Five tips to make your workforce more resilient

Resilience at work is an important trait for individuals to possess, whatever their role or seniority. It can be defined as a person’s capacity to respond to pressure and the demands of daily life. In short, resiliency affects our ability to ‘bounce back’. At OneWorkforce, we believe that resilience should not be seen only asContinue reading “Five tips to make your workforce more resilient”

Supporting care providers with GDPR compliance

How do you store the personal data belonging to your employees? Are you GDPR compliant? OneWorkforce were asked to conduct a review of William Merritt Disables Living Centre’s personal data management, in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) changes which came into effect on 25 May 2018. The scope of the project Continue reading “Supporting care providers with GDPR compliance”

We’re recruiting Associate Trainers!

The opportunity At OneWorkforce, we believe that training and development should be fun, engaging and deliver positive outcomes for our clients. As our reputation and our client base grow, we are looking to strengthen our existing team with Associate Trainers. You will be delivering OneWorkforce training modules as part of our team on a. WeContinue reading “We’re recruiting Associate Trainers!”

Standing Room Only at Management in Practice Conference

Our Learning and Development Director, Caroline, took to the stage in Manchester at the Management in Practice conference on 14th June 2018. She was joined by a range of expert speakers delivering sessions covering a variety of topics, including HR, IT, legislation, finance and motivating staff. The OneWorkforce session explored two of the biggest challengesContinue reading “Standing Room Only at Management in Practice Conference”

Stakeholder Mapping with William Merritt Centre

Located in Rodley, West Yorkshire, William Merritt is a charity offering impartial advice and professional assessments on a wide range of disabled and assisted living equipment. On 13th February 2018 OneWorkforce facilitated a Stakeholder Mapping Workshop for the William Merritt team consisting of Trustees, Senior Managers and employees of the organisation. Workshop Objectives To beContinue reading “Stakeholder Mapping with William Merritt Centre”

Introducing the Practitioner Career Development Programme

Yorkshire-based training and development venture, OneWorkforce, has launched a first-of-its-kind Career Development Programme to help address the challenges faced by nurses and practitioners nationwide and equip them with essential management, leadership and clinical skills. Over a 24-month period, practitioners enrolled within the ‘Practitioner Career Development Programme’ will take part in sixteen essential modules that coverContinue reading “Introducing the Practitioner Career Development Programme”

Why do we insist on formalising performance meetings? What’s wrong with a coffee chat?

At a recent Performance Management training session a manager shared with me feedback they had recently received from their own manager during their annual appraisal which had left them feeling worthless. ‘I think your performance really started to drop from the end of last year. Do you remember the report I asked for back in December?Continue reading “Why do we insist on formalising performance meetings? What’s wrong with a coffee chat?”

New dates for Primary Care Manager Training

New dates are now available for Managers Essential Skills training sessions. The dates run from May through to October 2017 and the modules are facilitated from the Sheffield Walk In Centre. The centre is located a short walk from the city centre and train station, with parking available nearby and great public transport links. AllContinue reading “New dates for Primary Care Manager Training”

Performance Management Tips

Many of us have been in this exact situation. You join a new team and quickly it becomes apparent that the previous manager has not tackled poor performance. Standards may have dropped over a period of time and poor behaviour, for some colleagues, has now become ‘the norm’. As a new manager it keeps youContinue reading “Performance Management Tips”