Aspire Europe to set up Change Advocate framework

Aspire Europe are really pleased to announce that we have been awarded the contract to support the creation of a Change Advocate cohort within Chester West & Chester council. This is unique initiative to establish a large group of managers and staff to actively lead and support change initiatives across the council. It is specifically scoped to exclude project and programme management development and focus on developing change capability within the organisation.

The assignment will include developing and hosting webinars, training materials for face to face delivery and e-learning, action groups and facilitated workshops that focus on core issues that cohort faces, develop competence and confidence within the group and using measurement techniques to track the increasing capability.

Vicky Craven, who lead the selection process stated “Aspire really seemed to understand what we were trying to achieve, and offered a number of options and ideas in the way our objectives could be met, this helped them stand out in the selection process, the mobilisation is looking very promising

Rod Sowden, Managing Director of Aspire Europe stated “Normally our assignments are about improving programme and project performance, which invariably this includes supporting a culture change. In the past we have set up a number of Business Change Management communities to support Managing Successful Programme implementations. This opportunity caught our eye because we could use this experience integrate our consultancy and training products in a different a different kind of environment. Our team are really excited by the challenge this assignment offer”

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