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IHSCM Development and Training Festival

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Time

Stream One

Stream Two

09:30am-10:05am
Closed
10:05am-11:05am
  • Best boss / worst boss assessment exercise
  • G.R.O.W – the coaching methodology to liberate and encourage followers
  • Practice G.R.O.W in teams of 3 (breakout)
  • How to give effective feedback – the onion model and EESC (example, effect, ssshhh, change / continue)
  • Practice EESC model in teams of 3 (breakout)
Led by Rachel Barber, Director, Living 4 Moments.
Rachel is profoundly deaf and has used her lived experiences to come up with solutions for individuals with hearing loss to engage effectively in many different settings. Rachel trains and advises employers on different techniques and technology available to increase access for employees and clients. This session will provide an understanding of the different levels of hearing loss. Their impact on day to day communication. How to communicate to people with hearing loss effectively.
10:05am-11:05am
  • Best boss / worst boss assessment exercise
  • G.R.O.W – the coaching methodology to liberate and encourage followers
  • Practice G.R.O.W in teams of 3 (breakout)
  • How to give effective feedback – the onion model and EESC (example, effect, ssshhh, change / continue)
  • Practice EESC model in teams of 3 (breakout)
Led by Dr Ivy Glavee, Innovative Dentist, NHS.
By attending this session, you will learn:
  1. How to manage self
  2. How to increase moral
  3. Understanding your team
11:05am-11:15am

Break

11:15am-12:00pm
Led by Tom Bell, Director and Lead Consultant, Cormetis Consulting
Participants will learn about the prevalence and impact of wilful blindness in organisations, and how to identify it in their own organisations, departments, and teams. They will understand the vital role of speaking up in addressing wilfully blind cultures. And they will acquire tools and techniques to help them understand the cultures they work in and learn how and when to speak up safely and when to move from speaking up, to standing out.
Led by Josephine Herd, Educational Practitioner.
You will some basic sign language during this session.
12:00pm-13:00pm
Facilitated by Jon Wilks, CEO, IHSCM and Adam Purnell, Director for Social Care, IHSCM. We will be joined by a guest panel:
  • Sue Jones, Director, Thoughts Become Things Care Consultancy.
  • Mindy Sawhney Co-Founder, Carestockroom.
  • Caroline Emmer de Albuquerque Green, Researcher & academic expert on human rights, older people and long-term care at King’s College London.
  • Paul Blane, Managing Director, SVL Care Homes.
  • Steph Thompson, MyHomeLife England.
  • Rachel Barber, Director, Living4Moments
Closed
13:00pm-13:10pm

Break

13:10pm-14:10pm
This is a facilitated discussion with Darren Chapman, Founder of Cyberscale Ltd. and Jon Wilks, CEO, IHSCM exploring the reasons for cyber security, adoption at home and in the workplace, and co-production of technologies.
Using our unique sensory experience to create the foundations of a story.
Led by Josephine Herd, Educational Practitioner.
 
 
Led by Emma Underwood, Training Officer, Opening Doors.
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
  1. Understand and be able to describe the most common LGBTQ+ identities.
  2. Feel more confident engaging with older LGBTQ+ people.
  3. Recognise some of the factors that may impact on an older LGBTQ+ person’s experience of health, social care or housing services.
  4. Be able to confidently engage and build trust with older LGBTQ+ people.
  5. Recognise the legal requirements and professional expectations upon their own practice to provide LGBTQ+ inclusive care and support for clients.
14:10pm-15:10pm
  • The mechanics of change & how to positively embrace – PBP (prize, belief, pressure – Dead Poets Society example)
  • Our Iceberg is melting – summary, review and discussion
  • How to develop a high performance plan – the temple of planning
  • Temple of Planning practice in teams of 3 (breakout)
Looking at how disability and inclusivity can positively impact our practice.
Led by Josephine Herd, Educational Practitioner.
Led by Sam Hussain, Founder and CEO, Log My Care.
The session will draw on recent research and explore employee wellbeing in the sector and the role of technology in boosting staff retention. By the end of the session you will know:
  1. The current sentiment of the social care workforce
  2. The role of technology in boosting wellbeing and staff retention
  3. Myth busting – dispelling common fear factors associated with digital adoption
  4. Simple digital solutions for a happier and healthier social care workforce.
15:10pm-15:20pm

Break

15:20pm-16:20pm
Led by Sue Jones, Director, Thoughts Become Things.
Evidence proves that by having a fully implemented induction process increases retention. This session will take you through a step-by-step structure from the employee’s first day to the end of the 12-week process. 
A round table discussion addressing::
  • Isolation/loneliness
  • Public Image and Support
  • Peer support and sharing knowledge
Facilitated by Adam Purnell, Director for Social Care, IHSCM. We will be joined by a guest panel:
  • Fiona Potter, HR Director, CareTech Group
  • Nigel Taylor, Head of Learning & Development, CareTech Group
  • Hayley Robertshaw, Director of Care and Development, St Martins Care Ltd
  • James McLoughlin, CCO, Thank and Praise Ltd (TAP)
  • Richard Kramer, Chief Executive, Sense and Sense International
  • Dr Minni Mishra, Educator
16:20pm-16:30pm

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