Cabinet Member for Learing and Employability
“As a council, we are changing. We have big ambitions for Staffordshire and a difficult budget to deliver, so we need to work in new, creative ways to help residents lead happy, healthy and prosperous lives. To do this, we need talented people with the right skills for the future, and leaders who can inspire and motivate their teams.
We want the county council to be a great place to work because a happy, productive workforce will have a positive impact on the lives of the people we serve in Staffordshire. Employees throughout the organisation have been involved in creating this ambitious new strategy, which sets out what we intend to do to support and develop our workforce over the months and years ahead. The same employees and leaders across the county council will now be charged with putting it into practice.”
Philip White, Cabinet Member for Learning and Employability
Reasons for the Decision – To consider the Council’s People Strategy which sets out the strategic approach to investing in the skills and aptitudes needed by its workforce in order for the council to successfully meet its ambitions for the future.
Decision – (a) That the evidenced based approach adopted in the development of the strategy be noted.
(b) That the strategy be approved.
(c) That the Year 1 priorities be endorsed and the implementation of the Plan be supported.