Strategic & Operational HR

A Journey Towards World Class HR

An organisational development approach to reviewing the Human Resource function and identifying the journey necessary to achieve ‘World Class HR’. This case study describes the approach taken by one North West Trust in identifying their journey to achieving “World Class HR”. The approach taken unlisted the Towards World Class HR in the North West model and the CIPD Professional Map.

Using the Hartman Value Profile Tool to Embed Values and Behaviours

Following the Francis Report, it was highlighted that improving the values and behaviours of NHS staff could have a positive impact upon patient care. As such there has been an outward focus recently on how other organisations have recruited for and nurtured such values within new and existing staff.Memorial Hermann Health System is one of the largest healthcare systems in the United States, and has been embedding values and behaviours over the last 25 years using the Hartman Value Profile (HVP) tool.

An Integrated Workforce Planning Tool to Meet the Mental Health and Psychological Wellbeing Needs of Children and Young People

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) integrated workforce planning tool was first developed as part of the CAMHS National Workforce Programme (2011) and has since been further developed by Cme in the Community, in partnership with the Child and Maternal Health Intelligence Network (ChiMat), where it is hosted.

Yorkshire & the Humber Apprentice Profile - Gavin Hunter

Prior to starting the Level 3 NHS Apprenticeship programme, Gavin had been working as a level 2 dispenser in a community pharmacy for over a year, before which he had undertaken a full-time course at college.His community pharmacy employer recommended the Pre-registration trainee pharmacy technician programme, which he subsequently started at Sheffield College. While the course came highly recommended, he states that he gained more from it than initially expected.

Values Based Competency Interview Questions for Clinical Roles

In 2012, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust rolled out values-based competency interview questions for recruitment to clinical roles. These were developed by the Human Resources (HR) Department, to support recruiting managers and help ensure that new recruits exhibit and share the Trust’s five core values; caring, dignity, respect, openness and pride.These core values were developed by the staff in order to localise the NHS Constitution and provide the guiding principles that underpin everything the Trust does.

Transforming Workforce in Partnership to Achieve Integrated Care

In 2011 East Cheshire NHS Trust, together with Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group (ECCCG), Cheshire & Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and Cheshire East Council formed a partnership to facilitate integrated care for the population of East Cheshire.The Eastern Cheshire ‘Transforming Workforce in Partnership’ (TWIP) project now forms the initial work programme of the over arching Leadership, OD & Workforce workstream of the integrated care programme.