Social Capitalists, The Key to Your Success
Wednesday 07th September, 2016
5.30pm to 7:30pm
The Art House, Wakefield
Cognitiv Means Business returns in September, welcoming Andy Green who will look at the importance of becoming a better social capitalist and how this is the key to career and business success.
Once you acquire Social Capital glasses you spot the symptoms of its decline in all areas of your work, in declining memberships, engagement, and growing apathy or inertia.
In a thought-provoking, inspirational and practical session ‘Why you need to become a Social Capitalist’, Andy will open your eyes to the hidden crisis our society faces but provide you with new hope, tools and way forward to help you, your organization and the communities you serve thrive.
You can use these new tools and thinking in your business networks, your team, your supply chain, and even among your competitors. The tools provided will empower you to collaborate better and to create the change you want to see in the world
Find out about
- How to spot the Social Capital crisis affecting your business
- Why you need to focus on just 15% of your targets
- New Values-led change tools and the critical difference between your ‘Changemakers’ and your ‘Protectors’
- New narrative tools for empowering and driving the change you require
- Your ‘Power Users’ and the 1:9:90 Rule and why the future is ‘blended’
- Why you need to become a ‘Tummler’
- Your 5-a-day to become a BIG Citizen
Your Social Collaborative Capital holds the key to tapping into untapped assets. The decline in Social Capital is not inevitable. You can learn about new keys to unlock a better future to survive or thrive.
Andy Green is founder of brand storytelling training consultancy Story Starts Here and the not-for-profit social enterprise the Flexible Thinking Forum which works to tackle the growing crisis in the decline of Social Capital in any community.
He also founded IndyCube Wakefield, offering office space for small businesses, freelancers, and remote workers who prefer not to work alone.
He is the author of 7 books on brand communications which have been translated into 8 languages. Andy believes you can be creative and seek inspiration anywhere - he even runs creativity classes on the London Tube.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, and of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and recipient of the CIPR’s Sir Stephen Tallents medal for training.