How will you benefit from this programme?
You will be part of a peer learning community that will help you extend your TMP learning and apply it to your current context. The one-week programme offers a place to think and a space to work on the complex challenges of leadership at your level.
The programme will:
- refresh and deepen your understanding of the core TMP concepts and practices, particularly how you work with complexity
- focus on application – you are invited to bring your real work challenges (particularly intractable problems and dilemmas) to test the TMP ways of working
- create an exchange between you, as senior system leaders, and policy-makers – national leaders and our own policy team; this will be designed as a two-way learning process
- help you connect what you have learnt on TMP with the leadership challenges in a local community (Broadwater Farm) that you will visit for a day
- give you access to a cross-sector leadership network based on your shared knowledge and experience of thinking through the practical, collective leadership challenges of our time, offering a peer resource you can call on with confidence.
What will you do on this programme
The alumni programme will have an explicit focus on becoming more fluent in the core practices from TMP and being able to apply them to your everyday work. The relationship with the three directors will shift into a more facilitative and collaborative relationship. Stafford Scott, community leader, will co-lead the field visit to Broadwater Farm in North London.