The Collaborative Leadership three-day programme is for strategic leaders responsible for fostering, and sustaining, multi-agency partnerships.
The three seminars for the Collaborative Leadership programme are:
Collaborative Leadership Within Your Organisation which equips you with the skills and knowledge to harness Collaborative Leadership to reduce inefficiency and foster collaborative transformation between departments within your organisation.
Collaborative Leadership Between Organisations which focuses on harnessing collaborative leadership from an organisation’s external partnership perspective.
Collaborative Leadership Across Communities equips you to harness Collaborative Leadership across your community to empower their participation in service development and delivery.
Once you have completed the three sessions, and your application for practitioner recognition has been approved, you will be licensed to use the designated letters CTPrac™. You can add them to your email signature, business cards and CV.
You will also have stepped into the first module of the Postgraduate Certificate In Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.
On completion of the postgraduate certificate, you can apply for Collaborative Transformation Architect – CTArc™ – recognition.
This is a pathway session to the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.
The fee for attending this three day programme is £999 +VAT per delegate (discounts apply for multiple bookings)
23 January - 25 January 2018
Location: Hosted by STAR Procurement, Trafford
6 March - 8 March 2018
13 March - 15 March 2018
20 March - 22 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
“My colleagues now have a shared desire to work together and instigate change.”
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.”
I now understand the need for ensuring relationships/trust exists for positive outcomes.”
We can do this but need to invest in ourselves as leaders.”
I now understand that using these tools we will get more from working with communities - but we need to let go.”
I now appreciate the value in community engagement and that we have the opportunity to make a difference.