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Connecting with senior audiences through gamification

The World Health Organisation estimates that people over 65 years of age are expected to constitute more than 25% of the total population by 2050. Christian Gossan, Director, KPMG International will look on how gamification can be used in addressing our assumptions about younger v older demographics through his session on: Connecting with senior audiences through gamification at:

You just can't talk the same to everyone anymore within commercial communications

Talking to the: GENERATIONS AUSTRALIA 2017
5-7 September 2017, Mantra Southbank, Melbourne
A 3-day separately bookable and comprehensive, hands-on forum, that will show you the new tools, rules, tricks and techniques.

Day One:
Youth & Parents
Multigenerational Marketing

Day Two:
Gen Y (1977-1994)
Gen Z (born after 1994)

Day Three:
Gen X (1965-1977)
Baby Boomers (1946-1964)

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Taronga Conservation Society Australia: Community Engagement and Community Conservation

Belinda Fairbrother, the Community Conservation Manager from Taronga Conservation Society Australia delivers an important case study on how to "Choose, champion and change everyday behaviours to support wildlife sustainability" at:

The Advancement of Community Engagement in the Australian Public Sector
Lessons Learnt and What's Next
19-20 September 2017, Rydges Sydney Central, Australia #engagegov

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The tools and methodologies that the NSW Department of Primary Industries use to support development and promote understanding in communities

Andrew Grocott, the Senior Community Engagement Officer from the NSW Department of Primary Industries will take you through the organisations cmmunication and engagement issues, managing relationships and resources and identifying, analysing and managing stakeholder relationships at:

The Advancement of Community Engagement in the Australian Public Sector
Lessons Learnt and What's Next
5-6 July 2017, Rydges Sydney Central, Australia #engagegov

The Forum Leaders for this Unique and Innovative day are:
Suzie Matthews, Director, Small Business Engagement, NSW Department of Industry
Carmel Johnson, Director, Goulburn Valley Health Foundation
Steven Kickbusch, Learning Design Consultant, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Nick Kelly, Senior Research Fellow, Queensland University of Technology
Andrew Grocott, Senior Community Engagement Officer, NSW Department of Primary Industries
Jeremy Scrivens, Director, The Emotional Economy at Work
Kylie Cochrane, Global Lead Community & Stakeholder Engagement, Aurecon Group
Colby Crane, State Lead Stakeholder Engagement, nbn™ Australia
Communication and Stakeholder Engagement, Roads and Maritime Services
Catherine Russell, Corporate Communications Manager, National Road and Transport Association

They will be giving strategies and case studies on:
New tools/ technologies/ trends
Approaches That Work
Approaches That Do Not Work
Key challenges and learnings
Sustaining engagement
Measuring and evaluating
Working collaboratively
Aligning engagement strategies

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Knowledge Management Australia 2016
2-4 August 2016, Rydges Melbourne
Two-Day Connected Congress, 6 Pre-Forum Workshops, 2 World Cafes and 1 KM Clinic  #kmaus

Innovation, Agile KM, Storytelling, Working Out Loud, Barriers to KM, Tools and Tech Enablers and more will be covered through the most interactive and hands-on KM Australia we have ever had.

The Leaders for KM Australia 2016 who will deliver
Case Studies, Innovative Practical Strategies and Processes:
Dreamworks – USA(former Head of Training)
Irish Defence Force - Ireland
Australian Renewable Energy Agency
Singapore Power
Woods Bagot
Social Media Navigator
University of Wollongong
Australian Health Services
Research Institute
AcKnowledge Consulting
Intelligent Answers
Department of Human Services
Melbourne University

KM Australia LinkedIn Group 

Twitter: follow the hashtags #kmaus - over 2500 tweets last year and the year before during the event

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A Plan for a Communicator: Director of Communications, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Peter Elder, Director of Communications, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade will be delivering an important session on: Strategic Planning for the Practical Communicator and asks, Where are we going? The importance of a clear objective, How do we get there? What is strategy anyway? and Who’s driving? A plan without implementation is no plan at all at:  

Agile Internal Communication in the Australian Public Sector
Innovative Strategies and Case Studies Reinforcing a Culture of Cross-Organisational Collaboration
One-day interactive forum and workshops
17-18 November 2015, Rydges Capital Hill, Canberra

$995 plus gst if you book early - save $300

This case-study driven forum will lay out the blueprint for mapping out an operational internal communication plan via best practices for effective communication and maximum employee engagement.  Learn how to achieve productive communication between departments to minimize conflict and augment interpersonal skills for a healthier working environment.

Also, stay tuned for:
6th Annual Change Management for the Public Sector 2016
First Time in Melbourne
Changing Culture and Reducing Risk within the Australian Government
One day connected forum plus two pre-forum preparatory module workshops

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A Innovative Engagement Tool for Community, Internal Communication, HR, Learning, 

Marketing, Corporate Communication and more

Gamification Central 2016 - Melbourne
One Day Forum - Four Types of Sessions
Two Preparatory Pre-event Workshops
18-19 February 2016, Rydges Melbourne

It’s Time to Take the Lead:
An Interactive Guide to Bringing Innovation and Engagement to Your Business Across All 

One Day Forum - Four Types of Sessions
Two Preparatory Pre-event Workshops
18-19 February 2016, Rydges Melbourne

Take Part in this Unique Forum with:
Marigo Raftopoulas, Strategic Labs
Dr Steffen P Walz, Associate Professor & Director, Games and Experimental Entertainment Laboratory (GEElab), RMIT University and Managing Director, gerenwa GmbH, Karlsruhe, Germany
Consumer Affairs Victoria
Pivotal Play
SIRF Roundtables

* Creating Value and Gaining Buy-In for Gamification
* Engagement through Gamification
* The “Do’s” and Don’ts” of Gamification
* Tools and Techniques

Gamification Linked In

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Content Days Australia
14, 15, 16 April 2015, Rydges Melbourne
Separately Bookable - Hands On and / or Strategic Forums and Workshops 

Putting everyone on the same page so your company can deliver meaningful, collaborative and memorable digital experiences for your customers.

Strategic Online Content Communication Day: $1295 plus gst or $995 plus gst before 14 March 2015

Content Creation Day: Melbourne: $995 plus gst or $695 plus gst before 14 March 2015

Australian Government Social Media Best Practice Toolkit 2015 $1295 plus gst or $995 plus gst before 14 March 2015

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Successful engagement for smarter decision making

Community Engagement Australia 2015
One day connected forum plus two post forum workshops
25 - 26 March 2015, Rydges Sydney Central, Australia

Shifting Your Communication and Community Engagement

Engagement Strategies, Community Collaboration, Online Engagement, Measure Success

* Measuring and evaluating engagement activities to achieve long term outcomes
* Building common analysis and comparison of engagement, education and awareness
* Developing pull engagement strategies to support decision making and performance
* Working collaboratively with community for effective decision making
* Encouraging an online engagement approach in a risk adverse environment
* Aligning online engagement strategies with your existing face to face strategies

City of Ryde,NSW State Emergency Service,Lake Macquarie Council,Sutherland Shire Council, Department of Education and Training NSW, Sustainability Victoria
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