This one-day seminar equips you with the skills and knowledge to harness Collaborative Leadership to reduce inefficiency and foster collaborative transformation between departments within your organisation:
- It will help you identify the strategic contexts for collaboration between departments, silos and management that can reduce duplication of effort and budgets.
- It will increase the repertoire of collaborative options available to you, and help you leverage internal stakeholder interest and appetite, for transformation through in-house collaboration.
- Crucially it will help you to develop and nurture a culture of cost-cutting, collaborative working within your organisation.
How will this session help you reduce inefficiency?
- Effective collaborative leadership within your organisation will remove inefficiency and generate improvement gains, not available if departments, or services, continued to work in silos.
- When your organisation is successful at internal collaboration, external partnership working will be more readily achieved. You will have what the academics call ‘Collaborative Advantage’.
- You will gain a set of tools, templates and techniques for leading confidently both internally, and beyond your departmental silo or service boundaries to develop new, more effective and lower-cost services.
This is a pathway session to the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.
The fee for attending this seminar is £399 +VAT per delegate (discounts apply for multiple bookings)
6 March 2018
13 March 2018
20 March 2018
To enquire about holding an in-house seminar for groups of 8 or more (we will come to you) and the discounts/benefits involved, please email Magda Zurba
Ratings from past delegates
“This session has given us a shared understanding of both opportunity & barriers to internal collaborative working.”
“I know feel that I can make a difference, as the senior management are now committed to collaborative leadership.”
“A consistent approach to collaborative working is now possible by the senior managers having the same training.”
“My colleagues now have a shared desire to work together and instigate change.”
“The toolkit has enabled us to focus on establishing the problems, and solving needs to develop collaboration.”