What can Systems Thinking do for you?
Tuesday, 17 November 2015 from 12:30 to 13:30 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Mental Health in Further Education Network (MHFE) and BIS Community Learning Mental Health Pilot are pleased to bring you:
"What could Systems Thinking do for you?"
by Martin Sandbrook, who says
"Having spent my career in management, I wish I had known about systems thinking earlier. Now I have woken up to it, I want to show others how useful this approach can be for dealing with the complex and uncertain conditions we face as leaders and managers."
In this interactive session, Martin will explore how using systems thinking and action experiment could make your partnerships and resulting provision more effective. He will help you to understand and work with the inherent complexity and uncertainty which exists in multi-agency, and mental health, contexts, offering ‘systems thinking’, and in particular ‘action experiment’ as a different, more effective, way of working and leading in this context.
The practical stuff
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