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The Welsh Government is looking for help to promote this course, encourage sign up and host hubs to facilitate the running of this online course. It is free, open to everyone and after chatting with Diana Reynolds (Sustainable Development Change Manager), Kristine Chapman our committee member and I, think this is a great opportunity for members to get involved in influencing change and engaging with others from completely different settings and in different countries.
A large number of Welsh Government employees took part last year and the MOOC has been a huge success in Scotland.
If you are interested in facilitating change within business, society and yourself- please do take the time to watch this clip.
The first hub will be in Cardiff (exact location tbc) and others may evolve depending on take up. If you sign up for the September course, please do let Diana know so she can keep you up to date about hubs in your area. If you’d like to host a hub, then please let me know so we can help you advertise it!
Please share this information with your colleagues and within your organisations. As anyone can sign up regardless of job title or location. (If you are living outside of Wales then you can still sign up but do not need to email Diana)

Event: Leading behavioural and cultural change

The u. Lab course ‘Leading From the Emerging Future’ is a free online course from edX and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The course is an introduction to leading change in business, government, and civil society. The course will provide you with the tools you need to make a difference in an area that matters to you.

The Welsh Government, in association with CILIP Cymru Wales and other organisations such as National Resources Wales and Co-Production Wales are looking to creating local hubs across Wales to provide support and discussion groups to coincide with this course. If you would like to join or host a hub, please contact Diana Reynolds ( further details.

For full details see:

Register at the link below or email Diana Reynolds with any questions. The course opens on 13 September 2018.

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