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The 21st Century Public Servant

The 21st Century Public Servant
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In November 2012 an invited audience of senior public servants and academics joined a round table discussion of the role of public servants and public service in the 21st century.
Date:
Thursday 20th March 2014

Ethical Leadership for Social Work Practice

Description
This seminar will consider different perspectives for considering ethical leadership practice.
Date:
Thursday 30th May 2013

The 21st-century public servant needs new skills - Guardian Society...

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Research suggests public sector workers need more integrated training, transferable skills and better communication. (www.guardian.co.uk)
Date:
Tuesday 30th April 2013

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National and international experts discuss citizen involvement in health and social care decision making

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On June 4th leaders from across the NHS and Local Government attended an HSMC/Public Service Academy (PSA) event focussing on the challenges of involving citizens in a time of public sector austerity. Attendees heard presentations from Dr Marion Danis from the National Institutes of Health at the US Department of Health and Human Services, Professor Derek Bolton from Citizens UK and Mr Saidul Haque from Birmingham Citizens.
Date:
Thursday 13th June 2013
Categories:
Social Sciences, Vice Chancellor

Video: Catherine Needham - Politics, government and public policy

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Dr Catherine Needham Senior lecturer in Public Policy talks about Politics, government and public policy.
Date:
Tuesday 12th February 2013
Categories:
Social Sciences
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The Twenty-first century public servant: developing our response

The nature of public services is changing and this has significant implications for those who work in them.  The localism agenda and the devolution of power promise to dramatically alter systems of public services.   Added to this, the increased involvement of private and third sector providers in the delivery of public services means that we are seeing a radical programme of public service reform.  Taken together these changes could mean a significant shift in terms of what public servants do, where they do it, what skills they may need and what their career trajectories might look like.... Read more