A 2-hour session that will equip delegates with the knowledge to successfully escape from high-risk situations when all other means of conflict resolution have failed.
The projects, programmes, networks and initiatives discussed in this briefing highlight the vital roles for subnational institutions and actors – particularly local governments, who have both a leadership and delivery role in driving forward climate action.
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.
During COP26 the LGIU is running a workshop on Climate Governance after COP26. This online workshop will use case studies from across the UK to explore frameworks for effective local climate governance.
Youth Futures Foundation and IPPO are hosting an event on Tuesday 16th November, 3.30pm-5pm to bring together local policymakers, practitioners and researchers to explore what should be in cities local recovery plans to boost youth employment, particularly among marginalised groups.
At the heart of any major transformation programme are your organisation's values -- and the dynamic skills to translate those values into both service delivery and staff wellbeing. This training dives into management styles, individual skills, as well as practical guidance on shaping your organisation's culture and how to move forward with fewer barriers and…
This lively and interactive session aims to remove the jargon and complexity surrounding digital and technology, providing a solid foundation of knowledge for those in leadership positions to ensure their approach is the right one.
Smart cities are more than just using tech. They are ultimately about using technology to improve the quality of life and happiness of our citizens. This collection of examples shows how.
This briefing shows how a structured approach to strategic risk management can help leaders to develop their post-pandemic strategies, plans and activities, by using a risk ‘lens’ to complement objective-based approaches.