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There are very important discussions going on in and around the RSA at the moment regarding Governance.
The Trustees put forward proposals for changes to the Bye-laws which include how Fellows become members of the Trustee board. The main change is moving from electing up to 4 Fellows…Continue
And Leadership is the "uncovering" of collective purpose?
Photo by Andrea Gewessler
Added by Sofia Bustamante on September 27, 2010 at 11:52 — No Comments
After a short break for networking after a packed first half, Mashable’s Social Good Summit resumed. From the opening of the Summit, the audience was anticipating the appearance of Ted Turner, the event’s guest of honor, who was scheduled to attend as the final speaker of the day—an appropriate choice being that the Social Good Summit was sponsored by the… Continue
Added by Phillip Johnston on September 21, 2010 at 19:30 — No Comments
With the UN’s announcement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a conversation has begun in both public and private sectors about what the world has decided are the world’s biggest problems—issues ranging from poverty and hunger to gender equality and environmental sustainability. At the opening of the United Nations’ Summit on the MDG’s in New York City… Continue
Added by Phillip Johnston on September 21, 2010 at 16:00 — No Comments
Since my initial newsletter insert about the need to develop a RSA Women Speaker Network I have been delighted by a response of nearly two hundred emails in support of the initiative from the Fellowship and beyond. Many have asked ‘what is your vision?’…Continue
Added by Louise Burfitt-Dons on September 6, 2010 at 13:52 — No Comments
I was listening this evening to some recording of a briefing which took place at the Kings Fund on the topic "Public Health: a new direction" featuring:
Anne Milton, Parliamentary under secertary of state for Public Health, MP
Dr Anna Dixon, Director of Policy, Kings Fund
Lindsey Davies, President of the Faculty of Public Health.…Continue
Added by Yinka Makinde on August 2, 2010 at 21:29 — No Comments
We await the White Paper on Public Health which is due to be published in the autumn.
I for one. can't wait for this, as the coalition government has proclaimed it more or less as a new dawn for public health, shifting it in the mindsets of people from a national campaign to a national movement, which has a national vision, led by local expertise, driven by evidence and founded on social responsibility.
This is a very sensible and enlightened way forward - making it everybody's…Continue
Added by Yinka Makinde on August 2, 2010 at 20:41 — No Comments
A friend pointed me to The Glue Project yesterday, which is an exploration of what makes communities work - both on and offline. The discussion has been started by Douglas Atkin who used to work for Meetup - one of the largest group organising sites. I found some of the conversations fascinating not least because of the research I have been doing with David Gauntlett and other amazing people… Continue
EPSRC has just asked for expression of interest for new projects.,
We have been developing a Toolset for Cultural mapping , being used in Cultural and health settings
let me know if your interested
Themes for this call:
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ok - maybe a bit of an abstract question, but how do we as support providers, advisors and consultants assure ourselves and others as to our value, our quality, that the types of approach we take are appropriate to their needs and culture, and so on.
The easy answer is to cite some accreditaton or testimonial from previous clients, but I have an idea that we could go beyond that and start to report on the impacts of our professional practices to assure customers and clients that…
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