WorkforceOne has brought together a team built on specialist senior expertise and innovative market leading delivery across a number of sectors, and we use this collective experience to help organisations independently review areas of concern or requiring continuous improvement direction.
Whether it is a root and branch review of your recruitment function or a examination of how you manage contracts of employment we will work with you to understand the reason for the review and the desired aims. We will draw on over 30 years experience of delivering review and assurance services to our clients to deliver an independent examination of the area or issue with meaningful outcomes that add value to your organisation.
This may include documentary table top reviews, interview programmes with key stakeholders or a combination of the both and will culminate in a set of recommendations or the development of a delivery/improvement roadmap.
In-depth, regular and externally facilitated developmental reviews of leadership and governance are good practice across all industries. Rather than assessing current performance, these reviews identify the areas of leadership and governance of organisations that would benefit from further targeted development work to secure and sustain future performance.
Our external input is vital to safeguard against the optimism bias and group think to which even the best organisations may be susceptible.
Our experienced team can offer insight, expertise and support at a senior level within your organisation.
Is there the leadership capacity and capability to deliver high quality sustainable service?
Is there clear vision and credible strategy to deliver high quality, sustainable services and robust plans to deliver?
Is there a culture of high quality sustainable service?
Are there clear responsibilities, roles and systems of accountability to support good governance and management?
Are there clear and effective processes for managing risks, issues and performance?
Is appropriate and accurate information being effectively processed, challenged and acted on?
Are the people who use the services, the public, staff and external partner engaged and involved to support high quality sustainable services?
Are there robust systems and processes for learning, continuous improvement and innovation?