Webinar : Action Learning Set – Flexible Working in Practice – Thursday 4th November at 10am

Presented by Annesley Donald, Deputy Director of Workforce at CUH

This webinar will provide an opportunity for colleagues to come together and collaborate in exploring the operational impact of the new flexible working legislation. The action learning set, whilst facilitated, will be driven by attendees hopefully sharing experience, observation and innovation. This is an interactive session and will include networking opportunities and participation in breakout rooms, with open forum discussions and the ability to use Chatbox.

This event will be held on Thursday 4th November starting at 10am and will last for approximately 90 minutes and will include the opportunity to ask questions.  Delegates can submit questions in advance or add them during the webinar.  If you would like to submit a question in advance, please email it to amy.bushen@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

Joining instructions will be sent out 24 hours prior to the event. 

Speaker Biography: Annesley Donald – Deputy Director of Workforce at CUH and Vice President HPMA EOE Branch. Annesley joined the NHS on the graduate scheme for Clinical Scientists, training to become a clinical cytogeneticist. Several years ago she moved into HR and has worked in a number of workforce functions including recruitment, employee relations and business partnering. After a brief foray into operations management, Annesley returned to HR where she now works as the Deputy Director of Workforce at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, a large acute teaching hospital in the East of England. Annesley took on the role as HPMA vice president for East of England in 2019 and is keen to bring a broad range of inclusive events to the region, whilst also creating strong effective networks for sharing ideas, concerns and best practice.

 

 

When
4th, November 2021 10:00 AM through 11:30 AM
Location
Webinar
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