Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit present their award-winning Health and Wellbeing Strategy in this Showcase Session.
- 16:00PM – 10 JanuaryOnline
- CPD hours: 1
Sessions for this event are listed below:
At a time when the NHS is undergoing vast change, we need to ensure that our people are well, engaged and motivated in order to deliver high quality work which ultimately impacts on patient services. We have done this in two ways; by implementing a strong wellbeing offer which is data driven and links to our organisation’s strategic goals, and by developing and embedding a new agile culture across the organisation which focuses on work being an activity we do rather than a place we go. Both focusses not only link to our strategic direction as an organisation, but have involved engagement with all of our people, shaping our offers and ensuring that what we are providing is what our people want and need whilst empowering them to have autonomy over their health and wellbeing. Ultimately, our aim is for wellbeing to be a golden thread that runs through everything we do and not a one-off activity.
Lyn Tallentire is Deputy Finance Director at Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit and is a health and wellbeing champion for the finance team and across the wider organisation. As part of One NHS Finance and working with colleagues across the CSU she has developed simple and innovative ways to engage with colleagues. Passionate about making a difference Lyn has presented at a number of events sharing the learning and knowledge they have gained.
Fay Winstanley is a People and OD Manager at Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit, with 22 years’ experience of working in the HR field in the NHS. Fay is passionate about bringing the best out in people, and ensuring that their wellbeing at work is supported through a people centred approach. Fay was instrumental in both developing and embedding MLCSU’s approach to wellbeing at work, which won a national HR Excellence Award in December 2022.
Susan Blakey is a Senior People Consultant at Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit and has 15 years’ experience in learning and development and organisational development (OD), and a background in operational financial services. She is a qualified coach and mentor, and is skilled in delivery of psychometrics for use in assessment and development.