Collaborative Leadership Across Communities
About this course
How can leaders work together to secure wider system value through sharing and collaborating?
This one day seminar explores collaborative leadership from a community perspective:
- It examines how leaders can better engage people in a genuinely participatory process to improve their communities.
- It explores how community participation in ‘collaborative incubators’ can unleash their ideas and enterprising energies.
- Crucially it will help you be a catalyst for both civic leadership and collaborative empowerment across your communities.
How can you as a leader engage, build and support community based collaborative activities and solutions?
If you do so successfully, it will result in two outcomes:
- You will have helped create the right conditions to support and sustain community engagement and participation
- Your collaborative leadership will foster a more active civic engagement in the co-design and co-delivery of public services
You will cover:
Place-based participatory leadership and collaborative engagement
Co-production of new ideas and ways of working with the wider community
Developing community capacity to ‘make it real’ on the ground
You will do this by examining:
- Equipping yourself for the journey
- Understanding your landscape
- Identify the problem
- Capacity building
- Safeguarding the process
This programme is directly relevant to senior staff operating across local government, LEPs, housing associations, further & high education institutions, police, fire & rescue, NHS and social care providers, health and well-being boards, local strategic partnership, neighbourhood and whole-place community budget pilots.
This is part one of a three part programme of short courses. You can choose to join one, two or all three. The workshops offer a qualification pathway to a PG Cert in Collaborative Leadership for individuals seeking to enhance their personal collaborative skills set.
Developed in partnership between University of Derby Corporate and Shared Service Architects