This modular programme has been developed for Councillors who want to develop more advanced interpersonal skills to enable them to gain more positive outcomes when working with people.
Online Training: Being an effective Councillor: Making a difference and doing it your way
Managing Conflict at Work (including post lockdown implications)
Online Training: Investigations: Truth and other lies
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Local governments play a key role in the planning system, driving locally-led solutions to meet the needs and expectations of local communities. The role and voice of local government is vital in delivering not only productivity but liveability and sustainability within local communities. Local Government NSW, in collaboration with LGiU Australia, invites you to join us…
VLGA & LGiU Australia Live Global Local Executive Panel – COVID: The Impact on Children & Young People
Please join VLGA CEO, Kathryn Arndt, and moderator Chris Eddy for this important global discussion on Child Friendly Cities & Communities from panelists from Scotland, Queensland and Victoria.
These online participative workshops are ideal for managers or specialists who have a strategic role or who are looking to develop a better understanding and skills in the area of longer term planning and strategy.
This workshop provides an introduction for both elected members and officers involved in developing responses to the climate emergency and an opportunity to share ideas and best practice.
This webinar seeks to clarify what we mean when we say project and demonstrate how a practical approach can be beneficial. And introduces the nine essential parts of any project not just for work but in other aspects of your life as well.
On 24 June, LGIU and the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) will host a virtual panel discussion on building capacity to use evidence and help end homelessness. Experts across UK local government will come together to discuss using evidence to inform effective and strategic homelessness prevention.
This programme has been developed for Councillors who want to develop their questioning skills, particularly relating to scrutiny.
This one day programme has been developed for Officers whose role includes designing and delivering training for Elected Members. Suitable for both experienced and less experienced presenters, the programme is full of detailed advice and guidance which will support officers in the design and delivery of Member training.
Join us on Wednesday 16 June via Zoom as we launch our latest report, A New Settlement: Place and Wellbeing in Local Government, in partnership with Queen Mary, University of London, with support from Research England. The report will outline a new settlement for place in England built around the insights and the experiences of…