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Bristol Leadership and Change Centre - WORKSHOP 1


Improving health and wellbeing through leadership and behaviour change

This workshop will highlight a number of the ways in which BLCC members are using their knowledge of leadership and behaviour change to improve the quality and effectiveness of health, social care and related initiatives, such as:

  • Our long-term evaluation of the Bristol-based Golden Key initiative (funded by the Big Lottery Fund via Second Step), a partnership programme which seeks to transform services for people with complex multiple needs, including homelessness, long-term mental health problems, drug and alcohol dependency, and a history of criminal offending.
  • Our evaluation (commissioned by Public Health England) of the national Dying Matters coalition, which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life.
  • Our work with the NHS Leadership Academy on their ‘Building Leadership for Inclusion’ initiative, to update approaches to equality, diversity and inclusion, build leadership capability to enable significant progress on inclusion and to address under representation at all levels.
  • Our support for the Malaria Elimination Initiative in South East Asia and Southern Africa (work funded by a University of California, San Francisco, Gates Foundation grant).

Following a series of short presentations we will invite wider debate on the application of insights from leadership, organisation studies, behaviour change and social influence to address systemic challenges in public health and beyond.

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