Presenting to BASoL

BASoL entertains a wide variety of proposals for presentation at our meetings.

Our main criteria is that a presentation fits within the context of deepening our understanding of how people engage in organizational settings in ways that promote individual and collective learning and thus enable organizations to achieve their goals and co-create mutually desired futures.

“Organizational settings” in this context is not limited to the business environment. We appreciate the valuable learning to be gained from exploring education, community, government, non-profit and multi-sector arenas, and we welcome proposals that contribute to our understanding of these areas.

We encourage presenters to move beyond the powerpoint lecture format and design their programs to include a balance of experiential and interactive components that will keep us all engaged and produce high quality learning for both the audience and the presenter.

We view our presenters as partners in our learning journey – adding to, as well as drawing upon what our community has to offer.

If you would like to be considered as a presenter for an upcoming meeting, please draw up a one page proposal that includes the following information:

  • Your name and contact information.
  • The topic of your presentation.
  • The method(s) you will use in your presentation.
  • How your topic addresses the concerns and purpose of our learning community.
  • Audio/visual needs.
  • At least three tangible outcomes that participants can expect to leave with at the end of the day.

Email you proposal to: Ken Homer the BASoL Steward handling programs.

We will reply in a timely manner and work with you to make this a successful day.


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