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(Free) Webinar: Motivating businesses to help your community

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Thanks for your interest, but the webinar has been held OR the attendee size has been limited in order to allow for good discussion. It's quite likely I'll run more sessions if there is interest, so all you need to do is drop a quick email to info@philpreston.co and put WEBINAR INTEREST in the subject line. I'll contact you to let you know when the next one is on. - Phil Preston

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Thanks for your interest, but the webinar has been held OR the attendee size has been limited in order to allow for good discussion. It's quite likely I'll run more sessions if there is interest, so all you need to do is drop a quick email to info@philpreston.co and put WEBINAR INTEREST in the subject line. I'll contact you to let you know when the next one is on. - Phil Preston
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Instead of relying on the social conscience of businesses, how can you motivate them to help your community?

In this (free) webinar, Phil Preston will outline the process undertaken in compiling 6 business-community collaboration examples for the City of Greater Dandenong (Melbourne / VIC). He'll also talk about the subtleties of identifying, gathering and telling their stories. Together we’ll explore the benefits of storytelling and how you can encourage shared value in your local area.

In this interactive event, Phil will cover:

  • Why the City of Greater Dandenong took this approach
  • The process and learnings from compiling the examples
  • Benefits of shared value and sharing stories to encourage others
  • How you can identify examples in your local area and tell their story
  • Enabling business-community partnerships for creating shared value


But hurry, there is a maximum of 25 tickets available for this webinar. There will be ample Q&A time to help apply the learning to your own organisational context.

Phil is a collaboration expert and leading "shared value" practitioner, having published two case studies and recently designed and delivered the inaugural Shared Value 101 course for the peak body in Australia. Shared value is a business innovation technique that links social impact with commercial value.

When you register, you will be emailed a Zoom meeting link.

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