Healthcare People Managers Association
Nicky is the Executive Director for the Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA) and Chief Executive of her own successful HR and OD Consultancy.
Nicky has 24 years’ experience working with organisations in a variety of workforce roles. With over 15 years as Executive Director of Workforce and OD, Nicky has significant experience in leading organisational transformation, change programmes, developing organisational models, organisational turnaround, development of strategy and underpinning strategic engagement and communications strategies. Nicky is adept at providing constructive challenge and being a critical friend to support transition, both on an individual and team level. Recent experience includes working with ambiguity across organisational boundaries in supporting system change across the Fylde Coast Local Delivery Plan with commissioners and local authorities.
A focused values-driven individual who can quickly grasp the strategic, operational and organisational issues involved in an organisation. A self-starter with excellent interpersonal skills, a good communicator who can establish credibility at all levels of an organisation. Highly motivated and results focused. With strong leadership skills and experience, Nicky is agile and passionate about supporting others to realise their full potential and inspire change in themselves and for themselves.
Leading and implementing cultural change programmes, Nicky provides a holistic approach to transformation using her unique style and partnership approach to best effect ensuring ownership at all levels. An experienced coach and mentor to a broad range of stakeholders from board level to grassroots staff, Nicky’s approach is refreshing, vibrant and forward thinking. An accomplished Chair working nationally, regionally and locally to effect system wide change. Previous HPMA HRD of the Year 2010.
11:45 am - 12:20 pm
Panel: Developing the 21st Century public service workforce
Theatre: Workforce and Leadership
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Health People Managers Association (HPMA), Public Services People Managers Association (PPMA) and Universities HR (UHR) announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in April 2018. Whislt there are a range of benefits through this collaboration, the two key priorities are to: to create a collective voice for HR & OD across the whole of public service and to provide opportunities for us to develop HR & OD professionals so that they can work across the sector.
This session will look at the following key challenges and reflect on how the MOU might support solution development and implementation:
- Cross sector collaboration and whole systems leadership
- Inclusion and diversity
- Delivering on the Future of Work – creating adaptable, forward thinking and high performing organisations.