VODG occasional seminar in partnership with Choice Support
Uncertainty storms around us and our anxiety magnifies with relentless distractions coming at us from all directions. Fear is real. How do we lead surrounded by such fear, distraction and unleashed harshness? Are justice, equality, dignity and respect just pretty words on paper? Or can we get out of the way of the firefighting and intentionally lead our services toward a healthier today and brighter future for the people we support, our staff, our communities and all of us? Together?
Join us on Monday 4th December 2017 (11:00 – 13:00 | London)
VODG members and non-members are welcome. Places are limited and registration is essential via this link.
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