Leading locally through collaboration rather than competition

This event is taking place today, please secure your place below.

Thursday, 21 October 2021
Online | 2 - 4 pm | Free | For Senior Leaders

The second session in our series designed to support Chief Executives and emerging leaders to build strong, sustainable organisations to enable them to more effectively deliver their mission and support individuals experiencing homelessness

Collaboration opens up opportunities to create transformative local practice. It is through collaboration that we grow, discover new possibilities and ensure innovation in our constantly changing environments. 

In this peer support session, we’ll look at how to overcome the barriers of commissioning and traditional working practices to move from competition to collaboration so you can lead locally.  

The session will be led by John Hamblin, Chief Executive, Shekinah who will share his experiences of both developing and delivering within The Plymouth Alliance.  

You'll also have the opportunity to hear from other senior leaders taking part in the session and share your experience of collaboration.

We'll discuss:

  • How to set boundaries for organisations and collaboration 
  • What collaboration means for leadership  
  • How to lead locally to catalyse real change  
  • How to reach out beyond commissioning/conventional sector partnerships  
  • How to embed your organisation within your local community  

Who can join?

This programme is for senior leaders (e.g. Chief Executives) in organisations that support people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. 

How to join 

All masterclass sessions will take place on onlie via Zoom. To secure your place, please book your place online.

Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any requirements that will make this event more accessible to you. Though we will not have a solution to all requirements, we will always do what we can to try and make these events as accessible as possible. Contact us at events@homelesslink.org.uk.