We at #MatExp are very excited to be running a workshop at NHS Expo next month! If you’re going to the annual event, the biggest in the health and social care calendar, be sure to book a spot (places are limited!) – to find out how we made a change platform…by accident.
Our workshop is on Wednesday September 2, Pop Up University 6, at 10am.
As the NHS Expo website says,
Everyone at Expo is a change agent: keen to network, learn and share the ideas and innovations that will transform health and care services, now and for future generations.” and there surely can be no change agents more enthusiastic than those involved in #MatExp!
I won’t spoil the surprise for those able to attend by not sharing too much here, but here’s a taster of what you can expect…
MatExp breaks all the rules…while many change projects follow a prescribed, time honoured process (like the cathedral analogy), in #MatExp we are creative, making up the rules as we go along, noone in particular is ‘in charge’, there is so much going on, and there is something for everyone!
Talking of no one in particular being in charge, these images sum up our philosophy…
The strapline of our workshop title says we have no hierarchy, just (awesome!) people. This is what that means to us:
So, what are you waiting for?
Make the jump between where you are…and where you want to be by learning from #MatExp. The beauty of our accidental change platform is that our learning and actions can be applied to any specialty – it just requires an open mind and a bucket load of passion.
🍋Make the jump🍋 with us!🙋🏻 @KathEvans2 @NHSExpo @CreateTheRipple @FWmaternitykhft #MatExp 💜🌟💥🚀 10.00am 2/9 #Expo15NHS pic.twitter.com/5wB6JYAebH
— Gill Phillips (@WhoseShoes) August 16, 2015
I’m also SO looking forward to meeting up with #MatExp friends I’ve met before – Kath, Flo and Gill – as well as friends I’ve not yet met – Emma, Helen, Jenny, Liz, and many others!
If you’re not able to go to Expo but want to learn more about our session, fear not – I’ll be tweeting about it on the day and writing a post about it afterwards.