It’s been one month since Participle held its second ever Open House evening, and we’ve been getting lots of questions about how it went, what was discussed, and how people can attend in future.
As the event was all about how to build relationships and connect communities, we thought we might as well share this on the Relational Welfare blog. We’ll also let you know how to get on the invite list for future Participle events if you fancy it – we’d love to see you there. Continue reading Time, Space and Trust: Participle’s Open House on working relationally
Most public services require working with people, but relational public services put building relationships front and centre. What’s it like to work in a relational service for the first time? How is it different? Wellogram Guide Lucy Hawkin tells us her impressions.
When you’ve got a complex, radically different new role open at your organisation, what do you call it so that people understand what you mean? Packing relationships, empowerment and a vision for the future into two little words – or not.
Lots of people get anxious about going to the doctor. As someone who works in a GP clinic, I can assure you that everyone there wants to make your visit as anxiety-free as possible. But there’s a reason this is such a common fear. Continue reading Afraid of visiting the doctor? You’re not alone.
Continuing our series this month on fear and how we handle it, here’s guest blogger Dr. Catherine Needham of 21st Century Public Servant to see what austerity looks like on the other side of the desk. Continue reading Fear, austerity, and public service