We support NHS teams through pharma partners.
We create opportunities for Pharma partners to support NHS teams’ development.
We provide inspiring development programmes to NHS teams, encouraging effective team working, improved well-being and healthy teams.
Effective team working. A phrase which is so over-used it now rolls off the tongue without much consideration.
But it shouldn’t. For NHS workers, effective team working is critical – it’s important that we give the subject its rightful time in the spotlight and reap the benefits of working effectively as part of a brilliant team.
The current Covid crisis has placed unprecedented strain on the NHS. Despite this, there are signs that the demands of the crisis have blurred some traditional boundaries and accelerated the move toward multi-disciplinary working.
As a consequence, complexity has increased as teams throughout the health service find new, urgent issues to deal with, both within their own group and also within their interaction with others, including the Pharma industry.
This is why now is the time for the industry to evaluate where they can genuinely support, both locally and nationally, to continue to build on these collaborative partnerships.
It’s never been more important for parties who care about the NHS to come together and ensure it’s well-being.
The Healthy Team are focused on providing the people-skills necessary to support this accelerating trend. We have a depth of knowledge of the environment and an understanding of the challenges. We’ve also delivered innovative online training sessions when face to face contact has not been possible – even in the current climate, we can help to build a happy and healthy team!
“Reflection time for all teams, staff and organisations is vital. During the crisis, the huddles, debriefs, ward rounds and after-action reviews have enabled the astonishing innovation we have seen. All teams must have protected time for meetings, reviews and learning. We know such team time is associated with an average 35–40 per cent higher productivity.”
Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, Kings Fund
& Michael West
Visiting Fellow, Kings Fund