The programme will consist of six live online modules, self-directed learning relating to each module and a team based coursework assignment to progress a strategic project focussing on workforce challenges. Throughout the programme you will receive peer group and coaching support. The programme will culminate with teams presenting their business case for change (based on the coursework) to a Pan London executive strategic group.
In order to participate fully and successfully in the programme, you will be required to attend the scheduled modules and coaching/peer review sessions and commit time to completing the self-directed learning and coursework. Please review the figure below which provides programme dates and gives an indication of the learning hours you will be required to commit to:
|6th May||Online Module 1|
Leadership core skills and values
|25th / 26th May||Facilitated peer coaching||90 minutes|
|9th June||Online Module 2|
Leadership and the art of wellbeing and resilience
|22nd / 24th June||Self-facilitated peer coaching||90 minutes|
|13th July||Online Module 3|
Leadership and the art of critical and creative thinking
|21st / 22nd July||Self-facilitated peer review||60 minutes|
|14th September||Online Module 4|
Influencing for engagement and advocacy
|21st / 22nd September||Facilitated peer coaching||90 minutes|
|6th October||Online Module 5|
Leadership and the art of doing things differently
|12th / 14th October||Self-facilitated peer coaching||90 minutes|
|19th October||Online Module 6|
Leading with strategic presence and CYP advocacy
|12th November||Project presentations to Pan London executive strategic group||TBC|
Approximate commitment over full programme duration: 55 – 70 hrs
If you have any questions regarding the programme, dates or commitment required, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Sharon on 07989 190037, who will be happy to discuss any queries with you.
Please fill in and submit the form below to complete your application (if you’re unable to commit to participating in the programme, please complete the form indicating ‘no’ in response to question 7).