Our first virtual Leadership Conference!

Tilia Lenz
24th November 2021

NCCDSW is to host its first virtual Leadership Conference open to Health and Social Work professionals.

This free to attend event will take place on 9th December 2021 (09:00 – 17:00 GMT), and will be the first of its kind, aimed at strengthening connections across academia, practice and leadership by sharing knowledge, experience and expertise. Watch our little video to find out more https://vimeo.com/643947076/feb0932eeb

The conference will be aimed at managers and aspiring practice leaders at all levels within Health and Social Care settings and will address key themes such as:

  • How do we manage leadership in a post-Covid environment?
  • What happens if change is forced upon us?
  • Which teams were successful in delivering care and how was success measured?

The NCCDSW will collaborate with academics and practitioners from a wide range of backgrounds to offer interactive workshops and panel discussions.

Dr Neil Thompson, a renowned academic in the field of leadership in Health & Social Care will be attending as keynote speaker who will offer his perspective on Authentic Leadership.

Tilia Lenz Senior Lecturer at Bournemouth University has commented “Our conference will harness the learning of what leadership post-pandemic means to take practice into the future and we can’t wait!”

For more information about the day and to register your attendance, sign up via Eventbrite.

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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