The Scottish Leaders Forum (SLF) is where Scotland’s senior leaders come together to agree individual and collective action in pursuit of Scotland’s national purpose and outcomes as set out in the National Performance Framework (NPF).

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Scotland’s transition to a low carbon economy

In Winter 2018, SLF members met with Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, and Chris Stark, Director of Energy and Climate Change for the Scottish Government, to discuss how the Scottish Leaders Forum can be part of leading Scotland’s transition to a low carbon economy. The key theme of … Continue reading Scotland’s transition to a low carbon economy

Leading amidst complexity and uncertainty

Autumn 2017 – Note of event  The event was facilitated by Sally Loudon, Chief Executive, COSLA, and David Wilson, Executive Director, International Public Policy Institute, University of Strathclyde. David and Sally began by outlining the complexity and uncertainty they were seeing in their organisations and sectors. The Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland’s Place in Europe, … Continue reading Leading amidst complexity and uncertainty

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