Is she an aging comedian, celebrity chief or a Chief Executive? Can we expect much laughter from the audience at in jokes ? Given the over use of the word ‘vision’ possibly a mystic meg. Not much humility but plenty of hubris with a title like this. Patronising as in “All voluntary and community organisations are encouraged to attend this meeting, not only to find out about what is happening at RMBC, but also to raise awareness of the impact the sector has in Rotherham and how important it is that this work continues. Who is going to have awareness raised ? Not the community or Voluntary groups they known what they want to do its RMBC who is the saboteur .
” how important it [this work] is”; is this awareness a result of a blinding flash of light or just bollocks given their history especially ‘Risky Business’ scandal.
Will she cover the mess she left behind in Derbyshire and how she has the vision not to let it continue to happen in Rotherham?
An Audience with… Sharon Kemp, RMBC Chief Executive
Sharon Kemp, the new Chief Executive at Rotherham Council, officially started in her new role at the beginning of February and is keen to meet with the voluntary and community sector.
This is the voluntary and community sectors opportunity to find out more about the new Chief Executive, her vision for the future and how the sector can help to shape this vision.
All voluntary and community organisations are encouraged to attend this meeting, not only to find out about what is happening at RMBC, but also to raise awareness of the impact the sector has in Rotherham and how important it is that this work continues.
Date: Monday 25 April 2016
Time: 9.30am – 11.30am (9.15am for registration)
Venue: The Spectrum, Coke Hill, Rotherham S60 2HX
This meeting is open to all voluntary and community groups and organisations in Rotherham. Places are limited to a maximum of 2 people per group/organisation.
To book your place please contact Sarah Kelly on 01709 834467 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note parking meters have now been fitted around the building and free parking is very limited but there are a couple of pay and display car parks available on Westgate. For full details please visit: http://www.varotherham.org.uk/how-to-find-us/
I am grateful to the author, they ticked the ‘no publicity box’.
Be grateful for a report on this, from a participant on terms of anonymity as this post was provided, Rik.