Parkhill invites you to a free networking drinks reception and talk on governance in times of austerity

Join us for a refreshing evening of hospitality while networking with like minded professionals. Parkhill invites you to an informal drinks reception which brings together senior public sector colleagues and provides an excellent networking platform.

Our guest speaker for the evening is Professor Stuart Emslie, formerly Head of Controls Assurance for the NHS in England and now Visiting Professor of Healthcare Management and Governance at Loughborough University and editor of www.healthcaregovernancereview.org. Stuart is also co-founder and researcher on NHS board governance issues at the London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics at Birkbeck, University of London.

Stuart’s entertaining and practical presentation on “Governance in Times of Austerity” will outline how you can sustain good governance despite public sector cutbacks and strengthen your governance arrangements cost-effectively by influencing those around you.

Held at Parkhill’s office in Grantham, this event will also provide an opportunity to meet our team in a relaxed setting.

When: 24th May 2011

Where: Unit 1, Hill Court, Turnpike Close, Grantham, NG31 7XY

Time: 5-8pm (Stuart will be speaking at 6.30pm)

Cost: Free to attend (refreshments will be served)

Travel: Plenty of parking available, nearest train station is Grantham

RSVP by: 16th May 2011

To confirm your attendance, please email julie.ayebale@parkhill.org.uk or call Julie on 020 8869 7425 by 16th May. Please advise if you have any particular dietary requirements and mobility needs. Your place at this event will be confirmed by email.

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