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NewOrganisational Storytelling (2 Days)
Too often our organisations fail to reach their potential. We work in silos pulling in opposite directions. We fail to communicate effectively with each other. We are unable to unleash the potential of our teams. On this programme we unleash the power of the story framework to address these problems. While the benefits of using storytelling for communication and marketing are well known, it can also be used to drive improvements to both personal and organisational performance.
On this two-day course you learn to use the framework to take your organisation to new heights. Specifically you will learn how to:
An interactive and experiential learning environment providing:
Leaders and those who aspire to exercise leadership, at all levels of an organisation.
On this programme, delegates will develop an action plan to enable them to create and lead a
high performing organisation with a shared sense of purpose, and common values that genuinely
10:00 - 18:00 2 day course
£1,200 + VAT
St James’s Park, London
18 October 2018 Book
This course is available In-House and can be tailored to meet your individual training requirements.
Henry is an experienced policy advisor, programme director and political theorist in support of the development of inclusive communities. He has led various government initiatives focusing on delivering wider democratic empowerment and improving community-based regeneration.
Henry Tam has over twenty years’ experience as a policy advisor, programme director and political theorist in support of the development of inclusive communities. He has written extensively on the subject and led government initiatives on delivering wider democratic empowerment, promoting civil renewal, and improving community-based regeneration.
Henry is currently Director of Cambridge University’s Forum for Youth Participation & Democracy. Prior to this, he was Head of Civil Renewal and Deputy Director for Community Empowerment at the Home Office, where he was responsible for national policies for the involvement of citizens in shaping public decisions. Here he also devised and delivered the cross-government ‘Together We Can’ action plan for civil renewal. This programme was showcased at the 2008 international meeting of the Global Network of Government Innovators (USA).
From 2000-2002 he was the Home Office’s Director for Community Safety & Regeneration in the East of England, responsible for developing and implementing Government policies on neighbourhood renewal and community safety in the region.
He was formerly the Deputy Chief Executive at St Edmundsbury Borough Council where his work on democratic engagement with young people won a Best Practice Award from the Prime Minister.
Henry’s interests include participatory democracy and citizenship development, as well as communitarian theory and inclusive solidarity.
This half-day course is designed to equip delegates with the skills and approaches required for leading top teams and building successful partnerships.
This half day course is designed to help participants make the most out of the eight key ways to enhance empathy and motivation.
On this programme we unleash the power of the story framework to address these problems.
Although efforts have been ongoing to increase diversity in the public sector, it is still a work in progress with many ethnic minorities and those with disabilities still largely under-represented.
In this one day course you’ll understand the specific benefits to your organisation which proactive diversity management will bring. We’ll show how inclusive leadership is linked to performance.
This course is designed to give delegates the chance to explore the idea of strategic thinking using the different tools to enable them to think tactically in the face of various possible futures.
Civil Service College can deliver In-House training within your organisation that is exactly tailored to meet your individual training requirements.
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