To lead, give value & help

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  • The HAPTC Chairman is Cllr Rob McCarthy from Aldbury Parish Council
  • The HAPTC office is open 08.30am - 12.30pm weekdays
  • The office staff are Carina Helmn, County Officer and Sue Campbell, Council Development Officer
  • To lead, give value and help

Who should attend?
Clerks interested in finding out more about the full Leadership programme

Who is presenting?
David Carden; Town Clerk at Burgess Hill Town Council. David has experience in Lei­sure Management, Social Planning and Management Services for five principal au­thorities at District, County and London Borough levels. David has served as one of four co-opted Town Clerks on NALC's Larger Local Councils Committee. He has also been a trainer for the Sussex and Surrey Associations of Local Councils since 1994 specialising in Partnership Working, Community Development and Leadership.

Chris Watts; an experienced learning and development professional, facilitator, coach, trainer and presenter with extensive experience in designing and delivering learning and development solutions to meet individual, team and organisational needs. He has until recently worked in various roles for Sussex County Council : Senior Learning and Development Business Partner; Organisational Development Manager; Management Development Manager and Learning and Development Manager; L&E Insurance - Training and Development.

Chris is currently Head of Organisational Life Long Learning at the London School of Economics and Social Science

Is it for you?

This Leadership workshop is designed as a taster session for the Leadership pro­gramme for Clerks. It will explore the concept of Leadership, Emotional Intelligence and how a fuller programme would work.

The day is designed to be highly interactive and practical as well as exploring key the­ories.

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Last updated: Wed, 18 Dec 2019 18:10