Prateek Buch is Senior Data Advisor at the National Leadership Centre (NLC) in the Cabinet Office, curating and disseminating the best available research evidence on developing collaborative, impactful public service leaders.
Prior to joining the NLC, Prateek led cross-government policy initiatives to improve the use of data. He’s an active member of the global OneTeamGov community, promoting radical reform of public service through inclusive, collaborative, practical action. Through OneTeamGov he’s helped organise and facilitate innovative interventions such as hackathons, including on improving public sector bureaucracy, and global unconferences, including on collaboration and on climate change.
Prateek is a recovering academic, having spent 11 years developing gene and stem cell therapy for blindness at UCL, and several years as a civil society advocate for the better use of evidence in public life. He’s also a father, sports nut, and northerner in exile.
In this session, participants will explore what it is ‘belonging’, how every action can exclude and how becoming more aware of who we are, the spaces we take up and the actions we take can take us further towards the FWD50 pledge of being our better selves. On the day we will create a space to delve into: As a public service, how do we build a sense of belonging within our organizations, across... read more