This two-day event will consider what we define as ‘work’ and how we work given the changes that we have experienced in response to the pandemic. Work is no longer considered the place that we go to; but what we do to achieve discrete improved place-based outcomes for localities. How can we as teams and organisations work better and smarter to support each other and the people that we serve? By challenging ourselves – to learn more; think differently; develop empathy and respect and through being more diverse and inclusive in our approach – our working lives can improve and the way in which we deliver public services in a more accessible; responsive and citizen-focused has to be the primary focus.
Our vision is to be the preferred network for professionals who are shaping and delivering public services.
Our members benefit from being part of a growing community where collaboration is key. We bring people together to share experiences and best practice while learning from each other to the benefit of the public sector as a whole. Established for over 30 years, we continue to challenge convention, inspire change and power progress.