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Working with people: Leading Change with Vision and Innovation

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Working with people: Leading Change with Vision and Innovation

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There are so many changes happening in the public sector and at such a pace how do you keep up with all? Do you feel like you are running in the mud and being left behind? then this event will be of interest to you do you want lead your change with vision, enthusiasm and influence the direction .

Changing an organisation’s culture is one of the most difficult leadership challenges we may ever face.That’s because an organisation’s culture contains a complex map of intertwining sets of aims, roles, processes, values, communications, practices, attitudes and assumptions but to meet our ever increasing budget pressures and changing landscapes we need to as leaders embrace new ways of working and unlock the potential of not only our own but our partner organisations people

We often find certain procedures or approaches happen, because “that’s just how we’ve always done it.” It gives comfort and it’s easy. Simply having great talent on your team is not going to get them to produce great results unless they have effective leadership.

What's on the Agenda?

Sarah Bullock, Assistant Director of Vision and Change, St Helens Council: Sarah and her colleagues will share how they have merged the health and wellbeing board and community safety partnership into one place- based strategic board,

Facing a cultural change of becoming "dis interested" in your individual organisation to work in this way, sharing the different tools that were used, the implementation process and benefits that resulted.

Suzanne Shaw, Senior Facilitator, The Colourworks, Suzanne will share with you how to Inspire People, To Deliver Better Results. Ensure your leaders’ values are aligned to those of the organisation and empower them to step up, let go and allow others to grow.

Julia Wolfendale, Founder & Director, On the Up Consulting: On The Up Limited is a ‘purposefully positive’ organisation and is focused on providing support to organisations and individuals, through coaching, change and grow workshops and workforce development. Julia is committed to supporting organisations to take a more strength based approach to working with customers, patients and their workforce in order to unlock potential.

Gareth Hughes, Chief Inspector, Behaviour Change Team, GMP: “GMP’s Behaviour Change Team is beginning to put UCL’s Behaviour Change Wheel into the workplace, designing a methodology to address how police officers and staff work within national crime data guidance. The presentation will describe the journey so far and show how COM-B will enable behavioural diagnosis and potential intervention design.”

Paul Chadwick,Consultant Clinical and Health Psychologist, Senior Teaching Fellow, Co-Director of the MSc in Behaviour Change. Paul will share using the COM-B Model and Behaviour Change Wheel to understand behaviours related to physical activity and design interventions


All delegates will be given the opportunity to ask questions and share their own views and experiences as part of the discussions on the day.

Who should attend?

Do you fully understand the Culture you have already can you clearly articulate the culture you are trying to build? Change requires an understanding and a whole lot of commitment.

This event will be of interest to colleagues that are involved with projects that require Change, Redesign, Culture, Leadership.

Our events provide a forum for colleagues from local authorities, health organisations and other public sector organisations to come together to discussservice redesign, culture change, communities, place based issues that impact on the public sector and to provide learning opportunities, encourage innovation and efficiency savings whilst delivering improved outcomes for people

What else do I need to know?

Arrivals from 09:30hrs for 10:00hrs prompt start. The workshop ends at 16:00hrs. Interested delegates are advised to register quickly to avoid disappointment.

We may take photographs during the event which we may use for promotion and social media. If you not wish for your photograph to be taken. Please bring this to the attention to the event organiser on the day.

Cancellation Policy

In the drive towards efficiency and the effective management of resources, catering arrangements will only be made for registered delegates.

No cancellation charges apply, however each no-show or last minute cancellations is costly, using funds that cannot be recouped. Please let us know if you are no longer able to attend at least 7 days before this event so that we can make adjustments to catering requirements with the venue or wherever possible delegate substitution with a colleague is much appreciated.

The Fine Print

Event registration: Attendance is FREE for individuals from organisations that hold a current subscription with iNetwork or Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA). This includes the majority of NW local authorities and NHS Trusts in the North West region. Not sure whether you organisation is subscribed with iNetwork? Click here to see current membership list.

Please register for this event if you plan to attend, as unregistered attendees risk being turned away on the day.

Name badges will be printed according to the information that is entered on the registration screen. Please ensure you use proper case. If you are registering for other people please enter their full details otherwise they will not have name badges or be on the entry list and therefore may also not be able to enter.

Special or Dietary Requirements: You will be asked to specify if you have any special or MEDICALLY RELATED dietary requirements when completing the registration form. Please note, vegetarian options are provided as standard.


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