40 tools, techniques and templates for building strong trust and shared vision between the partners in collaborative working
Below is the ‘five step journey’ to build the strength of trust and shared vision in a collaboration or shared service partnership. This seminar unpacks the 240-page, SSA Trust & Shared Vision Toolbox and provides 40 tools, techniques and templates for building trust and shared vision between partners.
Step 1: From burning platforms to burning desire: harnessing the context and multiple drivers for change, to accelerate collaborative working and negate the problems encountered by collaboration activities.
Step 2: Proven methods for developing a collaborative transformation team by applying the concept of ‘collaborative advantage’; winning over ‘blockers’.
Step 3: Applying a range of tools for engaging senior decision-makers, councillors and other key stakeholders in partnership strategy development.
Step 4: The importance of building a passionate shared vision document
to ‘paint a compelling, irresistible picture’ of the future under the new, better,
lower-cost, shared service or collaborative transformation project.
Step 5: Exploring methods for cementing the trust and shared vision
across a partnership prior to commissioning a business case.
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)
31 January 2018
Location: Thames Valley
8 February 2018
14 February 2018
22 February 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
It was the best collaborative working event I have attended.”
Very useful and we wish we had done this earlier!”
Strong practical advice and rapid learning techniques gave a very useful and informative session.”
An excellent workshop, great toolkit, pragmatic, logical.”
My strategic director needs to attend these seminars.”
This is a really helpful session which helps you reflect on what you are doing and how you can improve successful change in your partnerships.”