How can you not change when it only takes 15 seconds or less?
The NHS is in the news more than ever―transforming services, overhauling systems, and making large scale changes, service redesigns, system-wide integrations and program changes.
If you work in health and social care, it’s likely you’ve heard those terms before―and it can sound a bit daunting. These factors are important to improving the NHS―in fact, they’re vital to improvements―but where does one start?
We say, start small! And that means start with the little changes that make the biggest impact.
For example, take the social movement 15seconds, 30minutes (@15s30m). This movement empowers staff to undertake a 15-second task now which saves someone else 30 minutes or more, later.
This is one way to fight the burnout that is seen more and more in NHS workforce reviews―and with the current nursing deficit, this is something that simply can’t continue. Several people completing 15-second tasks in benevolent cycles helps reduce frustration and increase joy in work―something that we all have a right to.
TeleTracking is a great example where 15-second tasks have a huge benefit for patients, colleagues and yourself.
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An established leader in NHS Trusts and NHS regulatory organisations with over 12 years’ experience. Demonstrates personable, situational and inclusive leadership styles to deliver quality improvements in very challenged NHS environments. Award-winning expert of successful change management in health & social care. Follow Dan on Twitter: @DanWod