University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Why does the implementation of public policy so rarely lead to sustainable change?

portrait of Rob Greig

Thursday 12 April – 18.00 to 20:30

Executive Development Suite (1st Floor),
The Edge,
University of Bath
Claverton Down

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Rob Greig (CBE, FRSA, DMS, BSc) – Chief Executive, National Development Team for Inclusion

Since 2008, Rob has been Chief Executive at the Bath based National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi). NDTi is a social change agency that focuses on all-age disability and ageing in general. It aims to make change happen by celebrating what is possible, supporting change makers and building self-determination amongst disabled and older people.

Building on his experience in developing and delivering public policy, Rob will consider:

Following various roles in local government, the NHS and higher education, Rob was the Government's National Director for Learning Disabilities from 2001 – 2008. In a role known colloquially by the media as a 'Tsar', he developed and led the delivery of an innovative national reform programme around the life of and services for people with learning disabilities. This included directly reporting to the Government Minister and leading a team of change agents based across England.

Rob has published widely and spoken internationally on these issues, as well as being a regular source for television and media interviewers.