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In this podcast we hear from Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust on its approach to inclusive recruitment, and how apprenticeships form a key part of this.We spoke to Raffaela Goodby, director of people and organisation development, and Lawrence Kelly, learning works coordinator, to discuss what inclusive recruitment means to the trust, why they…
 
Listen to our podcast, recorded at a SPF People Plan workshop, to hear Danny Mortimer (NHS Employers) in conversation with Sara Gorton (UNISON), Claire Sullivan (CSP) and Colenzo Jarrett-Thorpe (Unite), on trade union involvement in the NHS People Plan.על ידי NHS Employers
 
In this podcast Kate Morrissey, senior national programme manager and national implementation lead for RECONNECT at NHS England and Improvement, shares her experiences of applying for roles with a criminal record.Kate talks us through what made those experiences both good and bad, her motivations for working in the NHS, and why she remains passiona…
 
In this podcast Deborah Lee, chief executive of Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust talks about her decision to share her own experience of mental health with her staff, and the importance of leading the way and tackle stigmas associated with mental illness. She encourages leaders to develop organisational cultures that prioritise the me…
 
As part of NHS Streamlining Week, Alan Duffell, director of workforce at the Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals and chair of the national streamlining steering group reflects on his streamlining journey, he provides insights on his role as chair of the national streamlining steering group, the achievements and challenges for the programme, streamlining …
 
In this podcast, Robyn Swain, a programme lead for the workforce supply programme at NHS Employers, explores a coaching style model to support learners in the workplace, which James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been using on its wards.We hear from Sharon Crowle, head of education and practice development at James Paget and Ka…
 
In this podcast Caroline Waterfield from NHS Employers explores the impact of the UK's decision to leave the European Union (EU) and what employers in the NHS can do to support their EU staff.We hear from Pascale Varley and Daniele Arces, two European citizens working at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, about their concerns since the vote an…
 
Listen to Wilson Wong, head of insights and futures at CIPD, speaking to Liz Mear, chief executive of The Innovation Agency part of the Academic Health Science Network.They discuss Wilson's presentation to delegates at the NHS Confederation's 2018 annual conference, where he described the impact of futures methodologies and scenario planning on the…
 
Listen to Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, speaking to Helen Bogan, programme lead for health and wellbeing at NHS Employers, about the importance of mental health in the workplace. They discuss Paul's presentation to delegates at the NHS Confederation's 2018 annual conference, where he spoke about mental health being everyone's business. Down…
 
As part of sustainable health and care week, we have a different theme every day to highlight ways trusts can become more sustainable in the way they provide services. Today we are focusing in on green space and how that can have a positive impact on sustainability, and we have a special podcast from Antony Cobley, Head of Inclusion, Engagement and…
 
In this podcast, Beth Mason, Senior Programme Officer at NHS Employers, attends a nurse recruitment assessment day at Guy’s and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust to explore how the recruitment team has worked to ensure a fast and effective process for both the candidate and the trust.The podcast looks at how the trust has:- Introduced ‘killer questio…
 
In this episiode of the DoODcast, Charlotte Croffie, former Director of OD at University College London, speaks to Karen Dumain about the links between OD and entrepreneurship. You’ll hear how UCL spots and incubates talented entrepreneurs as well as how they support their own intrapreneurs. This is a fascinating insight into the way that OD skills…
 
Listen to a new podcast for women leaders to hear Kirsty Smith share her leadership journey from ambulance technician to advanced paramedic at North West Ambulance Service (NWAS).Kirsty is interviewed by Becci Martin, director of Boo Coaching and Consulting, who worked with NWAS to deliver its women in leadership programme covering talent developme…
 
In the first of this series of podcasts, Sir John Timpson CBE, chairman and owner of Timpson, discusses the private sector perspective on the benefits of recruiting more widely from your community. Speaking to Robyn Swain, programme lead for NHS Employers development and employment team, Sir John talks about Timpson's ex-offenders recruitment progr…
 
Join us for an extra special field trip around Tate Britain hosted by Vilma Nikolaidou, Head of OD. Our OD inspired tour of the galleries gave Vilma the chance to describe her work at Tate and how OD has transformed the experience of staff and visitors. Vilma’s OD work show us how thinking differently opens up the art of the possible.…
 
A very special bonus episode of the DoODcast featuring Michael Ciszewski, our keynote speaker from OD in the NHS V. Michael provides insight into a way of orienting ourselves in our work as OD professionals working in a complex space. He describes the challenges and opportunities of managing the paradox of transformation and sustainability that com…
 
Does Brexit mean the end of the family holiday in Europe for people with long-term health conditions? Does Brexit mean that rare disease patients will no longer be able to receive the best possible treatment for them? In this episode we examine the implications of Brexit for patients. We hear from kidney patient Maddy Warren about why the European …
 
This edition of our DoODcast was recorded live at OD in the NHS V, our annual conference where OD practitioners make sense of the complexities in the NHS. Hear from speakers and participants about hot topics like STPs, partnerships, doing more with less and creating the conditions for new ways of working.…
 
In this episode of the Brexit podcast we hear from two alliances formed to ensure the voice of the health and care sector is heard during the negotiation process. We also visit the Wellcome Trust to hear their concerns about the future for UK research collaboration in Europe.על ידי NHS Employers
 
At the NHS Employers Workforce Summit in June our programme lead Robyn Palmer caught up with John Timpson CBE, chairman and owner of Timpson, the shoe repair and key cutting company.In this podcast they talk about the importance of recruiting the right people, and the need for autonomy for frontline staff. Hear them discuss some of the challenges f…
 
How can we respond to the challenge of reward in the NHS? Paul Wallace, Director of Employment Relations and Reward at NHS Employers meets Steve Ned, Director of HR and OD at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and Sarah Messenger, LGA Consultant at the Local Government Association, to find out.…
 
Find out how Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has worked together with City, University of London to deliver resilience training to over 1000 of their staff. Learn about some of their challenges and the impact this training has had. Hear first hand from colleagues who have attended the training and how it has affected their work.…
 
Many organisations in the NHS are either in the process of merging, linking up or thinking about it. Bringing organisations together brings with it many HR challenges especially if one of the organisations concerned has had historic issues. Learn more about how Frimley Health took on the failing Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospital and how it susta…
 
Listen to our second podcast on inclusive leadership in the NHS. In this episode we explore the practical side of inclusive leadership with University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT).Voted 11th in the 2016 inclusive top 50 UK employers and the most inclusive employer in the NHS, UHMBT tell us how they ensured an inclusive wo…
 
Now that Article 50 has been triggered what does the negotiation process involve, who are the key players and where are the EU's red lines? Sarah Collen of the NHS European Office spoke to Fabian Zuleeg, Chief Executive of the European Policy Centre to find out. And with Britain's only physical border with Europe in Northern Ireland, Kate Ling repo…
 
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