1 day & ½ day
No Partner College
Thursday 25 February 2016 (9.30am - 4.30pm) and, Friday 26 February 2016 (9.30am - 12.30pm),
The Masterclass aims to work with leaders across the health and social care sector to develop their skills in leadership, resilience and well-being.
Asset based approaches are growing in importance in the context of new models of care and support. This masterclass will explore the role of leaders in creating the capacity, culture and support for these approaches to grow. We aim to stimulate discussion about how to find a positive way through the complex realities of organisational policy and resource pressures. The masterclass will explore:
• The principles and methods of Asset based and participatory approaches and their relevance to meeting public sector challenges
• Social network perspectives on prevention and care
• How to harness local community assets - practical examples of working with social networks and communities
• Applying systems ideas -the case for change in complex areas such as child protection
• Exploring what organisational cultures we need to create and the role of public sector leaders
Prof Andy Bilson is Emeritus Professor in Social Work, University of Central Lancashire. He was director of the Centre for Europe’s Children which was the Council of Europe’s and UNICEF’s observatory on European children’s rights. Andy has been involved in developing and managing social work with adults and children and was a senior researcher in the evaluation for the Ministry of Education of the national social work practices project in England He has an interest in how to make systems ideas applicable and accessible to support improvement and draws on international experiences of service innovation which aim to strengthen social work and community services.
Dr Karen Linde, Centre for Citizenship and Communities, has senior level experience in academic and NHS development contexts and on policy, workforce and engagement issues for the public sector. She has a strong interest in systemic solutions to health inequalities.
The team have experience of community building on the ground, as well as a strong theoretical background. They are familiar with the worlds of NHS, local authorities, third sector and communities.
We have great links with employers including household names such as Sony, BAE Systems and Apple. We also have links with the smaller companies in the region and offer help and assistance to more than 1,000 of these – with many of our graduates staying in the region it is important we develop these relationships.
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