Ethical Leadership in Public Services

24th April 2020, Virtual Seminar

Over the past few weeks, leaders across the world have been catapulted into personal and professional situations they weren’t expecting. At times of crisis leaders need to draw from immense inner reserves, create clarity amongst uncertainty and be able to lift their eyes above the immediate horizon to think about longer term implications of decisions made today and to consider what next – recovery and beyond.

As part of its senior leadership development offer, The Staff College is hosting an Ethical Leadership interactive Zoom workshop with sessions by Martin Kalungu-Banda (Faculty for the Presencing Institute) and Kathryn Perera (Director at NHS Horizons). The workshop is suitable for any senior leaders working as part of a wider system for families and communities. It will be of value to people working in the public, community and private sectors.

Martin Kalungu-Banda. Martin is a faculty member of the Presencing Institute, part of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Kathryn Perera. Kathryn is Director of Programmes at NHS Horizons. A barrister by background, she has worked across law, politics and community activism.

We are running this event in conjunction with the current cohort of the national Programme for Aspirant Directors of Children’s Services. It is likely to interest serving Directors, Assistant Directors and others aspiring to senior leadership in local authorities or partner organisations who would welcome an opportunity to think deeply about their leadership, individually or as part of a team or partnership.

The cost to attend the day is £50 (+vat) per person.

Click here to book your place today.

This is virtual event. Once you have booked and paid online, joining details will be sent to you.