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Joint event for WMADASS, WMADCS and WMADPH

24 July 2015
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When: Fri 24th Jul 09:30 - Fri 24th Jul 01:30

Where: Colmore Gate, De Vere Venues, Birmingham, B3 2QD

This event is for Directors of Adult Social Care, Children’s Services and Public Health, and is by invitation only.

 

Joint event:

West Midlands Associations

of Directors of Adults Social Services, Children’s Services & Public Health

24 July 2015, Colmore Gate, DeVere Venues, Birmingham, B3 2QD


WM ADASS + WM ADCS + WM ADPH

 

Agenda

 

9.30     Registration and Coffee

 

10.00   Welcome and introduction

Alistair Neill, CEO at Herefordshire Council and West Midlands lead CEO for Integration

 

10.15   Systems Leadership: its practical application and impact in places

Debbie Sorkin, National Director of Systems Leadership, the Leadership Centre

 

 

10.45   Table discussions in the context of Mental Health, Commissioning and Workforce

  • How far are we already using Systems Leadership approaches in our places, whether through programmes or practice?
  • If so, what are the opportunities for bringing this work together across places in the West Midlands and strengthening connections?
  • Who else might we involve?
  • What else might we do? What would help and what would hinder?

11.15   Coffee, fruit and pastries

 

11.30   Table discussions– what does a systems leadership approach look like in the following areas?

1) Mental Health and Wellbeing (Stephen Chandler –supported by Ewan King, SCIE)

2) Workforce Strategies (Jo Davidson/ Tony Ivko supported by Lynne Bowers)

3) Commissioning (Martin Samuels & Chris Lewington supported by Paul Johnston)

 

12.10   Feedback

  • What's helping/supporting people using Systems Leadership approaches?
  • What's hindering/getting in the way (principal issues)?
  • Practical examples of where it's working in the West Midlands.

12.30   Sector Led Improvement - approaches, synergies, opportunities

Facilitated by Alistair Neill and Debbie Sorkin

 

1.15     Closing remarks from Alistair Neill

 

1.30     Lunch