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Leadership Essentials impact survey 2019-20

Findings from an impact survey sent to delegates of the 2019/20 Leadership Essentials programme.

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Leadership Academy impact survey 2019-2020

Leadership Academic impact survey results show it improved the ability of most councillors to carry out their role.


A councillor’s workbook on the local pathway to net zero

Local authorities have a crucial role to play in achieving the UK’s 2050 Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions target, this workbook can help councillors achieve this.

Councillor development
Applying behavioural insights to improve COVID vaccination uptake

Applying behavioural insights to improve COVID vaccination uptake: a guide for councils

This publication focuses on the work councils can undertake to improve vaccine uptake.

Remote council meetings temperature check 2021

In order to understand how councils made use of these powers and their views as to how such powers might be used in the future, the Local Government Association conducted a ‘temperature check’ of councils in England. The findings of the research were also intended to contribute to an MHCLG call for evidence on the matter.

Fire safety in purpose-built flats

This document was commissioned by the Government and was written by experts in the field of fire safety. It was published in July 2011.

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Next Generation Impact Survey - 2020/21

The survey contained a small number of questions looking at the extent to which participating in Next Generation has had a lasting impact on participants.

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COVID-19 Workforce Survey, week ending 5 March 2021

This report is part of a series of monthly surveys of all councils in England and Wales collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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The lives we want to lead: where next for the debate about care and support reform?

The severity of the pandemic and the resultant upheaval and change in our daily lives since then has been staggering. Yet, while it may feel like everything has changed, some things have not.