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PODCAST: Mark Rogers of Collaborate CIC on the new leadership and changing demands on local government leadership

From technocratic managerial leadership to empathy, collaboration and emotional intelligence and recognising that "place" is not what it used to be...Read more

PODCAST: Women, leadership and the public sector

Gisela Stuart, Professor Catherine Staite and Lauren Lucas talking about the position of women in public services...Read more

An Audience With CLGdotTV No3 - Social Care & Health - 23 October in London

A day of peer and expert-led discussion and debate reviewing developments in the delivery of publicly funded health and social care...Read more

CLGdotTV, broadcasting from the NESTA building is seven months old.

In July 2018 our programmes were viewed more than 10,000 times, we launched a new podcast series and announced An Audience With CLGdotTV No3...Read more

PODCAST: "Either tech will destroy democracy...or politics will stamp its control over the digital revolution."

Jamie Bartlett, author and Lars Malmqvist digital monster at Arcus Global help Joe Tibbetts decide if Bartlett is over-stating his case in his new book The People vs Tech - How the internet is killing democracy....Read more

PODCAST: Quality Assurance for Care Homes

The CQC lays down the law when it comes to health and safety in care homes. Local Councils, which add their own layer of targets and regulations, test and encorage compliance. The whole process is essential but gobbles up resource....Read more

PODCAST: Interesting Times No 1 Digital specialist Dave Briggs and Vicky Sargent in conversation

CLGdotTV was three months old on 17th May.....

CLGdotTV - May viewing figures up by 12%

National picture of local election results to be made freely available online as results are declared

How easy is your website to use on a mobile device?

Climate-KIC "Climathon" rallies international movement to tackle climate change

Norway proposes "Tesla tax" on heavy electric cars

£10m investment for HS2 facility