Enable East knows that the development of staff and the unique and invaluable skills they can bring to their organisation are just as important as ensuring the processes and services they provide run as efficiently as possible. We have a passion for bringing out the best in people both professionally and in areas they can use in their personal lives, focusing on communication, team-working and personal well-being.
Some of our work in helping organisations develop their staff has included:
Project Management Training for Humana, California: In May 2012, Enable East delivered a three day training course commissioned by US healthcare giant Humana for their project managers working on the West Coast of the USA. Enable East supported trainees to explore how they could enhance delivery of their healthcare projects by considering the strategic, political and human elements of their work Feedback from participants was overwhelmingly positive: “This is one of the best project management training courses that I have participated in. Great job!.”
Empowering the Female Workforce: Enable East has been delivering the innovative ‘Her Invitation: Female Power and Influence’ course over the last year; a programme which aims to enable women to have responsible, purposeful and positive influence over their own lives and those around them. Our facilitator is the only trainer within the NHS who delivers this course and her indepth knowledge and experience of the health and social care industry allows her to understand the unique challenges that women within the health sector can face.
Helping Lead the Way: An independent charity commissioned Enable East to provide an associate to fulfil a senior management level role during the implementation of a new service delivery plan. Our associate was responsible for ensuring that the required outcomes were delivered, and that the staff could develop the skills and experience required to provide clients with the support that they needed.
QIPP Proposals: In 2010, the White Paper ‘Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS’ set out the government’s vision for the future of the NHS and outlined their commitment to ensuring that QIPP (Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention) would support the NHS to make efficiency savings that could be reinvested back into the service to continually improve quality of care.