Rudi Page is a policy implementation specialist for Workforce Development, Knowledge Transfer and a skilled facilitator within politically sensitive environments at Board and senior management levels. He is an experienced independent assessor for effective recruitment & selection for public appointments. His unique mentoring & coaching style, has taken well-established private sector practices, such as collaboration, competitiveness and entrepreneurship, and applied them within diverse occupational groups and local communities. He has specialised in the initiation and strategic direction of programmes and projects that influence the way that individuals and organisations access, communicate and engage with and respond to education, healthcare, cultural learning, regeneration, business support and local economic development.
Rudi, is responsible for facilitating Imperial as One; Race Equality Advisory Group, Imperial College London developed from a series of Staff Diversity, Equality & Cultural Understanding workshops and the widely-acclaimed RCN Connect, Royal College of Nursing and Mary Seacole Bicentenary London 2005, on behalf of Guy’s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust.
He devised the “Synergy Project”, a strategic communication and development tool now being used by Government Agencies, Academia, Private, Public and Not-for-profit organisations.
The Synergy Model provides institutions with a cultural insight into the needs and aspirations of diverse communities (hard to reach groups), whilst building the capacity of ethnic communities to understand the wider political and strategic context within which they are placed.
He has opened up a whole new approach to Corporate Academy development through the creation of the Protocol Framework (an economic development tool focusing on Learning, Management Skills and Entrepreneurship) as a practical medium to facilitate and engage those networks of diverse communities within inner cities and urban areas which still have close relations with local communities and countries of origin.
Rudi Page, has a formidable track record within UK Enterprise Support & Healthcare Economy in the initiation and development of Networks and Cultural Awareness Workshops for NHS, Higher Education & Training and Faith-based Organisations. He has a unique approach to establishing Management Frameworks for Diversity, Equality & Cultural Understanding in Workplace Representation & Workforce Development. He devised and implemented the path breaking Royal College of Nursing Connect Programme, which developed networks and networking tools for encouraging cultural understanding and challenging the barriers Black and Minority ethnic members face in the workplace.
He has also successfully introduced The New Learning model™ in 2004, a comprehensive range of inter-related programmes that seamlessly integrates Collaborative Leadership, Management Skills and Cultural Understanding into the complex structures of communities and their institutions. The model is an innovative management development tool that captures the dynamics of cultural synergy and translates self-directed learning towards improving human potential and service delivery.
Rudi, is the co-founder and co-coordinator of London Joburg Initiative 2003 (Football Futures and Mary Seacole Social Entrepreneurs Awards), the first Caribbean Trade Mission to South Africa representing the UK, supported by UK Trade & Investment and Business Link for London.
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