Let’s Talk: You – Peer into the Future PPMA
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS
This years programme was bursting with so much talent that 6 out the 16 participants gaining promotions during the programme. The quality and the depth of this years field was so strong that the judges were not able to choose just one winner so this year we have two joint winners of Peer into the Future title.
The first being Shawnna Gleeson, Manchester City Council who’s winning video is described as “extremely authentic, very compelling and really delivered an impact on defining their personal legacy and their journey on the Peer Programme, its a really inspiring and honest and true reflection of Shawnna“.
What Shawnna’s video below:
The Second winner is Emily Drake, Tameside MBC described as “having very clear values that are driving towards actions and outcomes, this peer can encourage teams, think creatively and take people on a journey. Her team clearly love her and she will be a fantastic future HRD or whatever she wants to be”.
Watch Emily’s video below:
You can watch our other fabulous finalists videos by clicking on their names below:
Peer into the Future has been a staple of our Let’s Talk: You offering for several years. The programme was run with one of our Platinum Sponsors, Penna and was a great success.
During 2018, we decided to update all of our Let’s Talk: You programmes. Penna are now supporting us with our Apprentice of the Year programme and we are delighted to have their support on that programme.
This year we are looking forward to running the first cohort of our refreshed programme. The programme has been reshaped based on feedback from previous cohorts, aspiring attendees and PPMA Board members. Focused on a combination of theory and practice, the programme has 5 core modules. Additionally, our participants will be supplementing their learning through interaction with leaders across public and private sectors.
This year we are delighted to say that the modules will be delivered by experts in their fields:
Professor Beverly Alimo-Metcalfe
This programme is designed to develop senior HR & OD professionals understanding of how HR/OD needs to maximise its contribution to the overall success of our organisation and public service as a whole. By the end of Peer, our cohort members will
Gain a deep appreciation of holistic leadership using the Engaging Leadership model, developed by Professor Beverly Alimo-Metcalfe.
Take a deep dive into neuroscience and understanding how it impacts wellbeing, employee engagement and performance, using CARI.
Understand how future trends in technology will influence public service design, delivery and influence the shape of our future workforces.
Build your own personal and professional brand, and understand how that will support your effectiveness in your organisations
Can confidently define and measure the impact of HR & OD on our organisations.
Develop your cohort networks and be part of a national Peer Alumni community.
Who can take part?
Our programme is open to all current and aspiring HR & OD Directors across all parts of public services. This programme is also open to PPMA and non PPMA members, but PPMA members receive a membership discount on the programme.
This year’s programme
Peer into the Future 2019/2020 applications are now closed. We had a fantastic breadth of applicants and we would like to congratulate all of those successful at being selected for this years programme:
Antony Berge – Westminster City Council
Natasha Brown – Basildon Borough Council
Jennifer Conway – Swindon Borough Council
Julie Davies – Hoople Ltd
Emily Drake – Tameside MBC
Shawnna Gleeson – Manchester City Council
Mala Jones – London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Diane Lomas – London Borough Tower Hamlets
Carol Magnus – Tendring District Council
Paula Marsh – Wiltshire Council
Emily Nice – Southwark Council
Jane Pearce – St Alban’s City and District Council
Mike Talbot – London Borough of Hillingdon
Anthony Tamattiris – London Borough of Haringey
Linnett Whittaker – London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
Senay Yesil – Camden Council
It’s such a thrill for us to have the opportunity to work with some of the best HR/OD professionals from our community.
You can look at our online brochure below for details about this years programme.