EMail Print Export to ics (for outlook, google calendar, etc...)

The Challenges of Leadership: Improving Outcomes for Our Looked After Children

Event 

The Challenges of Leadership: Improving Outcomes for Our Looked After Children
Name:
The Challenges of Leadership: Improving Outcomes for Our Looked After Children
Status:
Cancelled
Date(s):
Monday 21/05/2012
Additional Day:
TBC
Start/End Time(s):
09:15 until 15:30
Where:
Edinburgh City Chambers - Council Chambers, Edinburgh, EH1 1YJ
Category:
Seminar

Description

A seminar for managers; workers with supervisory responsibilities; and other looked after children workers who hold formal or informal leadership positions.

CELCIS has been engaged in consultation with stakeholders from the looked after children sector since its inception in 2011.  These on-going discussions have highlighted the need for practitioners and carers in this sector to be given the opportunity to learn and develop the skills, knowledge and values necessary for effective leadership.  This seminar aims to show different approaches and considerations related to the nature and challenges of leadership.  It is presented by speakers with substantial knowledge and practical experience of leading and managing services within the looked after children sector.  This event is the third of three CELCIS seminars to concentrate on the theme of leadership in the looked after children sector.

Speakers include:

  • Jess Alexander, Scottish Social Services Council
  • Itay Talgam, www.Ted.com
  • Martin Goodwin, Edinburgh City Council
  • Fiona Feilberg, Robert Gordon University
  • Gabriel Eichsteller & Danny Henderson, ThemPra Social Pedagogy & Care Visions
  • Graeme Simpson, Aberdeen City Council
  • Young Leaders & Supporting Staff, Aberdeen Foyer

Delegate Cost

  • Delegate
  •         
            £55.00

Attachments

Download The Challenges of Leadership Flier

Event Registration

It's too late to register for this Event.
Current Activities

Conference

Event

CELCIS 2014: We Are Family Conference

Perth

08th October 2014

Training

Partner Logos