Join the Ocean Partnerships Network for another free online Speed Networking event over lunchtime! After a 10 minute introduction to this month’s theme, the Speed Networking begins and you will be paired up with different people for 7 minutes at a time over the course of the hour. A fantastic way to meet people outside your usual network!
Our aim is to connect people and foster collaborations, worldwide. Ocean Partnerships recognises the need for practitioners from different disciplines to interact, exchange experiences and ideas. Based on key marine related themes, our events are designed to provide opportunities for people from the sciences, arts, policy, private and public sectors to discuss topics of interest, network and just have fun! Register for our Newsletter to stay up-to-date!
This month’s theme:
Ian Rowlands (Siren Calling)
Decision-makers, funders, the public; we often overlook these values, motivators and language that really influence people’s decision-making and behaviour change. This session will introduce some tools that can positively impact communication and engagement and give an overview of cultural dynamics and values, which can be used to maker our research more applicable to others.
Ian Rowlands is a former Guardian journalist and sees communication as the key to tackling the great environmental challenges of our time. Having worked in the environmental NGO sector for many years, Ian has gained valuable experience in leading large-scale projects with the creative community, reaching a diverse audience about environmental issues.
Siren Calling is a youth organisation running trainings and activities to help scientists, environmentalists and young people to communicate better.
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