OD Improving Care Through Effective Change
Clinicians bring a tested values base aligned to putting patients and service users at the heart of everything they do. Clinical leaders are fundamentally collaborative, they encourage co-production with patients and service users, therefore they are best placed to design, influence and embed effective change.
The approach clinicians use when working with patients and service users aligns closely with the principles of Organisational Development. The health and social care system is faced with a complex and challenging agenda, clinicians bring a unique understanding and insight to patient focused improvements which are impactful and sustainable. Greater benefits can be achieved for individual patients and the wider system through integrating this knowledge and expertise with organisational development capability.
To support this aspiration we have developed our new Organisational Development (OD) programme – Improving Care Through Effective Change in partnership with The Wellbeing Collective. This programme is aimed at our stakeholders who are currently practicing clinically within the South West and who have an interest in changing and improving patient care.
Our intent is to support senior clinical staff to be confident to take OD approaches and develop expertise in designing, delivering and evaluating appropriate interventions to improve patient care across the region.
- To grow OD capacity and capability within clinical leaders who work as part of the South West health and care system
- To support the transfer of skills from clinical practice to organisational development
- To recognise and nurture the OD skills and talent within clinical staff
- To offer a bespoke learning experience to a cross section of organisations
- To stimulate OD dialogue and to continue to promote a development culture
Module one: Self-directed learning – programme on-boarding
Delegates will read a comprehensive range of theoretical and reflective materials aimed at preparing delegates for the tools and techniques taught on the face to face modules.
Module two: Effective use of self The OD cycle
Exploring and practicing techniques for building emotionally intelligent relationships, having a positive impact and the use of the change cycle.
Module three: Working with individuals and working with small groups
Tools techniques for undertaking change work with individuals and small groups underpinned by the coaching and facilitation skills.
Module four: Working with larger groups and evaluating impact
Tools and techniques for running sessions with groups with larger number of people, including wider stakeholders. Exploring ways of evaluating the impact of interventions.
Dates, time and location:
Module two: 13th & 14th March | 9.30 – 16.30 | Woodlands Castle, TA3 5LU
Module three: 24th & 25th April | 9.30 – 16.30 | Woodlands Castle, TA3 5LU
Module four: 4th & 5th June | 9.30 – 16.30 | Woodlands Castle, TA3 5LU
Amy Hobson - Managing Director, The Wellbeing Collective
Amy has 26 years’ experience in public, private and third sectors as a nurse, manager and director within commissioning and providing organisations.
She is a appreciative inquiry expert focussing on high impact change, trained at the international Centre for Appreciative Inquiry. Trained in LEAN, Six Sigma, Root Cause Analysis, NLP, coaching, mediation and facilitation.
Dr Amanda Clark - Senior Consultant, The Wellbeing Collective
Amanda has worked as a psychologist for over 20 years in challenging and demanding environments. She has knowledge, skills and experience in working with teams and individuals to improve performance and overall well-being. Accredited workplace mediator who coaches people to navigate around areas of conflict . BSc (Hons) Psychology, Clin.Psy.D and PG Dip. Cognitive Therapy – Oxford.