Can't get you out of my head: Using music to make messages stick
Thanks for joining our Learning & Skills Group webinar with Acteon consultants Owen Rose and James Woodman.
We’ve all experienced the power of music – to catch our attention, affect our mood, even to set our expectations. In the webinar, Owen and James shared insights for harnessing music to make learning and communications campaigns more effective.
Perhaps this has prompted some thinking about how you might use music in your own organisational context?
If you’d like to get in touch to chat about how this could work for you, drop us a note on email@example.com.
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