Hints and Tips
We will be sharing lessons, hints and tips for entering the HPMA Awards, defining what makes a good award entry and highlighting things to look out for.
During the course of this webinar you will hear from Nicky Ingham, Executive Director at HPMA together with Shelly Rubinstein, an awards judge and HPMA Trustee, and Lisa Crichton-Jones, HRD of Gateshead Health NHS FT, a previous award entrant and finalist for HRD of the Year.
This event will be held on 30 March starting at 3.30pm and will last for approximately 90 minutes and will include the opportunity to ask questions. If you would like to submit a question in advance, please send it by email to email@example.com
Joining instructions will be sent out 24 hours prior to the event.
Nicky Ingham BA (Hons) FCIPD MSc HR Leadership NLP Practitioner. Nicky is the part time Executive Director of the HPMA and is an award-winning transformational leader and architect of change, inspiring change through people. With over 28 years’ experience working with organisations in a variety of workforce roles. She has 15 years as an Executive Director of Workforce and OD, and now runs her own consultancy focused on coaching and organisational development.
Shelly Rubinstein CPsychol, C.Sci, AFBPsS. Shelly founded Impact Consulting Psychologists in 1994. She draws upon over thirty years of high-level experience and has led change programmes across a vast number of public, voluntary and private sector organisations, in both professional and managerial capacities. With managerial experience in Local Government and the NHS she is committed to the integration agenda putting citizens at the centre of her work. Shelly has been facilitating, coaching and carrying out organisation management and leadership development since 1987 in NHS, public, private and voluntary sectors, for leaders in the DH, DWP, BBC, Police Forces, MPs and Ministers.
Lisa Crichton-Jones Director of People and OD. Lisa joined the Trust in October 2020 and is an experienced NHS HR Director, having worked at Executive level since 2012 and in the NHS since 1999. She brings experience of working in a large complex trust as well as recent experience as Director of Workforce for the NENC Integrated Care System. She is a Governor at East Durham College, a trustee at Museums North and Chairs the local and regional NHS social partnership forums.