There’s a big difference between ‘doing’ and ‘being’ on social media

Workshops and Training

 

There’s a big difference between ‘doing social media’ and ‘being on social media’ and understanding how to DO it makes a difference to your business objectives.

Some people prefer one on one training, some prefer small group, some prefer getting their whole team together to do some training so they can justify putting the lunch on expenses. (I am not here to judge, just save me a sandwich.)

I am also happy to pull together a bespoke workshop for any specific needs you may have.

Workshops include:

  • social  media strategy
  • using social media to build internal culture
  • creating content
  • digital audit (or what the heck are we doing and why?)
  • storytelling

Straightforward, engaging and easy to follow! Alison trained my team and I in the ‘art and science’ of LinkedIn. Brilliant training session from someone who knew how to get to the point. Alison was all over the topic, very quick to answer questions and provided insights into our marketing content we hadn’t thought of. I’d highly recommend Alison.

Raeleen Robertson

Founder and Managing Director, Mettro

Alison’s gentle, patient style combined with her expert knowledge of social media (and all its mysteries) was exactly what I was looking for. I highly recommend her to anyone looking for a great digital teacher!

Fran Connelly

Owner & Author, Workplace Culture and the NDIS

We flew Alison to Brisbane to run a half day session for us on our LinkedIn profiles. We wanted to know how to maximise our profiles and incorporate the different businesses and projects that we each manage. Alison’s workshop was comprehensive, useful, practical and well-paced. Alison knows her stuff and easily answered all the random off-the-cuff questions we threw at her. I’d highly recommend her if you are confused about how to wrangle LinkedIn. Now to work on that ‘five minutes a day’ LinkedIn habit and make the changes she suggested!

Gillian Moody

Marketing and Digital Specialist