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Winning in the Workplace Training - Sat 30th March 2019

Session Aims

 

Whenever we’re in dispute with the bosses, whether over pay, changed shifts, or the failure to create a diverse and inclusive workplace, a campaign always dramatically increases our chances of winning.

 

 

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Training Content

 

Campaigning might seem scary, but it’s a skill everyone can learn, and is vital for reps and activists. Whatever the level of union organisation or recognition, this session will help you:

 

  • Learn leadership skills and gain confidence as an organiser.
  • Learn how to develop and apply a winning campaign strategy
  • Increase your power to influence management, with or without union recognition
  • Raise the union profile and thereby recruit.

 

Details

 

  • 11am - 2pm
  • Saturday 30th March
  • Unite HQ, 128 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8TN (map)
  • Lunch included.

 

Outline

 

Each session will start with a 10-15 minute outline, followed by a group discussion

 

11.00-11.15 - Introductions

11.15-12.30 - Nine Steps to Developing a Campaign - Part I

12.30-13.00 - Lunch - provided by the Branch

13.00-13.45 - Nine Steps to Developing a Campaign - Part II

13.45-14.00 - Review and questions

 

 

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