I’ve got two gigs today. One chairing and interviewing at the launch of a new campaign about the needs of people with complex problems organised by Homeless Link, another speaking to a conference hosted by UrbanBuzz on knowledge transfer projects. I’m still finalising what I’m going to say at the second of these, but I am even more motivated to do a good job on the first having just been sent a powerful piece by Mark Johnson.
I’ve met Mark a few times. As someone who has himself led a chaotic life and had to work incredibly hard to get things back on track he is always worth listening to.
Meeting the needs of the most troubled families has emerged as a Government priority in recent years. These are the people left behind by a generally rising tide of affluence. But as the tide recedes and the public money declines will we still give this group the attention they so badly need?
Clare Gage FRSA Rachel Sharpe FRSA
Clare Gage and Rachel Sharpe, RSA Fellowship Councillors for the Central region, introduce themselves and outline what they want to create with Central region Fellows over the next few years.
Rebecca Ford, our Head of Collaboration and Learning Design, is hosting a three-month pilot learning journey to explore how the Living Change Approach can strengthen individual and organisational capacities to effect change. In this blog she explains why and how we are delivering the pilot.