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1 1 The Public Sector Collaborative Leadership Programme Leading towards a Post Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership Working together to make change happen in a complex world A new 3 day programme designed to enhance your collaborative leadership skills. This programme is directly relevant to senior staff operating across local government, LEPs, housing associations, further & high education institutions, police, fire & rescue, NHS and social care providers, health and well-being boards, local strategic partnership, neighbourhood and whole-place community budget pilots. How do we transform our organisation through better internal collaboration and innovation? How do we work more effectively in partnership with others to deliver efficiency savings and improved services ? How do we create safe spaces to enable community-based collaborations to thrive?

2 2 Benefits of the collaborative Leadership programme This new programme is specifically designed to help sharpen your collaborative leadership skills and behaviours, enabling you to confidently lead beyond organisational boundaries. You will be able to: Increase you personal effectiveness as a collaborative leader More readily spot and respond to collaborative opportunities Transform your organisation through better internal collaboration and innovation Work more effectively in partnership with other organisations to deliver efficiency saving and improved service outcomes Better engage and support community-based collaborative activities and solutions Additional Benefits The programme combines the flexibility of a short course programme suited to meet the development needs of organisations and partnerships together with a qualification pathway to a Post Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership for individuals seeking to enhance their personal collaborative skills set and career pathway. In addition: Programme outline The short course programme has three inter- connected workshops with accompanying toolkits and support material each addressing in turn the three perspectives of collaborative leadership: Day 1 - Collaborative Leadership within your organisation: How can leaders deliver value through better collaborative working within their organisation? Day 2 - Collaborative leadership between organisations: How can leaders work together to secure wider systems value through sharing and collaborating? Day 3 - Collaborative leadership across communities: How can leaders engage, build and support community-based collaborative activities and solutions ? 1.You will have a grounding in the theory and practice of how to overcome the wicked problems and key issues in collaborative leadership within your organisation, in partnerships and across communities. 2.You will be equipped with 60 highly practical tools, templates and techniques that you can use in your collaborative leadership roles in any of the three settings. 3.You will have access to probably the largest library of collaboration and shared service knowledge online in the UK 4.You can receive weekly news letters to update your understanding of collaborative leadership issues and track who is doing what across the public sector

3 Collaborative Leadership within your organisation “…few organisations have built high trust levels even within their own organisations, or invested in creating trusted individuals – who can, as the research shows, be powerful agents of change”. The Economist Intelligence Unit Collaborative Leadership within your organisation How can leaders deliver value through better collaborative working within their organisation? CCT1: Equipping yourself for the journey Step 1 Assessing the Environment Interpreting the collaborative landscape both externally and internally Step 1 Assessing the Environment Interpreting the collaborative landscape both externally and internally CCT2: Understanding your landscape CCT3: Identify the problem Step 2 Collaborative Agility Exploring the strategic options for collaboration Step 2 Collaborative Agility Exploring the strategic options for collaboration CCT4: Innovation Step 3 Collaborative Advantage Developing and nurturing a culture of collaboration Step 3 Collaborative Advantage Developing and nurturing a culture of collaboration CCT5: Capacity building CCT6: Safeguarding the process Overview This one day seminar explores collaborative leadership from an organisation’s internal perspective: It seeks to shed light on the strategic context for collaboration between departments, silos and management. It will increase the repertoire of collaborative options available to you as a leader, and help you gauge internal stakeholder interest and appetite for collaboration. Crucially it will help you to develop and nurture a culture of collaborative working within your organisation. How can you as a leader build a culture of collaboration within your organisation? If you do so successfully, it will result in two outcomes: 1. Your collaborative in-house working will generate efficiency or improvement gains that were not available if departments or services continued to work in silos 2. When your organisation is successful at internal collaboration, external partnership working will be more readily achieved. You will have what the academics call Collaborative Advantage. At the centre of all this is you, the collaborative leader. Leading internally, and sometimes beyond your departmental, or service, boundaries This is a taught session in the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative leadership at University of Derby Corporate Day 1 What is included with this seminar? A 200 page textbook with full course notes and additional collaborative leadership material online for follow-up reading 20 highly practical tools, templates and techniques that can be applied immediately to in-house collaborative activity A CPD certificate worth a potential £250 reduction in fees for the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership What is included with this seminar? A 200 page textbook with full course notes and additional collaborative leadership material online for follow-up reading 20 highly practical tools, templates and techniques that can be applied immediately to in-house collaborative activity A CPD certificate worth a potential £250 reduction in fees for the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership

4 Collaborative Leadership between organisations How can leaders work together to secure wider system value through sharing and collaborating? CCT1: Equipping yourself for the journey Step 1 Leading with a Shared purpose Shared leadership and aligned organisational purposes Step 1 Leading with a Shared purpose Shared leadership and aligned organisational purposes CCT2: Understanding your landscape Step 2 Building Powerful Partnerships Exploring the options and models for successful inter-organisational collaboration Step 2 Building Powerful Partnerships Exploring the options and models for successful inter-organisational collaboration CCT4: Innovation Step 3 Collaborative Performance Jointly improving services to secure enhanced value added Step 3 Collaborative Performance Jointly improving services to secure enhanced value added CCT5: Capacity building CCT6: Safeguarding the process Day 2 What is included with this seminar? A 200 page textbook with full course notes and additional collaborative leadership online for follow-up reading 20 highly practical tools, templates and techniques that can be applied immediately to in-house collaborative activity A CPD certificate worth a potential £250 reduction in fees for the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership What is included with this seminar? A 200 page textbook with full course notes and additional collaborative leadership online for follow-up reading 20 highly practical tools, templates and techniques that can be applied immediately to in-house collaborative activity A CPD certificate worth a potential £250 reduction in fees for the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership “More and more people are recognising that collaborative leadership can generate the relationships necessary to resolve the tensions between rising expectations, smaller budgets and more innovative solutions”. Sue Maddock Overview This one day seminar explores collaborative leadership from an inter-organisational perspective: It explores the potential collaborative benefits resulting when leaders align their respective organisational purposes to a shared goal. It will shed light on the human dynamics of collaborative working between organisations and the role leaders play in setting the tone and behaviours that underpin powerful partnerships. Crucially it will help you secure new ways of joint working by shifting your organisations transformation energies from an internal to a collaborative focus. How can you as a leader build sustainable and powerful partnerships the deliver better outcomes? If you do so successfully, it will result in two outcomes: 1. Your collaborative leadership will help foster a ‘positive collaborative culture’ across the partnership leading to more rapid cross-organisational service innovations gains 2. You will achieve more effective outcomes through better joint commissioning and partnership working. This is a taught session in the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative leadership at University of Derby Corporate CCT3: Identify the problem

5 Collaborative Leadership across communities How can leaders work together to secure wider system value through sharing and collaborating? CCT1: Equipping yourself for the journey Step 1 Initiating Engagement Place-based participatory leadership and collaborative engagement Step 1 Initiating Engagement Place-based participatory leadership and collaborative engagement CCT2: Understanding your landscape Step 2 Enterprising Communities Co-production of new ideas and ways of working with the wider community Step 2 Enterprising Communities Co-production of new ideas and ways of working with the wider community CCT4: Innovation Step 3 Collaborative Empowerment Developing community capacity to ‘make it real’ on the ground Step 3 Collaborative Empowerment Developing community capacity to ‘make it real’ on the ground CCT5: Capacity building CCT6: Safeguarding the process Day 3 What is included with this seminar? A 200 page textbook with full course notes and additional collaborative leadership material online for follow-up reading 20 highly practical tools, templates and techniques that can be applied immediately to in-house collaborative activity A CPD certificate worth a potential £250 reduction in fees for the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership What is included with this seminar? A 200 page textbook with full course notes and additional collaborative leadership material online for follow-up reading 20 highly practical tools, templates and techniques that can be applied immediately to in-house collaborative activity A CPD certificate worth a potential £250 reduction in fees for the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership “Collaboration is not just another strategy or tactic for addressing public concerns. It is a means of building social capital, sustaining a democratic society, and transforming the civic culture of a community or region”. David Chrislip Overview This one day seminar explores collaborative leadership from community perspective: It examines how leaders can better engage people in a genuinely participatory process to improve their communities. It explores how community participation in ‘collaborative incubators’ can unleash their ideas and enterprising energies Crucially it will help you be a catalyst for both civic leadership and collaborative empowerment across your communities How can you as a leader engage, build and support community- based collaborative activities and solutions? If you do so successfully, it will result in two outcomes: 1.You will have helped create the right conditions to support and sustain community engagement and participation 2.Your collaborative leadership will foster a more active civic engagement in the co-design and co-delivery of public services This is a taught session in the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative leadership at University of Derby Corporate CCT3: Identify the problem

6 6 About Shared Service Architecture Ltd (SSA) Shared Service Architecture Ltd is a dynamic teaching company, focused on equipping politicians, board members, chief executives and senior managers in the public sector with the skills and knowledge to innovate and initiate successful collaborations and partnerships. It provides: Personal development for politicians, board members, executives and senior managers, to equip them to become effective, skilled and knowledgeable collaborative leaders in public purpose collaboration activities, including through the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership; Skills and knowledge development for senior managers who wish to become recognised Shared Service Practitioners SS(PRAC)™ or qualified Shared Service Architects (SSA)™ and gain professional recognition through the Postgraduate Certificate in Shared Services; Organisational development through mentoring and in- house taught management programmes, to build collaborative advantage within organisations. This will increase the organisational capacity and culture to successfully collaborate with external partners and reap the full efficiency, improvement and political gains that partnership working can deliver; Partnership development providing cross-partner taught programmes and partnership gateway reviews, to build momentum within partnerships and accelerate the shared service journey and successful outcomes. To register your interest in the 3-day or Post Graduate Certificate programme in Public Sector Collaborative Leadership, please contact The University of Derby Corporate on: e: t: About University of Derby Corporate (UDC). UDC are the corporate training and development division of the University of Derby. It works with a wide variety of organisations to deliver work based learning programmes and accredited qualifications that improve key capabilities such as service, innovation, leadership and problem solving. Combing academic rigour and commercial experience, UDC develop relevant and robust solutions that enable our clients to achieve Progress through people. Post-Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership UDC in partnership with SSA have developed a unique Postgraduate qualification for leaders wishing to enhance their collaborative leadership skills. To register your interest in the Post-Graduate, please contact Clive Lawrence-Forbes at UDC: e: t: How much will it cost? 3-day Public Sector Collaborative Leadership Programme costs £450 (including VAT) for each of the three workshops. The Post Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership costs £3,500 and incorporates the 3- day Public Sector Collaborative Leadership Programme as an integral component. Book now for programmes commencing in September 2013 How much will it cost? 3-day Public Sector Collaborative Leadership Programme costs £450 (including VAT) for each of the three workshops. The Post Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Leadership costs £3,500 and incorporates the 3- day Public Sector Collaborative Leadership Programme as an integral component. Book now for programmes commencing in September 2013


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