Global Bridges seminars on 14 September 2022 - open for all

Open for all

Leadership & Social Care: building on our strengths med Robin Miller - open for all

About the session

The contribution of leadership as an enabler of good practice in social services is well-recognised, but there is surprisingly little known about how best to encourage and support new and established practice leaders in this context. In this session Robin Miller, professor of collaborative learning at the university of Birmingham, will share insights from a Leadership Programme specifically designed to support practice leaders in social services. Based on strengths-based principles. developed with a stakeholder group of people with lived experience and practitioners and drawing on a wide network of research and practice leads, the programme provides a dynamic CPD learning experience over six months to enable participants to better understand their leadership behaviours and grow in confidence in their ability to improve outcomes for individuals, families, and communities. The programme provides insights into the unique challenges faced by leaders within a social service context, the benefits of taking a strengths-based approach, and how principles of diversity and social justice can be reflected within leadership development.

Date and registration

Date: 14th September, 12.00 – 13.00
Location: Zoom or on-site: de Verdiersalen, Alfred Nobels Allé 10, Flemingsberg



Sebastian Lindblom, 073-741 53 09

Panel discussion: Problematizing health and social interventions for groups at risk of marginalization


Speakers are Dr. Suzanne Huot, Dr. Katie Robinson, Dr. Julie Kiguli, Dr. Karin Johansson and Professor Staffan Josephsson

Date and registration

Date: 14 September 2022 at 13.00 - 15.00

Location: Room S401, 4th floor, Alfred Nobels Allé 23, just outside of Division of Occupational Therapy.

Register here on 8 September at the latest.

Warmly welcome. 


Content reviewer:
Marina Olsson