Focal Point event consisting of a series of short guidance videos and members of the Sustainable Improvement Team (SIT) ‘occupying’ the Community space on S4N throughout the day to respond to your questions, thoughts and ideas to help you make the most effective use of the platform.
This event will be slightly different from the rest of the Focal Point series from Source4Networks. It will consist of a series of short guidance videos that will be made available on the S4N platform.
Members of the Sustainable Improvement Team (SIT) will then ‘occupy’ the Community space on S4N throughout the day to respond to your questions, thoughts and ideas to help you make the most effective use of the platform.
The videos will explain the different parts of S4N, the open area and the area only accessible if you have registered. They will guide you through the functionality of the different parts and show you how to set up and populate a network with people and resources..
To access the Community space on the S4N platform and take part, you will need to be registered on S4N at www.source4networks.org.uk
If you wish to raise a question prior to the day please go to http://source4networks.org.uk/contact-us
The hotseat will be hosted by Rob Cockburn from SIT supported by Liz Maddocks Brown, Georgina Hamill and Sophie Edwards, Associate of SIT
Rob Cockburns bio:
Rob has experience across the public, private and third sectors as a manager, innovator and leader of change and improvement. Before joining the NHS his range of positions included working with the European Commission and Scottish Office to develop information networks across the rural sector; leading the development of one of the first social enterprises in Scotland and developing a network of training hubs. He also ran his own business providing training and coaching and was an Associate lecturer for the Open University Business School.
Joining the NHS in 2008 his first role involved working with senior clinicians and managers while directing the National Communication Skills programme for cancer. This required the development of a network of highly skilled facilitators, delivering training to some 17,000 staff over 5 years. Holding an MBA from Glasgow, he is also an accredited facilitator for the Aston Team Performance Inventory (ATPI), an accredited facilitator for the NHS Leadership 360-degree and one of the lead coaches for London Leadership Academy.