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 challenges faced by Primary Care – recruitment and retention of the workforce. Caroline gave an overview of how to model services based on clinical need rather than patient demand and how, using patient presentation data, we can built a multi-disciplinary team designed to meet the specific needs of our service users. She shared examples of how Personal Trainers and Patient Advisors have been integrated into the Primary Care team in practices across the country and gave examples of the patient outcomes achieved through embracing a non-traditional workforce model.

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With standing room only the session received the highest attendance rate of the day with enquiries from federations and practices across the North West looking for help to shape their workforce and improve recruitment and retention strategies.

If you missed us don’t worry! We’ll be exhibiting across the country later in the year, or you can contact Caroline directly for more information by emailing Caroline@oneworkforce.co.uk

Stakeholder Mapping with William Merritt Centre

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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 be able to define a ‘stakeholder’
  • To identify key stakeholders for William Merritt
  • To identify the benefits and communication requirements for each stakeholder
  • To identify who is best placed to develop and then maintain the relationship with each stakeholder

 

Workshop Content
Using a combination of interactive tasks, videos and group based discussions the William Merritt team were encouraged to challenge their approach to defining a stakeholder.
The team were then guided to explore future potential business opportunities in line with their organisational strategy, identifying new mutually beneficial stakeholders.
Using the OneWorkforce Stakeholder Mapping Framework and Toolkit, the team were encouraged to consider the priority of the stakeholder, the most relevant form of communication method and the most appropriate individual for managing the relationship.
The results were presented to William Merritt in a post-workshop debrief alongside a Stakeholder Tracker template to support with the next steps.

 
Client Feedback
“It was an excellent session achieving a lot .We learnt a lot about how we can prioritise and update ourselves, what we need to do. But the really nice thing was that Staff and Trustees enjoyed working together on it. Thanks again“
Professor Anne Chamberlain OBE, Chair, William Merritt

 
“Everyone enjoyed the open discussion and were very complimentary on the approach and style of the workshop. As General Manager the session was just what I was looking for and couldn’t have gone any better for me. It achieved exactly what was needed”
David Blythe, General Manager, William Merritt

To to find out more about our courses and services contact Caroline on 07929 626384 or email: caroline@oneworkforce.co.uk