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Gender mainstreaming is the process of assessing and taking into account the implications for men and women of any planned action including legislation, policies or programmes. This programme will explore how gender mainstreaming strategies put gender issues at the centre of broad policy and programme decisions, institutional structures and resource allocation.
The programme will be interactive and participants will have the opportunity to apply the learning to their policy areas, developing tools and plans to use in their work.
Senior civil servants and managers and those involved in policy development and implementation.
5 DAY COURSE
£2,150 + VAT
St James’s Park, London
20 August 2018 Book
Specialises in organisational and personal change. Her key areas are civil service reform, managing across cultures, strategic planning, implementation and change management.
Carolyn is a Management Consultant and a trainer who is specialised in organisational and Personal change. Her key expert areas are Civil Service Reform, Managing across cultures, Strategic Planning, Implementation & Management of Change, leadership & Management Development, Performance management, benchmarking and Quality, Training Methodology, Facilitation, Coaching & Mentoring.
Carolyn has 15 years experience working with senior & middle managers across both the public and private sector and has delivered a range of change initiatives across a number of continents. She is a confident and relaxed communicator who focuses on practical achievement and personal objectives. Paramount to her approach is the desire to develop the internal capacity and sense of ownership that encourages successful implementation of change initiatives.
She has delivered a number of contracts for:
This programme will give participants a good understanding of key concepts and the processes involved the possible barriers and have considered how to apply gender mainstreaming in their work.
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This course gives delegates the tools and techniques to help would-be policy-makers use evidence more effectively, leading to better decision-making and improved real world outcomes.
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