The Purpose Paradox
And its 6-letter solution
“This course should be required viewing not just for DPO’s, but all decision makers in an organisation. It’s such a simple idea but so often gets missed time and time again.”
Date: Wednesday 7th September 2022 (rescheduled from 9th August)
Time: 11am to 12.30pm
Place: Online – live & interactive (there will be a recording)
Who is it for?
You want the best outcome from all your projects, policies & new ways of working; for your customers, clients and service users to have a great experience, as well as for the organisation to save time, money and energy.
But obstacles and problems crop up, causing frustration all round. This session will highlight one of the key reasons that happens – The Purpose Paradox – and how to solve it, using just 6 letters.
Whether you are a Data Protection Officer, Project Manager, Senior Leader, Consultant, or anyone else responsible for working on (or assessing) new projects, policies or ways of working, you will gain insight that helps you remove obstacles before they even happen.
Using many examples from the world of Social Housing, it’s especially suited to Housing Association colleagues but also applies to similar sectors, including health, care, education, charities, and all values-led organisations.
Price: £20+VAT per person – the session is priced to make it as affordable as possible, because we are so keen on people learning about the purpose paradox, and its solution.
What does it include?
– clear & practical advice, helping you to identify “the Purpose Paradox” in your projects, policies & ways of working, and how to solve this problem, saving you time, energy & money;
– live and interactive 1.5 hour training session;
– the slides;
– additional guidance and tools so you can simply & easily apply the Purpose Paradox Solution yourself;
– recording of the session.
How to book?
To secure your spaces, simply click the link below and pay by credit/debit card, or click the second link below to reserve spaces if you’re not able to pay online.
“It was interesting to understand the process and how links are developed that sometimes cause more problems. Picking the bones out of things and understanding how to piece them back together effectively is a challenge, But Clare explained the thought process behind decisions which highlighted better outcomes.”
“I first met Clare when she provided training to my colleagues and I at a previous organisation, I came away thinking what an interesting subject Data Protection is. I think that shows how amazing her training style truly is – not many people come out of a Data Protection Training session and decide that’s the career path they want to take! I love Clare’s approach to training, it’s not death by PowerPoint; she takes the time to talk things through and always applies examples specific to the audience’s job role.”
“I worked with Clare whilst she put into place a comprehensive GDPR training and policy refresh for my organisation. Clare is organised, reliable and knowledgeable. Her presentations and policy work are excellent quality and she brings a warm and professional manner to all her work. Clare is generous with her time and knowledge and is a pleasure to work with – I highly recommend her.”