Future Talent Leeds is now closed
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our first on-line conversation. We will now be analysing all of the contributions; ideas, comments and votes, and will return soon to check back with you that we heard you correctly.
If you would like to read the contributions already made, please login but you won't be able to add anything new.
If you are new to Future Talent Leeds then you can continue to register with the site and we will let you know when the next conversation opens.
How it works
Our online conversation is similar to a traditional in-person workshop, but it’s more inclusive, accessible and transparent. We can also involve more people (not just those who can fit in a physical room), allowing us to hear from people across our City – everyone has a voice.
The Future Talent Leeds conversation is:
- anonymous – your name is not attached to anything you share;
- open to all;
- accessible from wherever you may be – on any computer, tablet or smartphone;
- available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at any time to suit you; and
- open for all to read, rate and comment on each other's ideas.
To nominate a friend or colleague to join this conversation, click here.
What you can expect
Citizens, business and third party organisations will be invited to take part in the Future Talent Leeds conversation. The conversation will be open from 7th September - 6th October.
October and November
Clever Together will analyse the ideas, comments and votes from the conversation and identify the key themes. A validation conversation will be launched so we can check back with you that what we heard was correct. This will run for two weeks and the results will be analysed to ensure there is nothing wrong or missing.
Leeds City Council will use the outputs from the conversation to create a new Skills and Talent Plan for the city.