As part of the NHS People Plan ambition for culture change and more compassionate, inclusive leadership, we’re preparing to introduce a new ‘compact’ between NHS leaders and a new offer for our NHS people to help make the NHS the best place to work.
Where initiatives and attempts to change culture may not have ‘stuck’ in the past, we want the People Plan to be different, so we’re holding a series of roadshows to use knowledge gained from across the NHS to establish next steps. Many of you have already worked to help co-create the work that has been done so far – now we’d like your help in establishing the steps we need to take to make this vital work a reality.
We hope these roadshows will help us to harness the expertise and input of as diverse a partner group as we can.
All colleagues are welcome.
24 February 2020
25 February 2020
26 February 2020
5 March 2020
6 March 2020
Durham (now virtually hosted)
19 March 2020
Birmingham (now virtually hosted)
20 March 2020
Please note the remaining dates for 19 and 20 March 2020 are now virtually hosted.
Email [email protected] for more information, and to receive your link to join the roadshows virtually.
Presented by NHS Employers in partnership with the NHS Leadership Academy, we held our fifth annual OD in the NHS conference yesterday (19 July) in London’s Prospero House. It was great to see so many new and familiar faces in the room, all of whom had the courage and curiosity to participate in important and thought provoking conversations.
Working in Complex Contexts is one of the big three Do OD priorities for the year. OD practitioners across the NHS are working hard to make sense of the new system architecture: STPs, Vanguards, mergers and acquisitions. All place new and different demands on the OD community.
Our Senior Programme Lead for Digital Learning, Jason Brewster will be sharing his expertise along with other public sector colleagues at the ‘Learning and Technology for the Health and Social Care Workforce’ event.