In addition to building the capability of organisation leaders, managers will be provided with tools
and skills enabling them to manage their administrative responsibilities. Through the performance
review process, managers will be provided with an individual and agreed learning plan to oversight
their professional development.
oPromoting a culture supportive of new and existing managers in performing their roles
oEncouraging peer support, group learning, and a community of practice between managers
oDeveloping a dedicated e-orientation program for new or promoted managers
oSupporting clinical staff in undertaking their managerial functions and responsibilities
oBuilding skills and confidence for managers in making informed decisions around their people and corporate responsibilities
Noteworthy workforce upgrade and modernisation in public sector is essential for the future provision, change and supportability and sustainability, of health care. To be effective in meeting the future difficulties and challenges, the District requires ability, capacity and capability in its workforce. Considerations for the workforce redesign are:
oImprovement in the efficiency through effective use of technology
oBy supporting the formation of the innovative health care workers’ roles
oImproved communication skills set to provide effective connection with other agencies, local government and community groups.
oExpending and extending the scope of practice exemplifies “skills escalator” by United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS). The concept of crossing professional boundaries have an ability to improve competencies of many health professions.