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Supercharge your digital in 2021

13:00 - 14:00
Online

2020 has been a year of huge digital disruption. In this webinar, Zoe Amar, Chair of The Charity Digital Code of Practice will be sharing how to review your progress and move forward with confidence, focusing on the key principles from the Code.

 

This webinar will help you benchmark your charity against best practice and identify the key actions you need to take that will help shape your approach to digital in 2021.

 

You can find more information about The Charity Digital Code of Practice here.

 

This webinar included some interactive tasks that you can also do from your desk right now! If you would like to, just pause the recording at these times to do the tasks:

 

06:50- Icebreaker exercise
09:15- Exercise 1- Reviewing digital progress during the pandemic
23:33- Exercise 2- Put yourself in your users’ shoes
30:13- Exercise 3- Future thinking
34:36- Q&A

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Zoe Amar

Trustee
Zoe Amar Digital

Jonathan Chevallier

CEO
Charity Digital

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