16 / 2 / 2017 8.30am
The link between staff engagement and positive patient outcomes is indisputable, yet how can this be achieved at a time when workplace pressures are leading to low morale and wellbeing, and staff are increasingly feeling disengaged and undervalued?
HR, workforce and OD managers are invited to address these challenges and identify practical solutions at a one-day event from The King’s Fund, delivered in partnership with NHS Employers.
Taking place on 23 March in London, and with a 20 per cent discount for Confed members, Great Place to Work
is designed to help NHS leaders build a culture of trust and engagement that attracts and retains employees, drives creativity and maximises your organisation’s productivity.
The programme will feature learning and guidance on how to work with clinical teams to ensure that NHS staff are given the support they need to deliver high-quality care, while also ensuring they feel engaged and valued.
Speakers on the day include:
- Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive, NHS Employers
- Professor Michael West, Head of Thought Leadership, The King's Fund
- Marcus Powell, Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, The King's Fund
- Andrew Foster, Chief Executive, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
- Jo Vigor, Senior Development Adviser, NHS Improvement
- David Wherrett, Director of Workforce, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Caroline Chipperfield, Director, NHS Thames Valley and Wessex Leadership Academy
- Su Walters, Head of Recruitment, Nuffield Health
- Mike Gibney, Director of Workforce, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust
- Charles Fair, Associate Consultant, Great Place to Work
- Sue Hills, Organisational Development Manager, The King’s Fund.
Discount for Confed members
Members of the NHS Confederation can receive a 20 per cent discount on the ticket price, by using the promotional code NHS_Employers_Discount
Find out more and book your place.