One Welsh Public Service Leaders’ Winter School 2021
Top 3 levels of leadership from across the public and voluntary sector in Wales
3 to 4 February 2021
No delegate cost
For the tenth successive year we are delighted to announce the annual One Welsh Public Service Leaders' Winter School.
Building on its success since 2011, the programme has been specifically designed in response to the key development needs of Wales’ most senior leaders, and those working within the top three tiers of Welsh public service and voluntary organisations.
Drawing upon the knowledge and expertise of a renowned community of international speakers, the overarching theme for Winter School this year is ‘Leading for All – Leading in times of Complexity and Uncertainty’.
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Benefits to you
This two-day event will provide the opportunity for senior leaders to focus on the future of public services in Wales and what this means in terms of crisis leadership and change.
Participants will explore new approaches, behaviours and mind sets, creating a public service that is more confident in delivery whilst instilling strong leadership values as we move through this crisis.
"A privilege to hear insight from world class speakers and a perfect opportunity to engage with other public service leaders." Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board"
"A fantastic week of self-discovery, self-reflection and supported future planning for ongoing personal and leadership growth.” National Assembly for Wales"
"A truly immersive educational, reflective experience, where everything aligned - people, learning - to make a truly valuable experience of learning and reflection.” Welsh Government"
Chair and speakers
- Paul Schanzer
- Jeremy Vaughan
South Wales Police
- Julie James MS
- Matthew Taylor
- Dr Andrew Goodall
- Professor Uzo Iwobi OBE
Specialist Adviser on Equalities to Welsh Government
- Professor Richard Bolden
University of the West of England
- Baroness Louise Casey
Rough Sleeping Taskforce
- Lt Col James Green
Wales University Officer Training Corps
- Sophie Howe
Future Generations Commissioner for Wales
- Emmanuel Gobillot
This learning programme will help you to develop your leadership behaviours in the following areas:
Learning and self-awareness
Drive and resilience
Focusing on citizens and quality
Championing innovation and change
Building collaboration and partnership
Political awareness and skill
Winter School has been specifically developed for the top three levels of leadership from across the public and voluntary sector in Wales (for example, senior civil servants, chief executives, executive directors, non-executives or equivalent).
In recognition of the unprecedented times and challenges caused by Covid-19 there will be no attendance fee for Winter School 2021.
How to apply
There are limited places available for this event which will be offered through a competitive selection process.
To apply for a place you will need to complete this online application form stating your objectives for attending the event by 11 January 2021.
We will notify applicants whether they have been awarded a place by 15 January 2021.
Applications are now closed. For updates and alerts subscribe to our mailing list.
To find more details, please see our detailed information.
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