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Posted: March 4, 2020

Writing Effective IM Policies Workshop

ARMA Vancouver
Join ARMA Vancouver at the City of Port Coquitlam for a full day, hands-on workshop that will leads policy writers through the steps required to organize policies, directives, rules and guidance. Lewis Eisen of Perfect Policies teaches policy writing principles that result in policies that are effective, actionable, respectful and appropriate. This workshop will provide participants with the tools needed to prepare policies that get implemented.

Participants at the workshop will leave with:
  • a Documentation Framework and standardized list of document instrument types
  • a roadmap of foundational activities to be completed
  • a Policy Suite Health Diagnostic checklist
  • a standard policy template
  • a softcover copy of Lewis' book How to Write Rules that People Want to Follow

Ticket options: Morning Session ONLY or Full Day Workshop

The morning session (3 hours instruction) may be attended as a standalone option and will cover an introduction to IM policies, policy frameworks, and policy content.

The full day (6 hours instruction) includes the morning session, followed by a lunch break(on your own), and concludes with an interactive workshop. Participants will explore policy statements, revise policies and develop an action plan for moving forward. The afternoon may not be attended as a standalone option.

Lewis S Eisen has been a practicing lawyer, an IT systems manager, and a Senior IM Policy Analyst with the Government of Canada. He has over 30 years’ experience working in adult education and business. Lewis is the author of the internationalbestselling book How to Write Rules That People Want to Follow: A guide to writing respectful policies and directives.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/writing-effective-im-policies-workshop-tickets-98128359565?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
ARMA Vancouver Chapter

Date: April 16, 2020
Event Type: Workshop
Location: Port Coquitlam, BC
Region: Lower Mainland
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