Originally published by Rosanna Hunt – 9th July 2020
Help us to help you: NHS England and Improvement (NHSE&I) has been creating staff wellbeing services in response to staff need and feedback.
We are inviting people supporting NHS staff wellbeing to share their experiences during this time of uncertainty through SenseMaker, an online story collection tool.
At this week’s Wednesday virtual wellbeing session (8th July 2020) Em Wilkinson-Brice, Deputy Chief People Officer at NHSE&I emphasised that the national health and wellbeing offer is based on what is needed locally.
Part of the post-Covid recovery plan is how can we help workplaces become better places to work in – and we need more stories to truly understand what that means to you, as Sonya Wallbank also explained at this week’s session.
The stories we have collected already have told us a lot about both positive and negative workplace experiences.
You don’t need to have taken part in a Wednesday virtual wellbeing session to take part in this survey (although if you would like to catch up with them, all the recordings are available here) so your stories are important, especially as we move from weekly sessions to a monthly format supported by the Tribe community going forward.
Click here to provide your experience on our Sensemaker platform. It takes less than 10 minutes and you could win the opportunity of a 1-1 coaching session with one of the #Caring4NHSPeople wellbeing sessions’ expert speakers (details of sessions and speakers are available in the graphic below).
You can also find out more about Sensemaker in this short video.
I’ve used it. It was quick, straightforward, and thought-provoking!
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