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Winners Showcase Event
Part of a series of events being held to celebrate World Quality Week: 7th - 11th November 2016
What makes a winner? Someone who never gives up, strives to be the best and makes the pursuit of excellence their main goal!
Come along to our Winners Showcase Event, during World Quality Week, at the Howden Park Centre, Livingstone, on 9th November where you will learn first hand from organisations that have recently won excellence awards at the Scottish Awards for Business Excellence 2016.
Speakers will focus on key aspects of their excellence journeys, providing advice and insights into how they are achieving success:
Graham Hope, CEO, West Lothian Council - overall winner of the 2016 Scottish Awards for Business Excellence 2016
Jim Forrest, Director, West Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership: Jim will show how the EFQM Excellence Model has enhanced and supported the integration process with a focus on partnerships and processes.
Robin Strang, CEO, Xcite: Our excellence journey to date using: The Leadership Development Programme; Quest and the EFQM Excellence Model. Why we chose these models and what they have done for us. How C2E and C2E Assessment have helped us, with practical examples of the difference it has made. The highs, lows and plans for the future.
Cath Denholm, Director of Strategy, NHS Health Scotland
In addition to networking opportunities at this event there will also be the chance for one to one clinics with our Quality Scotland Account Directors to identify how we can best help your organisation in your pursuit of excellence.
Who should attend
Individuals across all sectors responsible for continuous improvement and quality management within their organisation.
Feedback from previous Events
"I got plenty of ideas for how to get staff to engage with the vision and values of our organisation."
"Very worthwhile session - and I'm glad I made the effort to attend."
"The knowledge and passion of the speakers were fantastic and they were keen to talk equally about the things that had gone well and could have been better."