30 Sep 2021 Supporting the public sector in developing their people
Journey4 have been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s Management Consultancy Framework 3 (MCF3).
Journey4 have been awarded a place on Lot5 for the provision of objective advice on HR which may include identification of options with recommendations as well as implementation and delivery in the following areas of our expertise;
- Capability development
- Cultural transformation
- Dispute management
- Diversity and inclusion
- Employee relations
- HR functions, process, and design
- HR policy
- Organisational design and/or workforce planning
- Performance management
- Training and development
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. The MCF3 framework is a 4 year framework, which commenced this month and is open to all government, public sector, and arms lengths organisations.
“We are delighted to have been awarded a place on this prestigious framework, which recognises the depth and quality of our people services. Over the past 20 years Journey4 has helped to support the development of people for a wide range of public and private sector organisations. In complex service organisations your people are the key to delivering better outcomes for your customers. Our experience across government, local authorities, and the NHS allows us to work with you and develop your capability and embed change for the long term.” said Stuart Pearce, Framework Director at Journey4.
One of the key challenges organisations face as they emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic is to develop flexible workforce cultures that capture the benefits of hybrid working but mitigate against some of the difficulties and inherent inequalities that working from home has presented some in our society.
“We all have individual needs and there is no one-size fits all approach, so an inclusive flexible model, designed to meet the needs of your customers is the key to success. Managing employee relationships, developing adaptive leadership skills, and building trust in your organisation are just some of the areas we look forward to helping organisations with through this framework.” said Stuart Pearce.