Implementing Policy: Achieving Results

Inefficient communication with those involved in delivering Policy can end up with dire misunderstanding and poor implementation, this in turn can lead to unintended consequences at both individual and organisational levels.

This course uses real-world examples and a coaching style of teaching. Participants will be able to gain the knowledge and tools needed to achieve a more consistent process for implementation. Guidance on how to engage with various stakeholders at the many stages of implementation will be looked at and explored. Participants will be able to reflect on their learning and will leave with fresh perspective.


Key features:

  • Key elements to successful policy implementation
  • How to maximise collaboration and engagement both internally and externally
  • Common challenges in the delivery phase
  • Seeing the bigger picture – successful implementation through better policy making

Who is this virtual course for:

This virtual course is designed for civil servants and public sector staff who are involve in policy making or policy delivery. This is also applicable to those outside of the public sector who would like to contribute to the policy making process or involve in the delivery stages.


Summary

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Duration

10:00 - 16:00

Price

£395 + VAT

Location

Zoom or MS Teams

Dates

18 March 2021 Book8

15 July 2021 Book8

19 October 2021 Book8

13 December 2021 Book8

In-House Option

This course is available In-House and can be tailored to meet your individual training requirements.

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Lead Trainer

Clair Fisher

Clair Fisher

Clair is passionate about excellent Public Services and began her career in the Civil Service, quickly rising to senior positions. After working as a Director of a Charity, Clair now delivers leadership, strategy and policy training across various Government departments and other organisations.

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Clair Fisher

Clair Fisher

Clair’s career began in the Civil Service, where she worked in the Department for Constitutional Affairs (Now Ministry of Justice), the Home Office, and the Government Office for the South East.  

Clair rose quickly to hold senior roles and worked closely with Ministers to lead complex projects during turbulent and challenging times.  Her expertise is in development and improvement work with senior leaders and their teams, as well as managing collaborative projects and delivering within complex organisational structures.

More recently Clair has been involved in delivering extensive training for many Public Sector organisations and Government departments.  She runs popular bespoke versions of our open courses for a wide range of clients including the Biotechnological and Biological Sciences Research Council, Bromley Borough Council, Medical Research Council and the IOPCC.

Clair is an associate tutor on the SOAS Public Policy MSC, an advisor to the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, on the peer review panel for the Evidence and Policy Journal, and a Fellow of both the Chartered Management Institute and the Higher Education Academy.


Qualifications:

  • ILM 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching
  • MBA (Distinction), University of Brighton
  • ACCA Diploma in Financial Management
  • BA (Hons) History with Law, UEA
  • PGCert Higher Education Teaching and Learning

Linkedin:  https://uk.linkedin.com/in/clairfisher

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/pashleyfisher

Blog:  http://www.pashleyfisher.co.uk/pashleyfisher/

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