Member Induction healthcheck results Bridget Harris 'Towards May 2010: excellence  in member induction'  November 26 th  2...
If government is going to change we will need politicians to change too
manifesto for a modern local politics
research checklist developed with help from member development officers, leadership advisors and research on council's own...
responses So far there's been 175 responses from around 150 Local Authorities, across every region in England  (and Wales)
 
x14 responses say their council doesn't offer any kind of 'day one' basic support, like tour of building, carparking, secu...
 
x106 offer PDP's to their members x 71 facilitate political mentoring x 45 offer ward/division 'walks' with officers and m...
 
x 101 provide detailed information at ward level x 87 provide guidance on community leadership roles x 92 encourage member...
 
x 118 convene a member development steering group x 135 review all induction materials after election x 136 incorporate vi...
 
 
OFFICERS 70.29% MEMBERS 50.32% AVERAGE 62.76% OUR SURVEY SAID.....
MEMBER 1 56% #1 CITY OF LONDON MEMBER 4 20% MEMBER 2 36% MEMBER 3 29%
OFFICERS  74-81% MEMBER 2 43% MEMBER 1 93% #2 RICHMOND
#3 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN NORTH WEST 78% Y&H 70% SOUTH WEST 73% WEST MIDLANDS 69% EAST OF ENGLAND 62% EAST MIDLANDS 86% SOUTH ...
#5 LONDON BREAKDOWN NEWHAM 94% K & C 84% TOWER HAMLETS 91% RICHMOND 84% ENFIELD 77% HARINGEY 96% ISLINGTON 81% HAVERING 67...
next steps Benchmark for London is set at 63% 2010 elections opportunity to innovate and change the way we do politics
next steps keep sharing ideas keep it enjoyable!
director of politics and partnerships  [email_address] co-ordinator of programme [email_address]
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These are the results of over 150 local authorities' member induction programmes set against a benchmark of a best practice checklist available from www.21stCenturyCouncillor.com/tests. The results were presented to Capital Ambitions one day conference on member induction for 2010 elections in London.

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  1. 1. Member Induction healthcheck results Bridget Harris 'Towards May 2010: excellence in member induction' November 26 th 2009
  2. 2. If government is going to change we will need politicians to change too
  3. 3. manifesto for a modern local politics
  4. 4. research checklist developed with help from member development officers, leadership advisors and research on council's own published programmes
  5. 5. responses So far there's been 175 responses from around 150 Local Authorities, across every region in England (and Wales)
  6. 7. x14 responses say their council doesn't offer any kind of 'day one' basic support, like tour of building, carparking, security passes or email x12 don't provide IT facilities x6 don't issue induction packs x4 don't take photos X 40 don't introduce new members to the CX or service heads
  7. 9. x106 offer PDP's to their members x 71 facilitate political mentoring x 45 offer ward/division 'walks' with officers and members x 36 run sessions on effective opposition / administration
  8. 11. x 101 provide detailed information at ward level x 87 provide guidance on community leadership roles x 92 encourage members to go to regional and national conferences and events
  9. 13. x 118 convene a member development steering group x 135 review all induction materials after election x 136 incorporate views of members into the ongoing induction plan
  10. 16. OFFICERS 70.29% MEMBERS 50.32% AVERAGE 62.76% OUR SURVEY SAID.....
  11. 17. MEMBER 1 56% #1 CITY OF LONDON MEMBER 4 20% MEMBER 2 36% MEMBER 3 29%
  12. 18. OFFICERS 74-81% MEMBER 2 43% MEMBER 1 93% #2 RICHMOND
  13. 19. #3 REGIONAL BREAKDOWN NORTH WEST 78% Y&H 70% SOUTH WEST 73% WEST MIDLANDS 69% EAST OF ENGLAND 62% EAST MIDLANDS 86% SOUTH EAST 60% NORTH EAST 59% LONDON 63%
  14. 20. #5 LONDON BREAKDOWN NEWHAM 94% K & C 84% TOWER HAMLETS 91% RICHMOND 84% ENFIELD 77% HARINGEY 96% ISLINGTON 81% HAVERING 67% SOUTHWARK 87% HACKNEY 65%
  15. 21. next steps Benchmark for London is set at 63% 2010 elections opportunity to innovate and change the way we do politics
  16. 22. next steps keep sharing ideas keep it enjoyable!
  17. 23. director of politics and partnerships [email_address] co-ordinator of programme [email_address]
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