The shift to remote working brought on by Covid-19 has the potential to open up an array of economic and environmental opportunities for Ireland’s regions. By supporting remote working, policymakers could promote a wider range of options for workers and open opportunities for business solutions, allowing integration and coworking across regions to address regional imbalances.
In this case study, Andrew Cribb (co-founder of 3Space, a UK-based affordable workspace provider) shares examples from the UK of how councils are managing their property portfolios to provide affordable spaces and deliver sustainable economic growth objectives.
In this briefing, Zoe Pappas and Jess Cossens from Right Lane Consulting draw on their experience as strategy experts to identify ways local governments can ‘power up’ their strategic planning process.
This online workshop will help managers and staff involved in the recruitment process to understand the challenges and opportunities when recruiting online from the interview itself to supporting candidates back to the office.
Transform your presentation skills and overcome anxiety with skills and techniques to help you convey your message with confidence and dynamism in this interactive workshop. Master online platforms to deliver virtual presentations in a world where we increasingly interact in both virtual and face-to-face settings.
How can councils retain lessons learned from the lockdown in maintaining and developing a positive organisational culture in a changed world?
More services are being provided in-house by local and central government, with Covid-19 accelerating the move away from outsourcing. But has outsourcing really had its day? A new Institute for Government report sets out what councils should ask when deciding whether to insource.
Online Training: Beyond the Pandemic; A new type of culture for a new type of Council: The role of Organisational Development
This online workshop is an interactive opportunity to develop your awareness and understanding of the organisational implications of change and the way in which Organisational Development can be used to challenge and shift culture to where it needs to be. It’s a chance to share experiences and opportunities and stimulate ideas and possibilities.
Three months after the launch of LGiU Australia, Merle Zierke looks at what we have delivered so far and explores some of the results we’ve had so far from our user survey.
This briefing explores the two immediate problems facing both the farming and fishing industries in the current quarantine situation: how to find workers to bring in crops and catch, and where to sell produce.