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“The greatest teacher, failure is.” - Yoda to Luke Skywalker, The Last Jedi Teaching leadership is hard work. But leadership can be learned, particularly in a room of experienced adults. On April 2nd, we invite you to a leadership lab to experience “Agile Leadership in Public Service” in a peer-learning environment. Our workshop will be short on slides and abstract leadership theory. Instead we will use the collective leadership experience and personal leadership challenges as our learning curriculum. After all,…Find out more »
Delivering and managing change in the public sector is difficult. Public services are fraught with complexity and often provide support to some of the most vulnerable people in society. Planning change projects in a linear way using traditional project management approaches (such as PRINCE2) often holds organisations back from learning and refining their changes throughout the process. The project managers overseeing traditional change projects often find themselves being hostages of fortune to an out of date project plan that needs…Find out more »
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Public Service: state of transformation The PSTA's 2019 Conference The PSTA is pleased to announce its second annual conference, to be held on Thursday 23 May 2019. Join over 200 thought leaders and practitioners working on public service transformation to help each other understand what works and doesn’t work in achieving better outcomes for citizens from public service design and delivery. Hear from: Nicola Yates, CEO, Future City Catapult Matt Prosser, CEO, Dorset Councils Partnership, ‘Collaborative Leadership’ Todd Holden, Director,…Find out more »