Hello and welcome to our March newsletter
Inside this month's edition;
- A sneak preview of our exciting new programme for 2016/17 ‘HR as a Strategic Partner’
- Good news – funding from HEE for our new ASPIRE development programme for aspiring Deputy/Assistant Directors of Workforce
- Some upcoming events
- Revisit Closing the Gap and other recent events
- Exclusive offer for HPMA London members – Mediation Training
- Jobs Board
We hope you enjoy reading and welcome any comments by tweeting us @HPMALondon
A word from the HPMA London Academy Team
“We would like to thank all those who participated in our events programme during this closing financial year and we hope you found the content, the facilitators and all different speakers insightful and beneficial to you on your development journey.
We would also like to thank all the wonderful venues that have hosted our events and made us and all our members feel incredibly welcome.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to some of our new events, being delivered as part of our 2016/17 programme. We are increasing the number of events we run by 66%, delivering more value for you and your team.”
HR as a Strategic Partner
We are delighted to release an advance preview of our new events programme for 2016/17 – HR as a Strategic Partner. This programme has been developed in response to the learning needs analysis we carried out with many of our member trusts last year.
Many of you will be involved in appraisals at this time of year and we hope that by releasing the whole programme at this stage, you can plan your personal development for the year.
The events programme gives you an overview of our planned events for the year. We will then publicise each event approximately two months in advance, via email and on our website.
Under the overall heading, ‘HR as a Strategic Partner’, this year’s programme will be divided into three themes – Strategy, Organisation Design/Development and Change.
for a sneak preview of our 2016/17 events programme.
This is a DRAFT programme and all events will confirmed on our website and as we email them individually to members.
In addition to our programme of core events, e.g. legal updates, network events etc, we will deliver three different series of learning events:
‘How to’ series to develop your skills and knowledge in areas such as developing business cases, HR data analytics, talent management etc.
Personal impact series to support you to develop your emotional intelligence and skills such asfeedback skills, influencing skills, coaching skills, becoming comfortable with difficult conversations etc.
Organisation development series – for example, facilitation skills, consulting skills, diagnosing organisation wide problems, dialogic OD, change management
ASPIRE Development Programme
We are excited to announce that following support from HR Directors, HEE London and South East have agreed to fund our proposed ASPIRE development programme for HR and OD professionals. The programme will be aimed at Head of/business partner level who have the capability and desire to progress to AD/DD level and be future HR leaders. We anticipate that the programme will be a 24 month journey and include assessment, learning, practice, reflection and implementation.
Watch this space! We will keep you updated as we develop plans for this programme.
Facilitator: Peter English, Management Development Consultancy
Date: Monday 25th April, 1.30pm to 5pm
No one really likes confrontation, yet most of us have to handle conflict at some point. This session offers an approach to handling difficult situations which maximised the likelihood of a positive outcome whilst minimising the chances of damaging your relationship with the other party.
Location: Ambassadors Bloomsbury
Facilitator: Dr. Jane Keep, PhD, MPhil, MSc, FCIPD, MIC, CMgr, FCMI
Date: Thursday 5th May, 10.00am to 4pm
Healthcare organisations will continue to face multi-faceted challenges in the years to come. How do we support these organisations to be healthy, vibrant, productive, harmonious and effective?
Location: Bevan Brittan LLP
Facilitator: Ruth Robertson (Director and Founder) of Executive Strength
Date: Monday 9th May, 9.30am to 12.30pm
This workshop is designed to optimise your strengths for more energy, satisfaction and effectiveness in your role as an HR Strategic Partner
Location: Capsticks LLP
Facilitator:Peter English, Management Development Consultancy
Date: Thursday 7th July 1.30pm to 5pm
This course is for you if you suspect that in the past you may have been ‘squeaky clean but outmanoeuvred’ or if you have never really thought about organisational politics and recognise that this is starting to limit your effectiveness or career development.
Location: Bevan Brittan LLP
HR Directors Dinner with Tim Munden Vice President of Human Resources, UK and Ireland at Unilver 10/03/2016
Thank you very much to DACBeachcroft for hosting a dinner for HR Directors this month.
It was an interesting and insightful discussion for HR Directors to come together informally over a delicious dinner.
Developing as a HR Business Partner 10/02/2016
In February, Shirley Daziel delivered an insightful session into Developing as an HR Business Partner. In case you missed this session, we plan to repeat it in our programme for 2016/17.
Graciously hosted by Bevan Brittan
What they thought?
“Excellent delivery and involvement by Shirley, who successfully tailored the event to feel appropriate to each individual’s needs, thoroughly enjoyed it.”
“The facilitator's experience was extensive which was incredibly insightful and she could call upon real experience to help support messages/themes.”
Developing Facilitations skills 24/03/2016
For our last event of the 2015/16 calendar, Helen Corrigan& Elaine Sutton presented an amazing Facilitation Skills Event
Graciously hosted by DACBeachcroft
A refresh on Closing the Gap
For those who missed our recent joint HPMA/PPMA event: ‘Closing the Gap: How HR can work together to deliver effective integrated care’, or those who would like to revisit some of the presentations, we are delighted to release the video content from the event.
This event offered engaging insights from eight thought-provoking speakers, who each offered their own absorbing and informed perspective on how HR can deliver effective integrated care.
The speakers were:
Steve Davies, Directorate Head of HR & OD, Lambeth Council and Chair of London PPMA Branch
Patricia Wright Interim Chief Executive, Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust
John Powell, Director of Adult Social Services, Health and Wellbeing, London Borough of Redbridge
Conor Burke, Accountable Officer, Barking & Dagenham, Havering & Redbridge CCGs
Caroline Morison, Deputy Director North West London Collaboration of CCGs
Yvonne Rogers, Associate Director of HR, Central Manchester & Manchester Children's FT
Martin Rayson, Divisional Director HR & OD, London Borough of Barking & Dagenham
Julian Mellor, Programme Manager of Integrated Care, Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust
National Certificate in Workplace Mediation TM EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT
Reduced fees on accredited mediation skills training for HPMA Members
The National Certificate in Workplace Mediation™ is the flagship mediation skills course for mediators working across the NHS. TCM is running an NHS specific version of the course in May/June 2016.
This course is accredited by the Open College Network (OCN) and would typically cost £1,995 per delegate plus vat. HPMA members are being offered a 25% discount bringing the fee down to £1,495 plus vat. TCM have a reputation for delivering high quality and high impact mediation skills training for NHS Trusts across the UK. They have established award winning mediation schemes within numerous trusts and NHS organisations. TCM are also offering HPMA members who register for the course, a half days free consultancy to help them embed a culture of mediation within their organisation. For those trusts who are already using mediation, this consultancy can be used to review your mediation scheme and to develop an action plan for increasing its scope and use. Delegates who successfully complete the course will also receive 3 years membership of the Professional Mediators’ Association (PMA) free of charge. The PMA delivers a wide and varied programme of professional development ad is committed to driving up standards within the emerging mediation profession.
The course is running with a maximum of 16 NHS delegates and spaces are limited as 2 trusts have block booked 10 spaces.
Please email email@example.com to secure your place and quote code HPMA2016 when you book to ensure that you are allocated the correct discount.
To find out more about TCM, please visit their websiteHERE
Chief Operating Officer
Job Reference: 361-TM-556
Employer: East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust
Location: Stevenage SG1 4AB
Salary: Trust Pay
We are looking for an exceptional individual to join us as Chief Operating Officer. You will join an experienced leadership team and will play a key role in achieving the trust’s vision to ‘Be amongst the best…’
As the executive lead for operations, take responsibility for the effective and efficient performance of the operational function within the Trust,
Plan, co-ordinate and deliver improvements across the hospital to ensure that high quality and efficient care is delivered to patients and that the Trust meets all of its standards and targets
As a voting member of the Board, play a wider strategic role in the effective functioning of the Trust, supporting the development and maintenance of the desired culture at East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust.
Significant management and leadership experience at a senior level in an NHS acute Trust with the ability to manage operational performance within financial constraints
Evidence of successfully leading organisational change in developing new models of healthcare delivery, new ways of working with demonstrable experience of building, maintaining and coaching successful relationships with all staff, partners and key stakeholders
Strong interpersonal, communication and negotiating skills, with a demonstrable commitment to the highest quality of patient care, coaching and staff engagement
Proven ability to deliver performance with clinical, operational and financial sustainability whilst striving for excellence and continuous improvement.
Closing date: 7th April 2016
HR Director of Workforce and Organisational Development
Job Reference: 222-CORP-ODW
Employer: West London Mental Health NHS Trust
Department: Organisational Development and Workforce
Our Director of Workforce and Organisational Development post is a voting member of the Trust with responsibility for achieving Trust objectives, while providing professional advice to the Board both strategically and in relation to the Board’s responsibilities as an employer.
The successful candidate will ensure that the Trust has an appropriate, well-motivated, highly skilled and high-performing workforce. They will also lead on implementation of the transformation of the workforce to deliver the Trust’s objectives and develop the organisation to instil a culture in line with the Trust’s vision and values.
This would be a great challenge for an HR Director (FCIPD preferred) with a proven track record of:
•Extensive workforce planning and organisation development during a period of transformation, developing a people strategy and assessing capabilities
•Professionalising and building credibility across an HR Function, shaping the direction of culture and values
•Maintaining an engaged multi-site workforce as a visible leader within the organisation
•Broad experience of working at a senior level, partnering with the CEO and Senior Leadership Team
Closing date: 08/04/2016
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