“Communities of Practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly.” Etienne Wenger
Our aspiration for the Midlands Community of Practice is to create a true community of talent practitioners who have strong relationships, shared ideas and collaborative working. This is a community for you and with you involved. Within the Community we aim to create a blueprint for great talent practice within the Midlands region and we need your voice, input and collaboration to make this a true inclusive process for all of our Midlands organisations.
What is it about?
We know that you value connection and conversation. We also know that you value problem solving together. So we have built this as our focus for the July Community. We will divide our time within 3 broad topics:
– Connecting, sharing and understanding what is happening across all our organisations – chance to hear, explore and collect ideas and contacts.
– Reflecting the wider system – how does our work connect into the system and what more can we do to support this?
– Problem solving – addressing two or three big questions that affect all of our work in the talent space and engaging in collective problem solving.
In the true spirit of this community and collaboration, please include other Talent management specialists in the community. This is a great time to be involved as we build our work together and take time and space away from the day job to think bigger and practically about talent.
Who can attend?
System and Organisation Talent Management Leads across the NHS in the Midlands.
How is it run?
This is a 120 minute virtual workshop over Zoom.
Is there a cost?
No, this has been funded by the Midlands Regional Talent Team.
Questions about this event?
Organiser : Faizah Mustafa