Monday began with calls and doing some prep work for next week (I will be travelling from Exeter to Edinburgh, and will be away all week). Tuesday was in Birmingham with Mike Stredder and his leadership group. Mike was talking about a range of things he is planning over the coming year, some very big
Monday started at home making calls and writing my speech for next week’s conference for the Blood Donation leadership event. Tuesday was off to London to attend the National Information Board Working Group. This Board oversees the work being done across government to deliver digital health services. I think there is sometimes a tendency to
Monday began in Leamington Spa helping launch the SHINE Accelerate programme. This programme takes people from various roles across NHSBT and brings them together to develop their leadership skills and positon then for promotion. The last programme of its kind was very successful and helps deliver on our desire to ‘grow our own’ future leaders.
Monday began in Filton to join David Evans and his Workforce management team. We talked about a range of things from the recent ‘Your Voice’ survey through to work we are doing on apprentices. I then went to meet the HR Direct team. The team work on the phone and formally launched their new Service
Since July 2015 we have been undertaking tests and trials to build an evidence base around what marketing and education activities will deliver public behaviour change in regards to Organ Donation, so that people can and do donate their organs in the event of their death. Activities like local area campaigns, a partnership with the Daily