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Being an effective Councillor: ways of strengthening and sustaining personal resilience

Local Government Information Unit

Tuesday, 4 October 2016 from 09:30 to 15:30 (BST)

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LGiU Member 4 Oct 2016 £149.95 £0.00 £29.99
Non Member (Get your council on a free LGiU trial, and attend at member rate: contact chris.naylor@lgiu.org.uk) 4 Oct 2016 £199.95 £0.00 £39.99

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Get 30% discount off Being and effective councillor:  Resilience - difficult conversations : 17 November, if you attend this seminar and 'Influencing Skills', 27 October .  Offer ends 4 October.

 

Description

Being an elected Member can be tough: the public profile, credibility and expectations placed upon elected members are numerous, requiring the maintenance of high levels of energy and performance.  Carrying out multiple roles and working with a variety of people and managing a variety of different roles and situations (not to mention getting the ‘work – life balance’ right) requires resilience.

Personal resilience is about maintaining a sense of wellbeing, being mentally strong, effectively meeting different demands and performing at one’s best on behalf of individuals, communities as  well as being an effective leader. This is a very practical seminar that will provide each participant with methods and helpful ideas to manage the pressures they face and enable them to be able to maximise the positive aspects of being an elected member.

This will be an interactive session with plenty of opportunity for discussion and   sharing experiences.

 

Speakers include:

Session facilitated by

Jacqueline Mansell MA, BSc(Hons) FiFL and Chartered FCIP is a professional personal development management, training management and equalities facilitator and trainer with over 20 years experience in these disciplines. In addition Jacqueline provides counselling, coaching and team development. She has a strong track record working with elected members where for many years her position involved setting strategy and designing member development programmes for 46 councils.

 

Who should attend:

This seminar will be of value to all elected members irrespective of their position within their local authority.

 

Programme*

9.30    Registration. Refreshments upon arrival

10.00  Introduction

  • What is resilience?
  • Circumstances that undermine resilience
  • The effects of reduced levels of resilience

11.30  Morning Break (20 minutes)

11.50  Generalised stress

          Reacting to situations

13.00  Lunch (45 minutes)

13.45  Relationships & interacting with others

          Strategies to strengthen resilience

15.30  Close



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LGiU
251 Pentonville Road
N1 9NG London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 4 October 2016 from 09:30 to 15:30 (BST)


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Local Government Information Unit

For 30 years the Local Government Information Unit has provided support to councils and championed local democracy. The LGiU is an independent think-tank and a resource for local government. Our teams of policy analysts are experts in local government. They provide practical policy advice, training, consultancy, public affairs services and other resources to our members and other organisations. 

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