PuMP Community Lab Brisbane 2018
Details for the PuMP Community Lab
BRISBANE, 14TH NOVEMBER 2018
We’re pretty excited that you’re coming along to our very first PuMP Community Lab! It’s going to be a uniquely practical and collaborative day where PuMP graduates and practitioners all get together to tap the wisdom of the PuMP tribe. The focus is that we share tips and tactics and create action plans for increasing our successful implementation of PuMP and great performance measurement.
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Now, below you’ll find some handy information about the workshop, so you may like to print this page for reference.
Your facilitators are Stacey & Mark.
Stacey Barr and Mark Hocknell will co-facilitate the PuMP Community Lab, only just enough to make it flow productively. They are there to hold the space, provide minimal facilitation, and contribute as participants alongside you. They’re both so looking forward to this unique style of working with you!
Help us create the agenda…
The agenda for the PuMP Community Lab is designed around the theme of successful implementation of PuMP, and we will choose the topics based on what you and the PuMP tribe suggest. We will email the agenda to you a few days ahead of the Lab.
So now is the time to email Stacey the topics you’d love to see on the agenda for the day!
Dates and times for the workshop
The 1-day workshop is a short day, but a full day:
- Wednesday, 14th November 2018
- 9:45am registration and arrival morning tea
- 10:00am start / 4:00pm finish
- Lunch and afternoon snacks are also provided.
Location of the workshop
Sofitel Brisbane Central
249 Turbot Street, Brisbane, QLD, 4000.
Telephone: 07 3835 3535
Visit the Sofitel’s website: www.sofitelbrisbane.com.au
A map of the Sofitel’s location:
Getting to and from the workshop
The Sofitel Brisbane Central is located on Turbot Street in the centre of Brisbane’s CBD. It is conveniently situated just steps from Central Station and is only a 20 minute Taxi or UBER ride from Brisbane Airport (subject to traffic).
Queensland Rail Train Services
Central Station is directly below the Sofitel and is a brief two minute walk from the hotel reception desk, which is located on the corner of Ann Street and Roma Street. You can also walk to the Sofitel from Roma Street Station which is about a 1.0km from the hotel. Direct access to the Domestic and International Airports is available via the Brisbane Airtrain . For timetable and station information, please visit www.translink.com.au
Brisbane City Council Buses or Ferries / City Cats
If you prefer to travel via Bus and/or Ferry, please use the following link to find the most suitable combination for your needs. www.translink.com.au
Parking at the Sofitel Central is $65 per day and is subject to availability. Early Bird rates are also available. Please check the terms and conditions via the Sofiel’s website. There are also several options for public parking available, including Brisbane City Council Parking and Roma Street Transit Centre Parking.
Accommodation (if you need it)
There are multiple options for accommodation available within close proximity to the workshop’s venue. To find the most suitable accommodation for your preferences, we recommend using www.tripadvisor.com.au
Dress code for the workshop
Please make sure you’re comfortable. We recommend business casual dress (yes, jeans are okay if you’re dressed smartly). Also, make sure you dress in layers (such as wraps or sweaters) – you know how unpredictable and uncontrollable training room air conditioning can be!
What to bring with you
Your energy, your curiosity, your willingness to share and collaborate with other members of the PuMP tribe: that’s all you really need. But you are welcome to bring along any of your PuMP work (templates, reports, etc…), if it relates to topics you want on the agenda. See you there!
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