Empower staff to improve staff engagement

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10 / 11 / 2015 4.15pm

In our latest case study on staff engagement, read about the George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust's journey to improvement.

The organisation's workforce were unengaged and detached from its vision and values so a different approach to staff engagement was tried, starting from grass roots.

It implemented a new staff engagement programme called Excel which focused on empowering staff to create their own vision and values - a vision that could unite staff irrespective of grade. 

This innovative way of working bottom up, has helped give staff the empowerment and belief that they could make change happen.

The trust has made significant progress in engaging its workforce. Staff engagement scores are rising each year and in May 2014 the trust moved out of special measures.

Read the George Eliot's case study.

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