#NHSFutureHR launches

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06 / 4 / 2016 10.57am

We have launched #NHSFutureHR to keep NHS HR professionals up to date with the latest on NHS HR professional development and the NHS Professional Development Strategy.

Join our conversation on Twitter where we will be discussing NHS HR professional development. Tell us why you are proud to be a HR professional and what your aspirations are for the future.


What is the NHS Professional Development Strategy?

The NHS Professional Development Strategy aims to support the development of the NHS HR workforce and promote the impact and influence of NHS workforce leaders.

As part of this strategy we are working in partnership with NHS England, Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) and the NHS Leadership Academy NHS Executive Search team to develop an Aspirant Director of Workforce Career Development Programme.

Watch our video of Nicky Ingham, director of workforce and organisational development, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals and HRD network chair within the North West discuss the need to innovate and promote the HR profession in the NHS.

Coming soon

Follow #NHSFutureHR to hear from:

  • Stephen Moir, chief people officer, NHS England who commissioned the career development programme on why professional development is so important, its benefits and the benefits of having HR leaders at board level.
  • Sally Scales, programme lead, NHS Executive Search at NHS Leadership Academy who will be sharing her insight into what makes a great HR leader, what the executive selection process is like and the benefits to coaching and mentoring.

Look out for information on our web pages and #NHSFutureHR next week when we be launching details of the Aspirant Director of Workforce programme.

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