Upcoming Events

In-Person Events

Webinars

Gateshead System Changers

Friday 13th May 2022

1-4.30pm

There is a lot of really exciting work going on in Gateshead right now. A host of people are experimenting with new ways of supporting communities and individuals to thrive. This event will bring together as many of those experimenters as possible to share their ideas and their work, to meet and to connect.

Location: Bensham Grove Community Centre, Gateshead

Sign up to the event by visiting the Eventbrite page. Any questions, contact Abby on abby@ciacic.com.

Cost: Free

Changing Organisations and Changing Systems

Thursday 12th May 2022

12.30-1.30pm

 

As part of the Next Stage Radicals 'Exploring Aloud' series, three members of the Collective Impact Agency team will be running a webinar on the provocation 'you can't change systems without changing the organisations that make up those systems', following up on the podcast we did on the topic.

The event will be hosted by Next Stage Radicals.

Sign up to the event by registering on Zoom.

Cost: Free

Past Events

The Role of Learning and Emotion in System Change

25th May 2021

We often pay lip service to the importance of learning, but how many of us truly treat it as a priority rather than a luxury? In this session, we will be exploring what learning is, why we need to think about it differently, and why we need to place it at the heart of what we do in systems. We also explore how learning is fundamentally an emotional undertaking, and how we need to create more space for the emotions if we are to be successful at driving positive system change.

You can watch a recording of the session by following this link.

An Introduction to Anti-Leadership

 

14th March 2022

Traditional leadership programmes draw on the idea that developing certain qualities and skills in individuals is a route to organisational success. In this session Andy Crosbie of the Collective Impact Agency argued why we should reject this notion, and introduce an alternative, the concept and practice of which we call 'anti-leadership'.

You can watch a recording of the session by following this link.