What you can do and how you can join in
For Individuals –
You can spread the word and share stories of where you are finding organisations, places and people who follow these principles.
Keep in touch and let us know.
For organisations –
You are never too big or too small to join. There is a Give and Get deal, see below:
For organisations you get:
- The principles to talk about what it means to your organisation, use and share
- Your organisation’s name on a national Be Human register (reviewed every 12 months and highlighting what you are best at)
- An individual survey link to test and gauge the principles with your employees or/and customers/recipients of support. Followed by a private brief analysis of the survey and your highest “best at” principle on the public register. Our aim is to encourage and not shame so the full report will not made public.
- The best bit! The knowledge you are part and a pioneer in a great new public attitude venture.
For organisations you give:
- Your commitment signed at a senior level to aim to deliver these principles in the organisation
- The survey link provided to all your employees or/and recipients of support (can be either or both)
- Share as many stories as you are willing (with permissions) with the #BeHuman & #ShareThe Love tags
- Keep in touch and spread the word of the movement
- Whatever you can (financially) towards the costs of us administering the survey and movement. We are leaving costs open deliberately so smaller organisations are able to partake and larger organisations can help or sponsor on a greater level and/or have more analytical data and/or organisational developmental options on how to improve ratings of the principles in your organisation.
Need more support?
In order to shift to a culture that reaches these principles there is support In Control and its partners can bring or link to organisations to enable the shift to take place – products and offers such as:
a) All Together Better programme – massive success rate in shifting culture and making better relations and communication between citizen and state or corporate organisations to work together as partners in policymaking for the organisation.
b)Understanding the health and social care sector > for employees who are or may need to engage with the health and social care how best to understand their rights and how this relates to their work.
c) BE human review – a scope review on your current organisational culture > This could be as simple as a performance type review to a full on survey or mystery shopper type approach.
d) Leadership and Change Management programmes.
e) Resolution investigations, practice and recommendations – this would be where people get stuck in the most dire circumstances to have an independent person come in and unpick it to enable the situation to be resolved but as important to ensure lessons are learned and systems are changed to avoid such issues reoccurring.
f) Advice and mentoring – offering a range of advice to individuals receiving and/or working in organisations around all health and social care employee related issues. This can be an ongoing call line for employees for organisations.