CSLE offer coaching and leadership to encourage collaborative working to deliver efficiencies and drive effectiveness across the Public Sector. Our programmes aim to bring together senior and aspiring leaders from across the public and not-for-profit/voluntary sectors, with the aim of developing strong networks and enabling participants to identify opportunities for collaborative working; ensuring that services delivered are done so in an effective and efficient manner and ultimately to improve the delivery of services to the public.
CPD Courses and Workshops Available
Collaborating through ComplexityCPD
Workshop | Cross Sector Leadership ExchangeCross Sector Leadership Exchange
Leading into the Future – Collaborating through Complexity is a three-day programme providing participants across the public sector; voluntary agencies and others the opportunity to explore and understand the issues and interdependent problems facing vulnerable people and communities; such as mental health inequalities; poverty and crime. Participants hear from challenging speakers on the issues facing leaders; exploring how these societal challenges and wicked problems require a mind-set shift and a skill set that focuses on working across conventional boundaries encountered in organisations; professions and sectors; developing skills to effectively forge relationships with colleagues across sectors; addressing real problems with real partners and designing real solutions.
Director of Infection Prevention and Control – Executive Development ProgrammeCPD
Training Course | Cross Sector Leadership ExchangeCross Sector Leadership Exchange
To develop a pipeline of Directors of Infection Prevention and Control to fill business critical posts across the NHS and wider health and social care system. The programme learning outcomes: On completion participants will be able to demonstrate: an understanding of leadership styles and their effectiveness; the application of systems leadership to influence direction; enable effective delivery of improvement programmes and encourage continual improvement across the health and social care system; their ability to connect and engage effectively with key stakeholders across the health and care system and beyond in order to build strong and willing coalitions committed to jointly drive and sustain reductions in health care associated infections and reduce patient harm; and readiness to operate effectively as a Director of Infection Prevention and Control.