It’s been a jam packed week here at Haelo HQ! Becky White, Communications Assistant, tells us what’s got the team chatting in This Week…
We are moving! It’s the end of an era at Haelo as we bid a fond farewell to the Mayo Building at Salford Royal which has been our home for the past three and a half years. We’ll miss our old HQ but onwards and upwards to the bright lights of Media City and The Victoria.
All our new contact and travel information is available here.
This week, Haelo welcomed expert faculty Gareth Parry, MSc, PhD, Senior Scientist, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and Clinical Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. Gareth was at Haelo consulting and collaborating with the Knowledge and Evaluation team on various Haelo programmes. Gareth also led an internal improvement science training session on Deming’s System of Profound Knowledge.
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Are you committed to going the extra mile? Do you work in a system that you want to improve? Have you tried to improve and became frustrated by the pace of change?
This one-day programme gives a comprehensive overview of the science of improvement and provides detailed insight in to its application, including examples from right here in Salford. You will be taught by Lloyd Provost, an internationally renowned expert in the education and application of improvement science.
Our star guest blogger, Programme Manager, Kayleigh Price explores the positive nature of real life changes compared with the negativity and challenges attached to work based change.
I’ve been pondering something recently. Why is it that when we propose change in a work environment it’s often greeted with negativity and challenge, yet when we propose change in our home lives the reverse is often true? What is it that makes us react more negatively to work based change and what can we do to encourage a more positive reaction? I have a few examples of personal change that tend to get positive reactions, alongside their less well received work equivalents.
Our Chief Executive, Professor Maxine Power, travelled to Australia for two weeks, equipped with a packed schedule to deliver innovation and improvement knowledge.
Maxine exchanged valuable insight and expertise, consulting with professionals, capturing best practice and sharing learning from right here in Salford, across 10,556 miles, to Sydney. You can follow Maxine via twitter, or visit the website for diary from down under. Alternatively read any of the individual blogs below:
We are actively encouraging comments, so get involved!
If you’re a member of GMAHSN and MAHSC, you are invited to attend the Scale Up and Spread Improvement Academy.
Thanks to the above networks, alumni of improvement programmes are being supplied with sponsored tickets to attend a two day academy led by national and international experts; Chief Executive of Haelo Professor Maxine Power, Brandon Bennett, Founder of Improvement Science Consulting, Director of Outhentics, Mark Outhwaite, and CEO Co-founder of Patient Voices, Pip Hardy.
The academy will equip delegates with the toolkit to succeed in scale up their improvement project in 2016 and beyond. Find out more about the event on our website.