Book a Leadership Team Away Day

I have been helping leadership teams to develop authentic strategies for their organisations for many years. In social housing, discovering the wisest way to balance different, often competing priorities is a tangible challenge.

How do we ensure that tenants are satisfied with the service they receive?

How do we maintain and enhance our housing stock?

How do we sustain our organisation whilst growing and developing?

How do we find time to be creative and innovative whilst keeping the show on the road?

How do we develop strong partnerships whilst clearly defining our own goals, values and ways of working?

How do we balance governance and legislation with empowerment and flexibility?

How do we learn from mistakes and make our organisation more resilient?

How do we communicate more effectively – internally and externally?

How do we measure and manage performance yet also nurture our staff and working environment to be a place to grow and develop and not be stressed?

What are our organisation’s values and how do they fit with those of our staff, tenants and other stakeholders?

If any or all of these questions are important to you and your leaders, it might be a good time for a leadership away day. This is a chance to get away from the office, to think about purpose, priorities, values and strategy. A chance to step back, reflect and then to set some tangible and realisable direction for the future.

It is the first step towards creating an authentic and compelling way forward.

Away days are about: enquiring into purpose, exploring direction and values, sharing experiences, debate and discussion, and way-finding.

A leadership away day can help to create a positive and real way forward for your organisaiton.

Get in touch if you are interested in booking a leadership awayday.


About Paul Levy

Paul is a writer, thinker, facilitator, theatre-maker, and conversifier. He is the author of the book, Digital Inferno.

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