Delivery means getting things done, with meaningful outcomes for everyday people. Delivery Institute helps public sector practitioners build the structures and skills they need to deliver every time, making good on campaign promises, ambitious goals, and strategic objectives. We offer team training, one-on-one coaching, and a global repository of shared knowledge to scale solutions that work across governments, large organizations, and the global public sector.
From cabinet retreats to ongoing coaching support, we help leaders build the culture and processes they need to deliver on their campaign promises and administrative priorities.
We believe consistent delivery in the public sector is the key to a better, more equitable future. Through events, publications, and more, we are building a repository of shared knowledge for public sector practitioners around the world.
We provide stand-alone sessions and ongoing curricula for cross-functional teams. We help establish a shared vision, vocabulary, and process for delivery. We offer in-person, remote, and hybrid models.
We build custom digital tools for knowledge management, designed to accelerate learning and amplify impact by scaling solutions that work across governments, large organizations, and the global public sector.
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We focus on actionable learning and mentorship that can be applied immediately to the work our partners are doing.
We tailor our training to our partners’ needs: one-time sessions or ongoing delivery support; in person or virtual, including in low-tech environments; one-on-one, small groups, or wide audiences.
Equitable & engaging
We help governments engage diverse communities and deliver equitable impact.
We build the skills and structures it takes to deliver on promises and priorities, time and time again.
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