The conference will explore staff experience and how delegates can make real progress to improve this locally in partnership, learning from local good practice case studies, hearing from opinion formers and national policy leads on current thinking.
Delegates attending can expect to:
- Be challenged - Discuss some challenging issues coming up regionally and locally and how they can be solved in partnership to improve staff experience.
- Be inspired - Hear from good practice case studies with ideas you can take back to your workplace.
- Be connected - Network with colleagues across three regional SPFs and exchange ideas on how improving staff experience can improve organisational performance.
- Be informed - Hear about the latest best practice and research in the field of staff experience.
Conference topics will centre around the four themes of:
- staff health and wellbeing
- the guardian role and raising concerns
- retention of staff
- violence, bullying and harassment.
Delegates will hear a range of different views and perspectives, gain valuable insights from NHS, trade union and expert leaders about the national drivers for this agenda, and the case for improvements. Delegates will gain practical examples of how to take this forward in their own organisations.
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Who should attend?
The conference will be of particular benefit for workforce colleagues in the NHS and regional trade union representatives involved in this agenda locally and regionally. There is a limited number of places available free for:
- human resources directors in NHS trusts across Midlands and East
- assistant directors of HR and HR business partners across Midlands and East
- regional trade union reps across Midlands and East involved regionally, or in national forums or working groups.