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WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP RUSSELL ROBERTSON Locality Development Coordinator and ROBERT NESBITT Locality Manager. AGENDA. Introductions Presentation: Partnership working –Glasgow Homelessness Partnership and SAMH Discussion Group Topic:

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Agenda

WORKING IN PARTNERSHIPRUSSELL ROBERTSON Locality Development Coordinator and ROBERT NESBITT Locality Manager


Agenda

AGENDA

  • Introductions

  • Presentation: Partnership working –Glasgow Homelessness Partnership and SAMH

  • Discussion Group Topic:

    ‘Exploring Working in Partnerships with other Providers’


Definition

DEFINITION

“Partnership means working together to achieve shared aims, objectives and outcomes”

(Cabinet Office/CCSU, 2002)


Quotes

Quotes

I have found no greater satisfaction than success through honest dealing and strict adherence to the view that, for you to gain, those you deal with should gain as well

(Alan Greenspan)


Quotes1

Quotes

“People say New Yorkers can’t get along. Not true. I saw two New Yorkers, complete strangers, sharing a cab. One guy took the tires and the radio; the other guy took the engine.”

(David Letterman)


Background

BACKGROUND

  • Hostel Closure Programme

    • Robertson House 2005

    • Peter McCann 2006

    • James Duncan House 2007

  • Environmental Study

  • Commissioning Services

  • Moving Forward


Working together

WORKING TOGETHER

  • Identify Goals and Aims

  • Who does what?

  • Agree Roles and Responsibilities

  • Understanding expectations

  • Agree Timescales

  • Feedback


Resources and accessibility

Resources and Accessibility

  • Health and Social Care

  • Housing

  • Social Resources

  • Future Opportunities

  • Pathways


Challenges to partnership working

CHALLENGES TO PARTNERSHIP WORKING

  • Misunderstanding

  • Duplication of Services

  • Lack of Knowledge

  • Working in Isolation

  • Poor Communication

  • Stigma


Benefits of effective partnership working

BENEFITS OF EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIP WORKING

  • Coordinated Approach

  • Improved Joint Working

  • Improved Service Delivery

  • Improved Communication

  • Focused Outcomes

  • Reduction in Misunderstandings


Benefits cont

BENEFITS(CONT)

  • Identifying Best Practices

  • Effective Networking

  • Service User Involvement

  • Recovery Focused

  • Taking Ownership


Agenda

We believe that, by working in partnership with other people, often far more can be achieved than any of us would be able to deliver working alone.


Areas for discussion

Areas for Discussion

  • What are the benefits?

  • What are the challenges?

  • What do we expect?

  • What is effective communication?

  • Are all partners equal?

  • What does working in partnership mean for the East CHCP?


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