Collective Leadership for Renewal Programme

Collective Leadership for Renewal Programme(14 September – 13 November)

Collective Leadership for Scotland is a collaborative network which draws colleagues from across our public services to help collaborate on complex, systemic issues in service of wider public service transformation.  This work originated through the Scottish Leaders Forum (SLF), with an initial focus on the strong Christie themes of collaboration and participation, and these have been prominent drivers in our work ever since then. The principles of co-design and co-delivery sit at the heart of everything that Collective Leadership for Scotland does, gathering together capacity and expertise around key development themes in service of our wider system.

It seems clear that the breadth and scale of impact of Covid warrants the time to stop and reflect together on what we have learned, challenging ourselves to consider the really important aspects that would feel wrong to ignore for the generations ahead.  Collective Leadership for Renewal is therefore our offer into this space, inviting colleagues to participate in a series of conversations and practices that will create time, safe space and opportunity for deep reflection and learning with others, allowing to emerge together the most important elements of our learning from Covid that we wish to take into our wider work and lives. 

The Programme will include hosted Leadership Conversations, BaseCamp Groups, Guided Journaling, Mindfulness and Creative and Experimental Practice workshops, alongside an ongoing focus on images for Renewal.

We are delighted to be working once again with Martin Kalungu-Banda in the development and hosting of our Programme and Martin will be co-hosting the fortnightly Leadership Conversations with us. Martin is a consultant in organisation and leadership development, a facilitator of innovation and change, trainer, coach and author. He is a part of the faculty at The Presencing Institute and worked with us previously on Leading in Unknowing in our One Thing at a Time Programme.

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