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Able. Consistent. Effective.
Learning Coordinators contributing to us being ACE
#bmilandd
2017 LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
CO...
WELCOME
Ian Gardner: Learning and Development Lead
“I LEARNED THAT BMI ARE MAKING A
HUGE CHANGE IN THE WAY STAFF
CAN ACCESS TRAINING AND IMPROVE
THE WAY WE LEARN AND APPROAC...
WHY?
Able. Consistent. Effective.
Roadshow Feedback
“I thought I knew a great deal about what is in BMiLearn;
how wrong I was and after your informative ses...
NON-CLINICAL UPDATE
Ian Gardner: Learning and Development Lead
LAST YEAR CONCLUSION
BMILEARN COMPONENTS
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
FRAMEWORK
ADVANCE PROGRESS
Advance
Business/Patient Admin
“left as there didn't
seem to be enough
units to match my job
role”
Mandatory
CONSISTENCY FOR JOB FAMILIES
Non-clinical work underway including Materials and
Optimum
Role Profile
CompetenciesDevelopme...
Competency
Behaviours
FEELING ACE?
Ian Gardner
Learning Coordinators contributing to us being
ACE
Context
Positive Approach
Another way to understand this model is to take the opposite approach
- a positive one-and imagine how m...
Positive Mentality
Strengthscope: What are Strengths?
Strengthscope: Relation to Learning
Strengthscope: for Teams
Strengths in Balance
Wheel
More on BMiLearn
Next year
Internal L&D Conference 2017
Internal L&D Conference 2017
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Internal L&D Conference 2017

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Internal L&D Conference 2017

  1. 1. Able. Consistent. Effective. Learning Coordinators contributing to us being ACE #bmilandd 2017 LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE Music
  2. 2. WELCOME Ian Gardner: Learning and Development Lead
  3. 3. “I LEARNED THAT BMI ARE MAKING A HUGE CHANGE IN THE WAY STAFF CAN ACCESS TRAINING AND IMPROVE THE WAY WE LEARN AND APPROACH THE FUTURE OF LEARNING IN THE BUSINESS”
  4. 4. WHY? Able. Consistent. Effective.
  5. 5. Roadshow Feedback “I thought I knew a great deal about what is in BMiLearn; how wrong I was and after your informative session I am going to set aside time each week to review modules and see what I and my hospital can benefit from.” (David Mills, ED at Lancaster)
  6. 6. NON-CLINICAL UPDATE Ian Gardner: Learning and Development Lead
  7. 7. LAST YEAR CONCLUSION
  8. 8. BMILEARN COMPONENTS
  9. 9. LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
  10. 10. ADVANCE PROGRESS Advance
  11. 11. Business/Patient Admin “left as there didn't seem to be enough units to match my job role”
  12. 12. Mandatory
  13. 13. CONSISTENCY FOR JOB FAMILIES Non-clinical work underway including Materials and Optimum Role Profile CompetenciesDevelopment
  14. 14. Competency
  15. 15. Behaviours
  16. 16. FEELING ACE? Ian Gardner
  17. 17. Learning Coordinators contributing to us being ACE
  18. 18. Context
  19. 19. Positive Approach Another way to understand this model is to take the opposite approach - a positive one-and imagine how members of truly cohesive teams behave: 1. They trust one another. 2. They engage in unfiltered conflict around ideas. 3. They commit to decisions and plans of action. 4. They hold one another accountable for delivering against those plans. 5. They focus on the achievements of collective results. If this sounds simple, it’s because it is simple, at least in theory. In practice, however, it is extremely difficult because it requires levels of discipline and persistence that few teams can master.
  20. 20. Positive Mentality
  21. 21. Strengthscope: What are Strengths?
  22. 22. Strengthscope: Relation to Learning
  23. 23. Strengthscope: for Teams
  24. 24. Strengths in Balance
  25. 25. Wheel
  26. 26. More on BMiLearn
  27. 27. Next year

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