RSH is a total lost cause. Years of mis- management and brushing problems and concerns under the carpet whenever you raised anything that they didn’t want to hear .Where would anyone start to try to unravel and tackle the mess caused by years and years of accepted and learned invidious behaviours . So glad I’m out of it , it was a complete relief to leave and I can honestly say I’ve never worked in an enviroment like it since thank goodness.
Boring job. Management poor and lack of training for management and staff, others look on you as low lifes.
Good leadership clinical and operational can leads to better patient care. There’s a clear difference when an organisation has a clear set of values and true investment in leadership that engages in reflective practice, which ultimately leads to better patient outcomes.
In layperson terms:
• START listening to your staff, stop judging on NHS banding and focus on ability. CARE for them, they are worth it.
• More training for leaders and managers; to many fail to understand what leadership and management actually is.
• START putting values into practice instead of it being useless and ignored corporate jargon. ‘We Value Respect’ is the most disregarded and contravened value in the Trust.
• Key Leaders need to actually leave their offices and engage more with their workforce.
• Address the unhealthy culture of bullying within the Trust.
Listen to staff, care for employees, stop crisis management. We need more beds not general managers saying no we don't then open wards when closed and staff dispersed. Happy to discuss in person my concerns.
As per the previous answer - more training for management. There are too many line managers with absolutely no people skills.
More training for management, work on people skills, treat long standing employees with more respect and appreciation.