Change Management

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A half day workshop delivered by Herkofy Limited as part of our Programme on developing workforce professionals as effective change agents.

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* Please note this session is for HPMA members only**


To demystify the Organisation Development aspects of Change; learn models, approaches and best practice which you can apply in the NHS to create effective organisations.

Aim: To build confidence in developing and supporting change which will make a positive difference.


  • Explore what it means to be an effective change agent; skills, knowledge and behaviours
  • Raise awareness of useful change models than can be adapted to NHS workplace environments in creative and practical ways
  • Recognise how change can be viewed either as a predictable or complex phenomenon
  • Build confidence in managing reactions and resistance to change
  • Identify the key success factors, and barriers, to implementing sustainable change
  • Learn how to apply OD approaches to Change in your hospital/Trust

Outcome: Increase knowledge of how to approach and initiate impactful change, especially in light of the NHS People Plan. Raise confidence amongst delegates about the relevant skills and behaviours needed to face current challenges in the NHS and deliver sustainable change.

Target audience: Open to all Senior HR and OD professionals who are keen to refresh their knowledge of change and upskill.

Prework: None required


Anna E. Herko, Director of Herkofy Limited

Anna is an experienced designer of learning interventions and specialist in talent, leadership, organisation development and engagement; helping public and private sector clients enhance their business performance.

Anna has 20 years’ HR experience across a range of industries including energy, retail and finance. Her early career was in the NHS, then as an HR Generalist at BP, before taking on a succession of senior roles at Kingfisher Group, Lloyds Banking Group and Shop Direct.

In these positions she has designed and implemented cross-group Learning and Organisational Development Strategies which have involved extensive international work. She has introduced performance management, shaped vision and values, helped embed health and wellbeing, and equipped leaders with the essential knowledge, skills and self-awareness to successfully drive change.

Anna is an Appreciative Inquiry practitioner and accredited in various psychometric and team profiling tools linked to maximising human performance through diversity and inclusion.

Anna also has extensive expertise in designing workshops, programmes and conferences; for groups from 6 to 300.

Clients have included City & Guilds, National Nuclear Laboratory, John Lewis Partnership, NHS, Co-op and Legal & General.

Anna is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD, and has a Masters from Cambridge University, Queens’ College.

Areas of the CIPD profession map covered:

  • Culture and Behaviour
  • Change

Date: 19th November 2020

Location: Online

Time: 9:15 logon for 9:30 start, finish 13:00

There are 30 places on this event. We want to ensure that all member organisations have access to our events. If an event is overbooked and the maximum attendance has been reached from a particular trust, the events team may need to cancel any further places that are booked. The team will then email individuals who have booked after the maximum number has been reached. See our event booking policy

Zoom webinar – please ensure you have downloaded Zoom on to your computer in advance and can access Zoom webinars. We will send the joining instructions before the session. This can be done on most NHS computers/ laptops or personal devices.

As much of this session will involve participating in small break out groups, please only book on this session if you are reasonably confident that you can participate with the video on in break out groups.

Given the current context within which we are working, there will be no cancellation fee for this session. As you know, spaces on our events are limited, so if you can no longer participate in this event, please cancel your place at the earliest opportunity to allow someone from the waitlist to access the session.

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