The third Learning Organisation Collaborative (LOC) in the Lakes Festival is now bookable on the CLIC website here!
The event will be held at The Rheged Centre, Penrith on Wednesday 7th March 2018. It brings together committed learning organisations, committed ‘collaborators’ and everyone interested in establishing ‘learning and improvement’.
The theme for the festival this year will be around ‘Building success through better communication’, with a focus on the communication between:
And more specifically, in developing better communication skills to achieve these objectives.
Confirmed Key Note speakers include:
We understand that time spent away from your organisation must bring a return to you and the organisation. This event will be thought provoking; it will offer tools, techniques and thinking that can be used directly in your work, as well as allowing you to connect with other learning organisations facing similar challenges to your own.
LOC in The Lakes 2018 (#LOCinthelakes) is jointly sponsored by The Academic Health Science Network North East and North Cumbria (AHSN NENC) and the Cumbria Learning and Improvement Collaborative (CLIC).
We do hope you can join us on the 7th March 2018 to register your place and avoid disappointment, please book here!
The following link will take you to the CLIC website where you can view the huge success of the 2017 LOC in the Lakes conference. http://www.theclic.org.uk/clic/conferences/loc-2017
The third installment of LOC in the Lakes will soon be available to book, we are hosting the day at Rheged on Wednesday 7th March 2018.
This year the theme will be based around Building Success through Better Communication.
If you have a story and would like to share your experience, we would like to showcase your successes in Improvement and Successful Communication in our Informal poster presentation.
Please send your stories, pictures or improvements to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you enjoy learning and working with others? Do you value the perspective of others to help you?
Starting in January Library Services are offering up to three facilitated Action Learning Sets in the Library at the Cumberland Infirmary with access to evidence and good practice information.
Bring your own topic. No issue is too big or too small!!
If you would like more information please email Pippa.Orr@ncuh.nhs.uk
R.E.D January stands for Run Every Day January. Whether you decide to run or walk, there are no rules. The aim is to get active every day, while raising vital funds for Mind.
CLIC are putting our best foot forward in the New Year with the aim of helping to raise awareness and open up the conversation about mental health.
Please support the cause by joining us, or donating anything you can here!
Get R.E.D, get set, GO!