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Transferable skills. Chris Plant PMU. Purpose. To ensure that NHS Wales maximises the talents of its staff with regard to AfC To reflect on new/improved skills developed during the project To consider roles to which these skills might be suited, both now and in the future.

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Transferable skills

Chris Plant

PMU


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Purpose

  • To ensure that NHS Wales maximises the talents of its staff with regard to AfC

  • To reflect on new/improved skills developed during the project

  • To consider roles to which these skills might be suited, both now and in the future


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New/ Improved skills (1)

Communication skills

  • Creating newsletters

  • Establishing Web Sites

  • Producing briefing documents, reports, policies

    Presentation skills

  • Creating presentations

  • Giving presentations

  • Fielding questions

  • Delivering training (your own and someone else’s)


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New/ Improved Skills (2)

Organisational skills

- planning to meet deadline after deadline (or sometimes explaining why you haven’t!)

- Developing project plans

- Adjusting project plans

- Understanding the impact of changes

- “managing upwards”: keeping your bosses informed and getting decisions from them

- Establishing systems, processes


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New/Improved Skills (3)

Influencing/ Negotiation skills

- For agreeing deadlines

- In policy discussions

- In meetings (e.g. agreeing courses of action)

- “political” awareness of local, national and UK issues, and of different organisations…

and using this to gain leverage or manage expectations locally


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New/Improved Skills (4)

Interpersonal skills

- “Learning to play nicely” (Project leads, staff reps, all panels)

- Dealing with conflict/tensions

- Challenging and questioning

- Building cases for change

- Networking skills

IT skills

- Excel

- Power Point

- Word

- CAJE, e-KSF (ESR)


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What else have you learnt?

  • Job Matching

  • Job Analysis

  • Job Evaluation

  • T&C

  • KSF

  • What your organisation looks like and how it works

  • What other staff do all day (from JD’s, questions)

  • … and this knowledge is still not widespread: do NOT underestimate your own knowledge!!


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Possible applications for these skills

Task roles – what carries on?

  • JM, JA and JE – for new and changed roles

  • Policy lead roles (USH, on call, annual leave, sleep ins, Annex O arrangements) plus existing policies to get them AfC compliant

  • T&C lead roles – to educate “others”

  • Trainers for JA/JE/JM

  • KSF advisers – outline writers, Directorate/ Division based champions, policy advisers, consistency checkers, reviewers

  • Staff representatives &HR staff – partnership champions, organisational change advisers


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Possible Applications (cont’d)

Organisational roles

  • Workforce modernisers

  • Service redesign roles

  • Learning representatives

  • ESR project lead

  • Systems administrators (JE, KSF and ESR)

  • Other project roles


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Summary

  • NHS Wales has developed hundreds of staff in ways which have radically altered and enhanced their skills sets.

  • By thinking creatively about the roles into which these staff may be developed/ deployed, NHS Wales may continue to harness the talent, knowledge and experience associated with the new and lasting arrangements that are embodied in Agenda for Change.

  • The ball is in your court, as individuals and as organisations

  • Use the KSF framework to assess and reflect on your own skills


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