Community Planning

in Scotland

Delivered by

nhs health scotland

Leadership and governance for CPPs

Leadership development resources

The Improvement Service's free e-learning platform, offering a wide range of learning resources designed to enhance leadership and workforce development across Scottish local government, public and third sectors.

Summary

A2L (Access 2 Learning)

This series of notebooks provides information, guidance and support to CPP Board members.

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CPP Board Member Guidance

Aims to support the transformation of public services by using dialogue methods to enhance the quality of relationships through conversations.

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Workforce Scotland website

https://www.workforcescotland.com/dialogue/

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Go to resource

Dialogue Community of Practice

The Leadership Checklist provides and opportunity for the CPP Board to consider its strengths and areas for improvement in relation to the leadership of the CPP.  It also gives individual Community Planning partners the opportunity to consider their own leadership approach and to identify personal improvement actions.

Summary

Leadership Checklist

This programme pairs up leaders across sectors to provide insight into different cultures, constraints and opportunities within the public sector.

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Leadership Exchanges

The Scottish Coaching Collaborative provides a wide-reaching and cost-effective coaching service that enables in-house trained coaches to work within other organisations through flexible time-banking.

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Workforce Scotland website

https://www.workforcescotland.com/scc/

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Scottish Coaching Collaborative

The Pioneer offer is to provide leadership development, in real time, to groups of leaders from across public service partners who are seeking to collaborate in order to tackle a real, complex, systemic (wicked) issue. The Pioneer programme makes a distinction between crisis intervention needing command and control responses, managerial issues requiring process and procedure and wicked issues requiring collaborative leadership. Systemic issues require collaboration as no single service or organisation alone has the answer, each has a stake in the issue and a different view about the nature of the problem and how it should be tackled. Through skilled facilitation, learning, inquiry and action are put at the heart of real work, explicitly drawing on and being informed by models and theories appropriate to leadership and transformation. It is a deliberative process using action inquiry as a key methodology. It is concerned with discovering collaborative advantage.

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Workforce Scotland

Providers

Pioneering Collaborative Leadership

The Institute can help the organisation's  Board grow and develop. The Institute  offers the following to support the governance of a partnership:

 

  • Board development days
  • Recruitment and induction of new Board members
  • Conflict within the Board
  • Strategic planning

 

The Institute  also provides coaching for leaders seeking a confidential and thought-provoking space where they can gain a fresh perspective and enhance their ability to respond effectively to any of the challenges  met as a leader.

Summary

Kinharvie website

http://www.kinharvie.org.uk

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Go to resource

Kinharvie Institute

Partnership governance

Partnership governance resources

Two partnership checklists have been developed to support CPPs to critically review their ‘fitness for purpose’ in achieving shared outcomes.

Summary

Partnership Checklist

The Community Planning Improvement (CPI) programme aims to help Third Sctor Interfaces to clarify and strengthen their role, and the role of the third sector, in Community Planning.

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Third Sector Interface Community Planning Improvement Programme

Working in partnership

nhs health scotland

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