Last month we kicked off a new 3-hour workshop format called a Master Class, and today we are announcing the creation of a 60-minute DIY workshop called a Jump Starter.
When you participate in a Jump Starter, you’ll leave with a first draft of a document or tool. You give us an hour and we’ll give you a bit of training, time to discuss important decisions with peers, drafts and templates to start from, and time to work on your very own copy. You’ll leave each Jump Starter with a first draft you can share with your team and complete on your own.
Our first two Jump Starters will help you create two documents that are essential to #CALMnotBUSY management of your communications work: A creative brief and a brand and style guide.
In both cases, you’ll get all kinds of examples and templates to start your own draft, instead of staring at a blank page. Instead of getting overwhelmed about where to begin, we’ll help you answer the most important questions, get right into creating the document, and give you a roadmap for how to improve it over time.
We’ll release the schedule for additional Jump Starters taking place in early 2021 soon. In all cases, you can register a la carte, but Jump Starters are also included in the Annual All-Access Pass, which is a much better deal if you plan to attend multiple trainings throughout the year.
I hope you’ll join us, because sometimes, you might as well jump. 🙂
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