RSA Networks Community of Practice: Working with Local Councils

Fellowship Event

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Online (through Zoom)

  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

Do you run a Fellowship network, or host regular meetings for Fellows?

Join other network or group leads at this online event, the latest in a series designed to develop a community of practice, helping Fellows lead purposeful, sustainable and connected networks that actively contribute to social change.

The focus this time is on working with local government, and attendees are encouraged to bring examples or stories of how they are developing relationships with councils to maximise impact in their local communities. We’ll consider opportunities as well as challenges in this open learning space.

Andrew Staines FRSA, Head of Strategy, Innovation and Performance at Norfolk County Council, will kick us off by talking about how he’s working with the RSA Norwich and Norfolk Group.

This event will take place via online conferencing platform, Zoom. You will receive the unique link to this event by through a confirmation email once you have booked to attend. You will also receive a reminder email 48 hours before the event starts.

Please book your place using the link at the top of this page.

 

AGENDA

17.30 (BST) : Welcome and introductions

17.40: Brief introduction to ways of working with local government

17.45: Andrew Staines FRSA
17.55: Small group discussions

18.15: Plenary & further questions

18.35: Discuss & decide the topic of the next Fellowship Networks Community of Practice event

19.00 (BST): Event close

 

If you have any questions please contact the team by emailing [email protected].

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