This unique programme for public sector organisations will help you to:
Engage your workforce in delivering successful transformation
Align workplaces culture, values and behaviours with service innovation
Empower staff to use and develop their full range of talent and creativity
Leading Workplace Innovation is a tried and tested programme, accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), and grounded in evidence and experience.
It is focused on practical approaches to change and improvement, providing public sector organisations with the knowledge, skills and practical support needed to enhance performance, innovation and engagement. From September 2018 to May 2019, up to 12 public organisations will benefit from use of a unique Diagnostic survey, seven interactive workshop sessions (including action learning sets), and 10 hours of on-site coaching and facilitation.
The survey, based on 62 evidence-based workplace practices associated with high performance and engagement, supports participants in designing and delivering tangible change initiatives specific to each organisation’s needs.
Workplace Innovation Europe is a not-for-profit company with more than 25 years’ experience of developing and sharing good practice in the workplace. We co-lead the European Workplace Innovation Network (EUWIN) on behalf of the European Commission and provide a wide range of pro bono support for better ways of working.
Stop re-inventing the wheel and start learning from your peers
Part of your job is to change things at your workplace, to improve performance, to stimulate new thinking and to enhance employee engagement. It can be hard to accomplish.
But it needn’t be that hard. Not if you learn from people who have been there before you, or even those from different organisations who are on the same journey.
That’s the message that we took to our Leading Workplace Innovation in the Public Sector taster workshop in Birmingham, an event filled with the buzz of ideas and experiences being shared by participants from organisations including North Yorkshire County Council, Lincolnshire County Council, West Midlands Employers, Warwickshire County Council, Staffordshire County Council, University of Birmingham, London Borough of Haringey, Tef Housing Association, Birmingham City Council and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
For a taste of the event click on the photos and watch the video below.