Lord Carter’s Review of Operational Productivity and Performance: What does this mean for NHS HR professionals implementing shared services projects?

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Date: Thursday 21st April
Location: Bevan Brittan, London 
Time: 18:00 - 19:30 
Registration: From 17:30 (including drinks and canapés)

The HPMA London Academy and Bevan Brittan LLP invite you to join us at an evening forum for deputy and associate directors of HR and senior HR professionals.

This is an interactive round table discussion which will allow attendees an opportunity to gain an insight into the drivers, challenges and potential productivity savings that can be achieved by introducing shared services projects. The need for trusts to maximise quality and efficiency has been highlighted in the Carter report with a particular emphasis on savings from the workforce budget through tackling agency spend, sickness absence and adopting good people management practices.

The aim of the event is to stimulate ideas about the opportunities available to delegates to help them achieve the required efficiency savings by  2021.

The event is jointly presented by the HPMA and Bevan Brittan LLP and is intended as part of a development programme focusing on the broader strategic HR agenda in the NHS.

Aims
This event will support participants to understand the opportunities and challenges of working collaboratively to deliver HR services.

Objectives
At the end of the session, participants will have a good overview of the challenges, mechanics and potential outcomes of shared service projects.

Who is it for? 
This workshop is for deputy and associate directors of HR and senior HR professionals
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Speakers will include;

  • Sharon Renouf, Commercial Partner Bevan Brittan LLP @LinkedIn
  • Wendy Brewer, Joint Director of HR & OD at St Georges Healthcare NHS Trust and  St. George's University of London @LinkedIn
  • Hugh Peart, Head of Legal at Buckinghamshire County Council
  • Daniel Elkins, Director of the Streamlining Programme

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The London branch of the HPMA runs the London Healthcare People Management Academy to support the development of HR/OD/workforce practitioners in the NHS in London.

Our vision is to enable improved patient care and health outcomes through excellence in people management.

Our mission is to improve the capability, practice and impact of HR and OD practitioners in healthcare in London.

Please noteThis is a free event, however we have a £100 cancellation fee if you cancel within 7 days of the event. Please feel free to send a replacement if you can’t come.

21st, April 2016 6:00 PM   through   7:30 PM
Bevan Brittan LLP
Fleet Place House, 2 Fleet Place
Holborn Viaduct
London
EC4M 7RF

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