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  • 1. East Manchester Interagency Training Programme 2006/07
  • 2. A Taste of East Manchester
    • Celebrating diversity across East Manchester through shared experiences of food
  • 3. About the Inter-Agency Training…..
    • Aimed at front line managers and agencies working in East Manchester
    • Fifth Year of programme
    • Accredited with Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) leading to Level 5 Certificate in Leadership
    • Multi-agency membership
  • 4. Aims of programme……..
    • Develop skills and knowledge
    • Build capacity of agencies working in East Manchester
    • Develop individual skills in managing East Manchester services
  • 5. Objectives of programme….
    • Identify how agencies can work together to benefit the regeneration of East Manchester
    • Challenge culture and processes of own organisation
    • Develop leadership qualities
    • Identify blocks to change and feedback to decision makers
    • Develop confidence and skills to contribute to the regeneration of East Manchester
    • Develop an approach to championing change in own organisation
  • 6. Leadership and Management Development Working towards NVQ award Level 5 from Institute of Leadership and Management
  • 7. The group studied:
    • X:Y leadership styles
    • Emotional intelligence
    • Continuum
    • etc
  • 8. Assignments
    • Demonstrated understanding of leadership theories.
    • Considered examples of real life application in the workplace.
    • Considered benefits to participating agencies and to East Manchester.
  • 9. The Programme…..
    • 2 day residential September 2006
    • 10 workshops themed around work priorities within East Manchester
    • Group project
    • Monthly learning logs
    • Personal development plan
    • Mentor
    • Assignments
    • Presentation to steering group
  • 10. What have we done?……
    • Organisation Culture
    • Group Project
    • Outcomes
    • Conclusion
    • Questions
  • 11. Purpose
    • Community Cohesion
    • Addressing social exclusion
    • Intergenerational understanding
  • 12. Delivery
    • Six taster sessions were held across East Manchester
    • Flash cards were produced and used to help generate discussions around food memories and shared experiences
    • There were two Celebration events held at Ashbury Meadow Children’s Centre and Heathfield Resource Centre
  • 13. Celebration event
  • 14. Sustainability
    • Articles in local newspaper
    • The continuation of the ‘Taste of East Manchester’ brand
    • Inspiration for other events
    • The establishment of a 10 week Food appreciation course
    • Intergenerational events around food and health
  • 15. Outcomes : Cost
    • Recent exercise estimated cost per officer/manager attending = £9,015 (calculated on 10 attendees)
    • Factors considered;
      • Time committed (officer, manager, mentor)
      • Time committed by guest speakers
      • Develop time by facilitators
      • Course fee
    • All have tangible benefits, including efficiency savings
  • 16. Outcomes: Benefits
    • Course is of significant benefit to new starters in New East Manchester
      • Local knowledge (history and present)
      • Regeneration infrastructure
      • Partnership meetings and forums (i.e. LTM, LAPs, WCSG)
    • Shadowing other agencies
    • Agencies from 06/07 have agreed to deliver small induction to new employees in NEM.
  • 17. Future Partnerships
    • All officers attending the course are involved in future partnership work and multi-agency projects;
      • Libraries and Sports Development
      • Older people and Ashbury Meadow
      • Safer Neighbourhoods and schools
      • SureStart and old people
      • Sports Development and NCH
  • 18. Conclusion
    • The project was a great success, well planned and delivered on time within the realistic timescales set and within budget

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