Elke Loeffler
  • Female
  • Birmingham
  • United Kingdom
Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share Twitter
  • Blog Posts
  • Events
  • Groups
  • Videos

Elke Loeffler's Friends

  • Nick Wilding
 

Elke Loeffler's Page

Profile Information

Welcome! FierySpirits is for activists and professionals who are building vibrant, resilient rural communities. Tell us a little about why you'd like to join?
To discover new approaches how rural communities can work with service providers to produce better outcomes which cost less.
About Me (areas of expertise/interest I can share)
I am the Chief Executive of Governance International (www.govint.org), which provides consultancy, training, toolkits, events and networks on public management and governance issues worldwide. My special expertise is in citizen and community co-production of public services, service improvement and performance management. Together with Governance International Directors, Associates and participation champions I have designed the Governance International Co-Production Toolkit which produces better outcomes with public agencies and community groups through the 4 Co’s: Co-design, Co-commissioning, Co-delivery and Co-assessment.
Website:
http://govint.org

Comment Wall (2 comments)

You need to be a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice to add comments!

Join Fiery Spirits Community of Practice

At 12:12 on January 26, 2012, Tom Archer said…

Hi Elke,

I'm a Carnegie Associate working on the 'Service Transfer' topic.  I recently read your FierySpirits profile, and was interested to see you'd done lots of work on co-production (I've downloaded your Practical Approaches to Co-production document by the way). 

In our work on Service Transfer, we've been exploring the spectrum of transfers, from very oppositional approaches in the world of self-help to the more collaborative approaches in the realm of co-production.  Of course, its not as linear as this, but it helps us think about the types of service transfers that take place.

I'd be really keen to get your input in our service transfer topic group, and to connect you with others interested in this field.  You can join the group by following this link (http://fieryspirits.com/group/ruralservices).

As an aside, we’ll be posting up lots of new content on the subject of service transfer in the coming weeks, which may well be of interest.  For example one member will posting up a ‘story’ of their 10 year development since transferring from a local authority in 2003.

Best wishes

Tom Archer

At 12:22 on March 2, 2011, Kirsty Tait said…

Hi Elke

We have 'launched' the services work in Argyll and Bute and the publication 'A Shreholders Guide to Rural Services.'  It would be great if you could join this group and share a little about your work with co-production.

All the best

Kirsty

 
 
 

Latest Activity

Petra Bakewell-Stone is now a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Apr 10
Tera Spyce is now a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Apr 8
Roger Thompson is now a member of Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Mar 24
Profile IconRhian Loughlin and Elizabeth Cullen joined Fiery Spirits Community of Practice
Mar 17

© 2014   Created by Nick Wilding

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service