Find out what's been happening across Do OD as we highlight some of the latest OD developments, conversations and thinking.
New report on building trust across health systems launched
Trustworthy Collaboration, a new report from the University of Bath for NHS Employers, looks to better understand how to build trust across systems to promote more effective collaborative working. Written by a team led by Professor Veronica Hope-Hailey, the report was launched on day two of Confed17 in Liverpool.
Community conversations - added 06 April 2017
Our monthly community conversations are an opportunity to chat about whatever is on your mind and share ideas with colleagues. We’ve had requests to give more notice of the dates, so we’re sharing the next three months well in advance.
To register for one (or more) conversation simply complete our online form. All you need to take part is a phone and something to talk about. Join the conversations on:
- Tuesday 25th April 9-10am
- Wednesday 31st May 3:30-4:30pm
- Thursday 29th June 9:30-10:30pm
OD virtual mentoring - added December 2016
We are delighted to announce that ten fantastic OD practitioners have been trained to deliver mentoring in a virtual space. So say hello to Suzanne Douglas, Dawn Harvey, Obi Maduako-Ezeanyilu, Lisa Gresty, Ros Penny, Abi Williams, Lorna Hirst, Catherine Thomas, Sarah Ellis and Stephanie Scoffield.
Thanks to everyone who has applied to be matched to a mentor, we’re working on it right now and will be in touch very soon. Find your local OD network here.
Out and about - added December 2016
We really enjoyed connecting with people at Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the NHS Improvement Culture Community, Thames Valley & Wessex STP event, CIPD OD Conference, Higher Education OD Network, South West Public Health training conference and Nursing Times Leadership Congress. We also really enjoyed being part of the different regional OD and we’re looking forward to more next year. In 2016 we’ve had face to face contact with over 3,000 people.