GROUP TRAINING & BRIEFINGS

We offer a range of tailored training, briefings and facilitated support options suitable for local authorities and other public sector organisations. All workshops are facilitated online but some can be delivered face-to-face.

  • Group training for your teams – with tailoring where appropriate. 
  • Briefings – strategic and introductory overviews.

BRIEFINGS & WORKSHOPS FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES

Strategic overviews for senior decision makers and leaders. These half-day sessions are highly interactive with question and answer sessions and discussions.

New for 2024:

LEVELLING UP THROUGH POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY

This NEF strategy briefing, led by Miatta Fahnbulleh, will equip local leaders and practitioners with an understanding of:

  • The new political scenarios likely to emerge after the general election.
  • The impact on devolution and local economic development agendas of each scenario.
  • Exploiting the opportunities and mitigating the risks.

Find out more here.

Contact us to discuss details and a price.

LOCAL ECONOMIC CHANGE THROUGH COMMUNITY POWER BUILDING

NEF is offering two workshops to support councils to learn and embed an approach to growing community power:

Developing a shared understanding of community power building
Led by Dan Firth, NEF’s Director of Campaigns and Engagement, this 3-hour workshop focuses on five key leadership practices, as developed by Marshall Ganz, to strengthen a council’s ability to put power in the hands of its residents.

The practice of community power building
A workshop to equip the delivery team with an overview of key community power building skills.

Find out more here.
Contact us to discuss details and a price.

IN-HOUSE AND TAILORED TRAINING FOR GROUPS

Topics can include:

Contact us to talk about your training needs.


CONTACT US TO DISCUSS YOUR NEEDS

New Economics Foundation

NEF aims to create a new economy that works for people and within environmental limits. We are guided by three missions:

A new social settlement
To ensure people are paid well, have more time off to spend with their families, and have access to the things we all need for a decent life.

A Green New Deal
A plan for government-led investment to reduce the carbon we emit and boost nature, while creating a new generation of jobs.

The democratic economy
To devolve state power and transform ownership of the economy to give everyone an equal stake in the places where we live and work.

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