Dr Rob Worrall
How can you stand out?
What will I learn?
You are your greatest resource
If you want to innovate, learn to collaborate
Dr Rob Worrall
Dr Rob Worrall is an award-winning and highly experienced academic, researcher and consultant in leadership, collaboration and innovation. His cutting-edge collaborative PhD research and practice, has been highly impactful in developing the collaborative capability of local leaders working on complex challenges such as urban violence in Kenya, Uganda and Guatemala.
Rob has just completed a Facilitators Guide, due to be published in August. And the complimentary Facilitator Development Programme, which will enable senior and youth leaders to lead their own community-based leadership development programmes, will be rolled out from November onwards.
Rob is also working with partners across Ireland, using his unique design model to deliver local and national collaboration and innovation development programmes.
Rob, who now lives in Bandon, West Cork, Ireland, is also developing his craft as a storyteller and a performance poet.
Rob’s previous roles include Leadership and Management Specialist at the IPA, Dublin; Principal Lecturer – External Engagement, University of Sunderland. Programme Director for Leaders UK, Strategic Relationship Manager at the National School of Government.
Prior to this, Rob also had 15 years’ experience in regional, national and international public sector senior-level roles including Assistant Chief Executive of a Regional Assembly and Strategic Policy Adviser to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, UK.