Caerphilly Council and Gwent Police have joined forces to launch an innovative joint leadership programme aimed at developing a new generation of bold and innovative leaders.
The initiative, called ‘MeUs’, was launched on Wednesday 7th July 2021 by Jane Hutt, Minister for Social Justice.
MeUs is the brainchild of Christina Harrhy (CCBC Chief Executive) and Pam Kelly (Chief Constable of Gwent Police) who share an aspiration to develop an ambitious leadership programme to ensure senior managers are equipped with the highest levels of skills and competencies.
Eight employees from across both organisations will form the first ever cohort to take part in the programme – four from Caerphilly council and four from Gwent Police. The 12 month leadership programme will be delivered by the University of South Wales and the initial consort will be instrumental in helping to shape the direction and content of the course for participants in future.