Using the Staged Development Tool to improve workforce capacity and impact
PHE ePoster Library. Hassell S. Sep 12, 2019; 274383; 187
Ms. Sarah Hassell
Ms. Sarah Hassell
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Abstract Introduction
People development is fundamental to organisational ability to build effective,outcome orientated,sustainable systems that protect and improve health. Increasingly recognised internationally, CDC and IANPHI included staff development as one of 28 priority areas in their Staged Development Tool (SDT), providing a framework to assess current maturity, identify areas for development / increased capacity and develop higher level of functioning.BackgroundIn 2018, PHE East Midlands delivered an SDT pilot to drive improvement in learning and development, highlighted as a priority area by our local staff survey and business plan. The aim was to strengthen Centre approaches to collaborative leadership of learning and development activity, and improve staff opportunities and outcomes. MethodTwo workshops were delivered by trained SDT facilitators in 2018. The process enabled participants to work collaboratively to set a baseline, agree an achievable vision, identify gaps, prioritise areas for improvement and define critical next steps in the six SDT domains: Strategic Direction, Systems, Resources, Quality, Engagement, and Impact.
Results
Priority actions included focus on developing support for line managers; asset based approaches to utilising our skills profile; developing a coaching culture; equitable access to learning and development; and improving return on investment. Actions support the 70/20/10 model.
Conclusion
The SDT process has been a catalyst in driving forward improvements in staff development, and in helping Centre colleagues work effectively together to make improvements in complex, diverse staff development issues. The Centre is keen to share their SDT journey, to support other PHE teams in transformational improvement. External funding details not applicable
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