Systems Changers - application for managers/ CEO's of participants
Each participant that is applying for the Systems Changers programme needs their manager or CEO to complete this form. The last part of the form is to be done together.

About Systems Changers

Systems Changers is a new programme from Lankelly Chase which aims to amplify the impact of frontline workers focussed on people facing severe and multiple disadvantage. All too often, the voices of frontline workers don’t get heard and their valuable knowledge gets lost. The purpose of this programme is to help frontline workers’ insights have more influence over the wider systems they work in. Participants will finish the course with a much broader understanding of the system in which they operate and will have the tools and networks to start to realise change.

To reimburse participants’ organisations for the time they spend on the programme a £3,000 payment can be made direct or in kind to your team or organisation.

Your organisation will need to be committed to enabling the full and active participation of your member of staff and to learning with them along the way. We hope that being involved in the programme will also have a wider positive impact on your organisation.

The programme will include:

A residential at the start and end of the programme
Learning days to develop and refine participants' skills and give them new tools to use
Field trips to visit other organisations and meet other practitioners
Peer coaching and mentoring support
Talks and interactive sessions with leading experts across policy-making, service design including ethnography and systems mapping, procurement and funding, power and influencing, storytelling, and technology.
Opportunities for organisational learning and involvement

We've designed the programme to give the participants:

A space to reflect on their their experience and insights
New skills and methods to enable their ideas to have more impact and influence
Opportunity to meet others who are also working on the frontline and think about ways to influence the wider system
One to one coaching to support their development
Ways of including their organisation in the systems changers programme.

From July – December 2016, participants will spend 3-4 days a month on the programme, exploring the systems in which they work, and actively sharing knowledge with the cohort as well as their organisation. This will be an opportunity to step back and consider alternative approaches and think about how a whole system might be re-designed to have a greater positive impact on the people they work with.

This newspaper was created by last year's Systems Changers - https://issuu.com/thepointpeople/docs/systems_changer_newspaper.final

Who are we looking for?

This year, Systems Changers is focussed on the South East of England. We are on the look out for individuals working directly with people facing severe and multiple disadvantage, across a range of sectors: voluntary and statutory, who are:

Asking difficult questions
Hungry to learn
Want to see the bigger picture
Good at constructive challenges
Passionate

We are keen to have participants who are drawn from or working with diverse communities and those who are interested in the role of discrimination within systems.

Key dates for you to have in your diary:

Deadline for applications is May 31st.
Interviews will take place from the 14th - 16th June.
People will be notified whether they have a place on the programme on 20th June and the first residential will take place on 4th - 6th July.

Your name and email address
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Your organisation.
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Your role and relationship to the applicant.
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How do you think your organisation could benefit from the applicant participating in the programme?
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What are some of the ways you think that the insights of frontline workers in your organisation could have more of an impact on the wider system you’re working in?
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Why do you think the applicant is a good candidate for this programme?
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As an organisation, how will you support the applicant’s participation in the programme?
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How would you manage any challenging critique generated by the applicant as part of their participation in the programme?
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