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Tags: local government association, lgsa, interactive approach
Ok. Are you there Brian? Yes I am. Ok so do you want just go straight into it? Yeah so I'll just ask you the question so how was LJP(?) established and what factors have contributed to it's growth in the last 5 years. Ok. Like procurement is a business of the local government in charge association ___ and the LGSA(?) as I call them had a business prior to that. Got a work with councils but it wasn't particularly effective so they decided to start again so to speak and it's definitely like a procurement. They employed me from Western Australia. I was with the WA Local Government Association and came over in 19 sorry 2006 to establish the company set it up from scratch. Why it has been successful. I think that comes down to our interaction with councils all levels within councils. We got a very interactive approach at the way that we do things
by Chrissi's audio reflections and announcements @pgcap
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Tags: workshop development, sonia, tutors
Hi my name is Sonia Domaschuis(?) and I'm the registered coordinator here at Crowford(?) university also I'm on off the tutors for today's workshop development the reflection on the goal we look trying to make this workshop interesting and interactive and hopefully you will enjoy please keep your mobile ready to fully participate in this workshop thank you
Hello I'm here with Comedy(?) Double at Mike Constuit(?) and they're going to explain to us what they've been doing this afternoon. Mike hi we've been working. Where? Just like an ___. I do give them ___. Should now have give us this this interactive game defensively is we're re enforcing fractions, decimals(?) and percentages being equivalent and I think nobody can see this about what we're going we've made. It's 36 since at 40 cards 40 playing cards ___. Ok is that 40? Yes. A number of playing cards and we've got all all the decimals(?) between one complete one and back to nor point 1 and the potential equivalent such as 100 percent back to 10 percent and we've got the fractionals(?) over so 1 down to 1 over 10 on 10th and we've doubled up the more common one the 25 percent quarter ___.
I absolutely love working with Web 2.0 for the 12 things. I would have to say the most beneficial aspect that I learned this time around would have to be a Wiki. I think Wiki's(?) are wonderful. Not only are they beneficial to the teacher and being able to relay information but also I love that their interactive.
You could use interactive science text book or you could select information for survey monkey or the clickers after reading at section of text to the students and then show the results. Power Point ___. Bye.
You could use the smart board in order to have the text up on the board and have to come up to the smart board and scroll through there at your reading the text and highlight different portions of the text and identify with different color highlighting what each portion of the text represented and that is the way that you could use technology tools to make reading a text an interactive process.
by Pre-Conference Interviews
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Tags: Angela Sinickas, measurement, line manager communication
Angela Sinickas, ABC, a comms pioneer with almost 30-years experience in the measurement of organisational communication, will be facilitating an interactive session and workshop. In this preview clip, she discusses how organisations can evaluate and measure manager performance based on the communication investments made in them.
Listen to this speaker preview clip from everyone's favourite communication expert, Bill Quirke, Managing Director at Synopsis Communication Consulting. Bill discusses the biggest barriers for internal communicators when encouraging senior leaders to communicate and provides his top piece of advice to overcoming these. Join us on 29 March to hear Bill present the keynote session on collaborating with business leaders. He will also be facilitating an interactive discussion around building effective partnerships with other business functions.
Marketing IQ interview's Sebastian Chan, Head of Digital, Social and Emerging Technologies, at the Powerhouse Museum about how the Mobile App Market Compares with other countries, the future of the industry and much more.