Monthly Archives: September 2015

Tonight’s Inaugural Event Booked Out!

Our inaugural SYDBIM event taking place on 29th September 2015 is now fully booked!  We will consider walkups based on any cancellations but we are unable to guarantee any more places.

We are incredibly lucky to have Lee Watanabe-Crockett deliver the keynote address for the night courtesy of our sponsor A2K.

Lee Watanabe CrockettLee is an optimist. He believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together through connection and compassion.

Welcome drinks open from 5pm with the main event taking place from 6pm @ Ground Level of Bldg 11 at UTS.  Formalities finish about 8:15pm and after event at 9:30pm

See you there!

*UPDATE* – Registrations are Going, Going…

*UPDATE*

With  a week & 1/2 to go to our inaugural event, 80% registrations have been filled.  Like our interstate affiliates, these last places will fill quickly before the night so don’t miss out.  Register Now!

We have been incredibly fortunate to secure the support of UTS as they provide us space in the recently completed Building 11 (The Cheesegrater) just minutes walk from Central Station and almost directly across Broadway from Nouvel’s One Central Park.

Welcome drinks and registration take place adjacent the ground level entrance corner of Broadway & Jones Street from 5pm.  The formal proceedings start one level down from 6pm, the highlight of which will be a keynote address from Lee Watanabe-Crockett;  Author, speaker, designer & inspirational thinker.  We also look forward to sharing on the night, the committee’s vision for these events going forward.

See you all there!

Finally!

UTS Bldg 11SYDBIM are pleased to announce their inaugural event will be taking place on:
29th September 2015
Ground Level of Bldg 11 at UTS.

Registrations and welcome drinks open from 5pm with the main event taking place from 6pm.

We are incredibly lucky to have Lee Watanabe-Crockett deliver the keynote address for the night courtesy of our sponsor A2K.

Lee Watanabe CrockettLee is an optimist. He believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together through connection and compassion.

He is an author, speaker, designer, inspirational thinker and the creative force behind some of the most exciting transformations in education happening worldwide today. But, that’s all in a day’s work. In life, Lee believes in creating balance in the reality of a digital present and future.  As such, he has cultivated skills in Aikido, studied tea ceremony while living in Japan, as well as studied painting in Florence. He also studies traditional Zen Buddhist music which he performs on a Shakuhachi, a Japanese bamboo flute.

Lee has a curiosity about life and the shared human experience. This curiosity is infectious, as anyone who has heard Lee speak can tell you.  Joyful curiosity is the foundation of his approach to creating vital learning and corporate environments for groups around the world. He is the creative force behind the Fluency21 Unit Planner—a social network which has created a culture of collaboration as educators around the world share and source unit plans aligning to the structure of a modern learning environment as outlined in his writing.

In addition to creating digital learning tools for the education sector, Lee has adapted his own corporate experience into a dynamic team-based training model. Lee sees and understands the current of endless exponential change that exists in corporate culture. Change which has created paradigm shifts for so many major industries. Lee’s ability to sense trend, identify opportunity and pivot in response to adversity has been invaluable to his clients.

Lee is co-author of Understanding the Digital Generation, The Digital Diet, Living on the Future Edge, and the best-seller, Literacy is not Enough, and works with educators and corporations in several countries, helping them make the shift to regain relevance and establish a culture of excellence.

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