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FikaFink is a virtual coffee shop for engaging conversation, reflection and thought.
Through our Zoom cafes, website forum and @fikafink twitter conversation, FikaFink provides a space for people to join together to share their challenges and make sense of the current climate and what it means for the organisations and people they serve.
Themes emerging from FikaFink conversations include the widening inequalities laid bare by the pandemic, leading in uncertainty, organisational culture and behaviour change, and national vs local government and governance.
FikaFink is building a community of leaders that want to collaborate around these and other challenges and use their influence to create positive change as we learn to live with COVID and navigate an uncertain future.
So far, nearly 100 leaders from across the UK from the housing, local government, health, further and higher education, charity, community and voluntary and private sectors have joined this growing movement.
FikaFink is powered by Do-Well, together with systems leadership expert Debbie Sorkin and globally recognised technology expert and government adviser, Lee Omar.
Pop Up FikaFink Events
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Next event - How do we define success?
23rd April12:00 - 1:30pm
Have you ever stopped and considered what success looks like? Can one person's success actually be harmful to another person and if so how do we change perceptions of what we consider traditional models of success? These are questions raised at one of our pop up Fika Fink Cafes and we want to explore this further.
We have invited Hayley Hulme from Starts With You to host a lunchtime pop up cafe to enable this discussion and we would love to see you there.
The session will be held from 12:00 - 1:30 pm (you are more than welcome to bring your lunch along!) on Friday 23 April. Our pop up cafes are always filled with curious questions which both stimulate and challenge us. The only prep needed is a brew for the conversation!
We look forward to having you join us.
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