Innovation & Leadership
True leadership is the unseen effort to support leadership in others and help people find their own solutions.
The Development of Individual Budgets
Talk given to the Social Policy Research Unit in York on the birth of individual budgets and the development and transformation of the innovation.
Help & Connect Model
Skills for People are providing brokerage by combining the best of their supports in a cost-effective and empowering system.
Personalisation & Social Work
A presentation given for Social Work students at the University of Huddersfield.
How To Step Out
A guide to leading a mutual or social enterprise spin-out from the public sector written by Craig Dearden-Phillips of Stepping Out with Mark Griffiths.
Wolf Wolfensberger - A Tribute
Wolf Wolfensberger, the father of normalisation died in February 2011. Nan Carle pays tribute to the man she describes and 'the definitive agent of change'.
Citizenship & Person-Centered Work
This new book, edited by John O'Brien & Carol Blessing, shares the invaluable learning of leaders from the Inclusion Movement.
The C2 Model is a positive approach to bring about real community change by supporting local people to lead the process of change themselves.
Making Social Innovation Real
Simon Duffy describes the barriers that face social innovators and how to overcome the obstacles to reform.
Overcoming the Barriers to Innovation
Exploring how social innovation works and the barriers it faces within the welfare system.
Realising the Benefits of Personalisation
Personalisation in health and social care can be implemented well or badly - and there are many temptations to poor implementation.
Launch of the Centre
A presentation given at the Westminster launch of the Centre.
Women at the Centre
Simon Duffy and Clare Hyde explain how WomenCentre achieves its astonishing outcomes and explore the difficulties faced by innovative organisations in the welfare system.