Ethical Leadership in Public Services

29th April 2019, Birmingham


Highly successful leaders stay true to a strong sense of public value, personal ethics and draw deep from themselves. In the complex and ambiguous world of public sector leadership sometimes these can get severely challenged.

Following rave reviews from the last cohort on the national Aspirant Directors programme, we are pleased to be able to offer a one day seminar for senior leaders in Children’s Services and partner agencies exploring ethical leadership in public services. The main keynote speaker will be Martin Kalungu-Banda. Martin is a faculty member of the Presencing Institute, part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  His focus will be on ethical and personal leadership in a world in which it is possible to create changes which serve the wellbeing of all.

Other contributors include Sherry Malik, Director at the NSPCC who brings a wealth of experience from leadership in children’s services, health, education and adult social care, plus other leaders to inspire you and give you the space to step back from the day to day to consider ethical leadership in your organisation.

We are running this event in conjunction with the current cohort of the Aspirant Director’s programme. It is suitable for any established or new Directors or Assistant Directors or aspiring senior leaders who are currently developing their leadership practice and thinking either individually or as a team or partnership.

The cost to attend the day is £150 (+VAT) per person or £500 (+VAT) for 4 places, which compared to other one day conferences in the market is great value. The event will take place in Birmingham on 29th April 2019.

Remember that subscribing authorities to the College receive 15% discount.