Actions and Detail Panel
DTD Leeds - Delivering Differently Together
Thu 30 March 2017, 09:00 – 12:30 BST
As part of the Doing Things Differently series of events, "Delivering Differently Together" will provide an opportunity for operational and strategic colleagues and community-based organizations to explore the potential to work differentlyto better meet the needs of local people by harnessing collective capacity.
The session will focus on the Beeston Hill neighbourhood as an example of working in a localized area, and will create space for those delivering services to offer a radicalized/personalized model that addresses rather than targets needs.
The session will include input on national research and the local experience of multi-disciplinary and targeted working e.g. Lankelly Chase, JRF etc.
The primary purpose of this event is to identify the small or major changes that can make a real impact, and is open to anyone interested in this approach and not just those based or working in South Leeds.
09:35 The Aim of the Day
- Much to celebrate in Leeds
- Significant challenges
- Need for a change in how we do things
- Keys to success
09:40 Local Developments – driving the system change
- A focus on Locality Working led by the Council
- A focus on Beeston Hill
09:45 Lankelly Chase: informing and shaping change.
- Set out LC / Collaborate findings, propositions and recommendations
- Issues resulting from traditional approaches to commissioning and delivering services
- Holistic interventions – maximizing understanding and improving outcomes
- Examples from other cities of more integrated and collaborative approaches
- Collaborate model: the research and the premise
- Collaborate for better outcomes
- Understand the key elements that are needed to facilitate effective collaboration
- ‘system actors’ in a collaborative place
- 9 building blocks for an effective system infrastructure
10:05 What is in Place?
- A map of Beeston Hill as a collaborative place
- Challenges, frustrations and limitations of the current working arrangements across agencies and organizations
10:20 The 9 Building Blocks for a Collaborative System Infrastructure
- A roundtable exercise to do a quick assessment of the Beeston Hill area and city arrangements against each of the 9 blocks
- 5 mins per block to record all views; divergent opinions;
- What we have
- What we can strengthen or build on
- What we need to develop
11:20 Review the Building Blocks Assessment
11:30 What Changes Need to Happen and How
- Delegates are invited to identify one or two blocks to work on and make their way to those tables
- Draw on the assessment of the block; the challenges; the assets/strengths identified by partners
- Then collectively list some ideas to improve things, including simple quick wins and more fundamental changes if they are necessary
- Pick 1 or 2 of the ideas and agree 1 or 2 actions
- What is it that needs to be done?
- Who and who else needs to do it?
- When will it happen?
- Are then any blockages to achieving this and who can help with it right now?
- How will this move forwards after the workshop?
11:55 Chair will prompt delegates to move to another block if they would like to
12:15 Back together
- Ideas and actions – quick feedback – 1 idea & 1 action from each block
- Feedback on Quick wins identified by organizations
12:30 Thanks and Close
It promises to be an informative and productive day, and we look forward to seeing you there.
For more information contact Sonja.Woodcock@val.org.uk