Leading and managing a resilient workforce: How NHS Trusts can deliver a sustainable workforce model
Date: 26 October 2021
Venue: Virtual event via Zoom
The webinar will take place on Tuesday 26 October 2021 between 14.00 - 15.00.
In the second of our joint webinar sessions, join our NHS Providers Panel to learn more about how organisations can and are:
Managing greater workforce integration
Supporting your team to work flexibly
Resilience at an individual and team level
Addressing the top legal and governance challenges in these contexts.
This important webinar will include the best insights from the following organisations:
• Jacqui Atkinson, head of employment healthcare, Browne Jacobson
• Sian Bond, partner, employment division, Capsticks
• Clive Lewis, founder and chief executive, Globis Mediation
• Andrew Davidson, head of employment, Hempsons
• Elspeth Griffiths, director of HR and OD, NHS SCW
• Robbi Bishop, senior transformation sensei, Virginia Mason Institute
If you would like to attend this event, please do book your place now.
About our Panel Members:
NHS Providers has created a panel of top legal and advisory companies to bring you insight, thought leadership and pro bono support from some of the best legal companies and consultancies in the country. The panel offers members the opportunity to get fast, free, expert responses to the key questions their trusts are grappling with. A way for you and your trust to quickly gather insights from different perspectives on a key challenge. The panel are committed to answering your questions on a pro-bono basis.
They will focus on key areas of specialist support that our members need as board level leaders of their organisations including:
Strategy alignment and goal delivery
System change and partnerships
Who is it for?
Open to members from NHS Trusts
How do I book?
Attendance is free for all members but you will need to book in advance to receive joining instructions for the sessions. If bookings are open, please book using the link above. If you have any questions please contact Roberta Henry.