Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
tbc
10:45 to 3:30pm

THIS IS NOT A CHAMPS EVENT

This is one of the most important dates in the North West Employers’ calendar and we would love you to join us and be part of the day. Creating opportunities for our members and their partners to connect and network is core to why we exist as an organisation. We want to utilise our annual conference to bring together leaders from across public services to share ideas and practice around future governance at a place based levThe day will give you the opportunity to hear about the work we will do over the next two years around:

  1. The future shape of public services
  2. People and organisations
  3. Innovating and connecting
  4. Democracy and governance

We have a fantastic line up of national and regional speakers to stimulate discussions and thinking about the future of governance in places and how we make the most of the strengths that places have

Who would attending be beneficial for?

The conference is open to all of our member organisations and their partners. We think that the content is relevant to both officers and councillors and might be of particular interest to the following groups:

  1. Senior leaders from across public services
  2. Councillors
  3. Non-executive directors and lay members of CCGs
  4. HR professionals
  5. Health and Wellbeing Board Chairs
  6. Anyone who is in a governance position in a place

For more information

0161 834 936 or email events@nwemployers.org.uk

www.nwemployers.org.uk/events

 

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