November 2017: Connecting People for Innovation and Collaboration

Commentator: Rosie Redstone

Posted in: Edge Talk

WHAT WE THINK

CONNECTING PEOPLE FOR INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION

CALL TO ACTION:

Share evidence of what makes an effective team in a complex work environment UPLOAD YOUR STORY ON:

http://www.tricider.com/brainstorming/3KPdStthoV3

View the #edgetalks from 3rd November 2017, 9.30am BST to hear about Claire Haigh, Boena Zeneli, Andrew Messina and Cath Doman discussing connecting people for innovation and collaboration.

THE SESSION TOOK PLACE ON 3RD NOVEMBER AT 9:30 AM to 10.30am.

This session enabled participants to share new insights into what makes an effective team by connective beyond organisational boundaries.

By joining us on this EdgeTalk you will:

  • Explore the challenges of working in complex teams
  • Hear stories about new approaches to building effective teams
  • Have the opportunity to be part of a conversation that will help crowdsource our collective wisdom on how to create fab teams

The purpose of the session is to share new insights into what makes an effective team.  We will learn about the importance of connecting beyond organisational boundaries and working in teams where hierarchical command and control and HR approaches have become ineffective.

We are running a campaign leading up to this through Tricider (http://www.tricider.com/brainstorming/3KPdStthoV3). We are encouraging people to submit examples of good team work and why this is so important. If you have innovative examples of the work you are doing to develop a team across different organisations, why not share your insights and lessons learnt on Tricider and join us on the 3rd November.

IN NOVEMBER’S EDGE TALK CLAIRE HAIGH SHARED NEW INSIGHTS INTO WHAT MAKES AN EFFECTIVE TEAM. SHE WILL BE JOINED BY ANDREW MESSINA FROM NHS STOCKPORT CCG AND ZANELI BOENA FROM NORTH EAST ESSEX CCG.

Claire Haigh

Claire is the Co-Founder of Collaborate Out Loud a Community Interest Company that creates surprising, simple and social spaces for public service innovation and an explorer, shaper and connector of future collaborative public services.

Boena Zeneli 

Boena has been working for the NHS since 2005 in a variety of positions in CCGs. She has a keen interest in the importance of working with and managing complex teams, and in particular to connect the whole economy to work collaboratively, as one team- without boundaries.

Andrew Messina  

Andrew has extensive experience of initiating and delivering transformational change within health and care systems.  He has worked in health and care in Stockport to develop their MCP Vanguard programme.

 

Cath Doman 

Cath is a programme director with both and a clinical and commissioning background and has a Masters in Healthcare Leadership. Cath’s career originated in occupational therapy and has spanned the NHS and social care, commissioning and provision and latterly leading major whole system transformation programmes focused on integrating health and social care services.  Cath is currently the programme director for one of the national vanguard sites in Harrogate and works on behalf of six local partners including primary care, mental health services, social care, local council, community health services and the CCG.

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Please let us know if you would like to join future EdgeTalks session and we will send you an advance notice of future meetings. Email: ENGLAND.SI-HORIZONS@NHS.NET

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