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100% Trust – if NHS doctors can achieve it then it must be the goal for all professions and corporate leaders

After checking in this morning, at the NHS community practice where I had an appointment with my GP, I found myself looking at this banner; informing me that the practice was thanking its patients for voting it as the No.1 … Continue reading

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The 9th Pillar – Performance culture has to connect value to values

Yesterday two NHS nurses were struck off the UK nursing register for bringing their profession into serious disrepute.  One of the features of this case was the falsifying of records so that ‘performance targets’ could be met.  The NHS has … Continue reading

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‘Time to compromise’ (TTC): a very telling HR metric

Back in the 1980’s, before a slew of new UK employment legislation really took hold, life in HR was much simpler. Industrial tribunals, set up for very good reasons to provide workers with protection against unfair dismissal, were never meant … Continue reading

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