Move over Martin Clunes, there’s a new king of the voice-overs, as our HR Advisor Paul Casson is the man to tell us all about The Cupboard, CHFT's new Organisational Development* Strategy.
The Cupboard is a new website with lots of visuals and links to useful information, and, importantly for busy colleagues, it has everything in one place for the first time, with everything they need to know about their contribution to delivering compassionate care.
For example, you can find out from our brand new Engagement Calendar all about upcoming events and campaigns here at CHFT, all the latest on how we're promoting equality, diversity & inclusion as a Trust, find out our talent management programme. and more!
Paul volunteered to be the voice in our animation explaining what The Cupboard is all about, after a call for volunteers from the workforce team to get involved. So visit thecupboard.cht.nhs.uk to hear him in action and take a look around (it might take a few seconds for the animation to start).
Paul, said: "The Cupboard is bang up-to-date, online and interactive. We know we deliver great patient care, but we want to care for each other too and this strategy has been stocked up with some great feedback from colleagues via the staff survey, Investors in People and tea trolley rounds (see the map in the cupboard!).
"The cupboard is bright, fun and interactive and colleagues should find it easy to read and accessible – not like in the days of old where strategies sat on a management office shelf collecting dust!
"So open the Cupboard door... and get yourself cooking!"
* Organisational Development is simply about having competent, confident people delivering our goals. Compassionate care isn’t just about our patients, it’s about us too and we think it's best summed up as One Culture of Care.
*The Cupboard shares links to our staff intranet – so please bear that in mind if you open it outside of work.