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PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England
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PPMA National Service Debate at CIPD Conf 8 Nov 2012 - Kersten England

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  • 1. Leadership in Turbulent Times – Surfing the waves of change Kersten EnglandChief Executive, City of York Council
  • 2. A bit about me• Chief Executive of City of York Council• Background in • equalities, organisational development • communities • central/ local Government•Belief in agency of individuals andcommunities•Necessity of respect and collaboration
  • 3. Our Context – Paradigm Shift Frompaternalistic and‘benevolent’ To catalyst and facilitator
  • 4. Two Overriding Priorities•City of Enterprise•Resilient, capable communities ….And for the Organisation •Innovative •Entrepreneurial •Resident focussed
  • 5. Organisational Development Agenda•Structural change•Investment inleadership•Mature,professionalrelationships
  • 6. Organisational Development Agenda•Investment incommunication•Recognising and celebratingcontributions and excellence•Crowd-sourcing ideas
  • 7. Utilising talent•Talented individuals in non-worklife•Hierarchy and schemes ofdelegation unhelpful•Proceed until apprehended
  • 8. First Fruits•Co-producing the future –developing a co-operativelibrary service•Each one teach one on theservice to city programme•Utilising untapped skills
  • 9. First Fruits•GeniUS ideas•Closing the digitaldivide•Corporate SocialResponsibility•# TeamYork
  • 10. Offer to public sector workers•No longer a job for life•Can’t keep head down and get on SO•Will offer decent employment•Support to help shape the organisationand wider community•Support informed choices about howservices are delivered
  • 11. Alternative models of employment •Transfers to other employers •Employee mutual •Self-employment
  • 12. Things I have learnt / am learning •Find ‘True North’ •Develop strong narrative •Conscious constant articulation •Unlock potential •Co-create / produce
  • 13. Things I have learnt / am learning •Honour the past •Dissent •Hurt •Create safe uncertainty •Work in the circle of influence •Rest, recuperate •Celebrate
  • 14. Conclusion•Empower everyone toshape the vision for thecommunity•Make engaging andinvolving staff the priority•The future is more in ourcontrol than ever before

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