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110614 speaker profiles

  1. 1. “LEADING CHANGE FOR THE FUTURE”<br />Supporting People to Self-Manage<br />Tuesday 14 June 2011<br />Centre for Health Science, Inverness, IV2 3JH <br />Speaker Profiles<br />Glenn Hinds<br />Biography: Glenn Hinds lives in Derry, Northern Ireland with Lisa and their three children Maeve, Rory and Bronagh. He is a director of OiWillo Training Co. Ltd and facilitates bespoke workshops and coaching in Motivational Interviewing, Workforce Wellbeing, Substance Abuse and Personal Change. He is trained in person centred and psychodynamic counselling with almost twenty years experience as a Social Worker in mental health and alcohol and drug services. His favourite poem is ‘If’ by Rudyard Kipling, and current favourite quote is ‘So faith, hope, love remain, these three; but the greatest of these is love.’ 1 Corinthians 13:13.<br />Tim Warren<br />Biography: Tim Warren went the University of Aberdeen in 1980, qualifying as a social worker in 1986. He worked in residential child care, before returning to education, in New York and then Edinburgh. He worked in criminal justice social work in Aberdeen and later in Dumfries, before becoming a social work inspector in the Scottish Executive in 2000. Here he provided professional advice, moving from offenders’ work, to the team which established the Scottish Social Services Council and the Care Commission, and then to the reform of social work education. He co-wrote guidance on restraining children in residential and secure care, and then moved to a policy role, dealing with child protection training. In 2007 took on the role of policy lead for health improvement and health inequalities, with responsibility for the Keep Well programme of inequalities targeted high risk primary prevention health checks. At the beginning of 2011 he moved to the Healthcare Planning Division, where he has responsibility for Scottish Government’s strategic partnership with the Long Term Conditions Alliance Scotland and for promoting Self Management.<br />

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