic discussion – not dry lecture. Think passion, experience, and honesty – not expertise and canned responses. Think questions – not answers.

If you get what this means, than you might not only belong at Web of Change – you might also be perfect for participating in a panel or leading a conference session.

Perhaps you've learned something about how to make an online campaign work and can't stop talking about it. Or maybe you've got a story to tell about how your organization is connecting with people and making things happen. If so, than we'd like to hear about it – and we just may invite you to share it with the rest of the group.

Send your idea - a title, a couple sentences, and a learning goal or two to info AT webofchange DOT com by the end of July.

Two more things: Web of Change is (pretty much) a Powerpoint-free zone, so you'll want to be able to do it without the pretty pictures. And please don't plan on selling your product in your workshop – not so much our style either.

We look forward to hearing from you!

UPDATE: Our 2006 sessions have been filled. But if you've got ideas for next year, it's never too early to send them to us! 


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Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, Associate, Movement Strategy Centre