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ONLINE EVENT ~ Co-creation to tackle tick box culture

Bus school invite FEB

 

At Chilworth Partnership, we would like to invite all our clients and candidates to join us for an event hosted by ​The University of Southampton Business School on Radical collaboration within organisations. 

Date: Wednesday 16 February 2022 

Time: 1pm-2.30pm 

Title: Radical collaboration within organisations: Co-creation to tackle tick box culture. 

Presenter: Dr. Nick Maguire, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology Department of Psychology University of Southampton 

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If you would like to attend as our guest, please email the Chilworth Partnership team at events@chilworthpartnership.co.uk

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EVENT SUMMARY 

Co-creation is not just a way of designing systems with the consumer in mind, it’s a fundamentally collaborative mindset that, when successfully embedded, can change culture and mindset of staff groups and organisations over time. 

The setting conditions for effective co-creation involve management and staff humility, and a willingness to engage in long-term discussion around change rather than short, implemented changes. 

This can result in solutions for complex problems that address those solutions, rather than just acting as a tick-box indicating that they have been ‘dealt with’. 

This workshop will explore the principles underpinning co-creation and how this approach can avoid ‘simple solutions for complex problems.

 

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Presenter profile:

Dr. Nick Maguire is an Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of Southampton. Nick qualified in 1999 as a Clinical Psychologist from Southampton, having completed his undergraduate degree here also. Nick always combined clinical with academic roles, until 2006 when he came to the University full-time. Whilst working for the NHS Nick set up a number of projects treating homeless people with the aim of reducing antisocial behaviours and concomitant eviction rates.

 

Nick sits on the All-Party Parliamentary Group for complex needs and mental health, and a working group supporting the National Inclusion Health board, he also a founding member of the Faculty of Homeless Healthcare. Nick’s current role at the University enables him to make use of his clinical training in a number of areas in addition to researching homelessness issues, including mediation and bringing a psychological approach to good management and leadership.

 

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