Healthier Wales - Organisational Development

Organisational Development is a key area within the Healthier Wales agenda.  We have created a range of services that are designed to help you move forward:

    This is targeted towards senior leaders to help identify and create a healthier workforce Our approach has been developed to equip your staff with the skills to adapt to and discover new ways to stimulate innovation, at a time when the sector desperately needs to get the most from its people. Book an initial half-day workshop with us today.
    We offer a range of tailored leadership programmes designed to suit the needs of you as a leader.

  • SeeME
    This programme is designed to give people accessing care and support, the opportunity to communicate what’s important to them through the medium of video. In the constant noise of ongoing changes within health and social care, this has never been more important. With a SeeMe profile a person can choose who to share sensitive and important information about their needs, at their discretion. We work with your staff to help you enact the organisational changes necessary to get the best use from digital technology. Find out more here.
    This is a key approach in developing effective integration of health and social care as outlined in Healthier Wales.  We use co-production as an approach with organisations to enable those providing and receiving services to share power and responsibility, and to work together in equal, reciprocal and caring relationships. 
    Our Programme Management expertise can assist organisations working in partnership to effectively manage the process of transforming services.  Our ability to support you to remain on track and facilitate the complex conversations that feature throughout the process of working together helps to improve outcomes for those who access services and the organisations responsible for the delivery.

    Our Review team can deliver bespoke independent evaluations that respond to project objectives and research questions.  We create mechanisms for consistent reporting in response to proposed deliverables, milestones and qualitative and quantitative outcomes. This will be a requirement of any project delivered as part of the Transformation Fund. Our approach also provides the opportunity for involving key stakeholders, such as people who use services and colleagues from across sectors including public, third and private.  We facilitate reflective learning opportunities to help implement changes in working practice that address the findings of our work and target the specific Healthier Wales agenda.

If you would like to speak to us about any of the above services please contact:

Lewis Gwyther,
Marketing and Business Development Officer,
01443 742384

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