BU Leadership Conference 2022: Creating Inclusive Work Communities

Tilia Lenz
11th October 2022

We are excited to be able to invite you to our second Annual Leadership Conference! We would love to take last year’s momentum forward and address some of the topics that are pertinent to leadership and practice across Health and Social Sciences at the present time.

DateFriday 9th December 2022
Time9.30am –13.30pm

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-ncpqsw-leadership-conference-2022-tickets-417849628487

2022 has been a year of challenge: Covid 19 has fundamentally changed our relationship with work and our appreciation of life. Brexit and the emerging energy crisis have accelerated personal and resourcing pressures across industries and concerns around recruitment and retention have increased. 

Individuals are faced with the impact of the cost-of-living crisis and some have to make the decision to heat or eat. 

Anti-racist and inclusive practise is expected whilst societal and organisational structures are still evolving to move beyond privilege. 

Our conference will address these and other concerns and challenges across Health and Social Care with a focus on retention and how we can create inclusive work communities. 

Please feel free to share this free event with your networks and we look forward to seeing you for an engaging conference and panel discussion. 

Meet the author(s)

Tilia Lenz

Senior Lecturer Social Work and CPD Framework Social Sciences. (She/her)
Tilia is a Senior Lecturer for Social Work and the CPD Framework lead for Social Sciences. She is a qualified Social Pedagogue and registered Social Worker and spent 15 years in front line Children’s Services as a practitioner and manager. She undertook her MA studies in Managing and Developing Services in Health and Social Care at BU with the focus on Organisational Cultures and Staff Performance. She is now undertaking research for her PhD on ‘Relationship Performance Management in Child Protection’. She has a particular interest in practitioner wellbeing and resilience.
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