People, Performance and Principles – our Co- operative Difference People / HR Forum – why another network ? Our Co-operative Difference – do we use it enough ? Co-operative experience – taking a co-operative lens to our people agenda External trends opportunities and challenges Co-operative challenge for HR / People professionals
Learn Share Network Secretary Business Develop- ment People / HR Account- ants
Co-operative Networks Sector and Business Networks Professional Networks
Voluntary and open membership – membership is open to everyone Democratic member control – all members have an equal voice in making policies and electing representatives Member economic participation – all profits are controlled democratically by members and for their benefit Autonomy and independence – co-operatives are always independent, even when they enter into agreements with the Government and other organisations Education, training and information – co-operatives educate and develop their members as well as their staff Co-operation amongst co-operatives – co-operatives work together with other co ‑ operatives to strengthen the co-operative movement as a whole Concern for community – co-operatives also work to improve and develop the community, both locally and internationally.
Principles Ownership Democracy Social Responsibility Sustainable
‘ To build a better world through co-operation’ ‘to promote, develop and unite co-operative enterprises’ Strategy to deliver vision and mission Annual Plan (key objectives and budget) Delivering the right things Setting the direction Team Plans Team Plans Team Plans Team Plans Team Plans Individual Objectives
Member Improvement Campaign for Co-operation Business Development Innovation Serve our members well - including through key events, guidance and governance and co- operative performance support - and set a new framework to grow our membership in the future Win positive influence on behalf of our members including work on public services, delivery of C14, plans for the International Year of Co- operatives, policies in a devolved context and wider co-operative education Secure a new 3 year agreement with Co- operative group and an investment in the capacity to deliver including a programme of action on organisation development and a strategic action plan on Holyoake House Consult on and start a new programme of co- operative innovation working with our members Key events Co-operative performance Advice Membership Model Working with member groups Co-operatives Fortnight 2011 International Year of Co-operatives 2012 mobilisation Public Service policy Campaigning Co-operative education New 3 year agreement with Co-operative Group Funding model for future 3 year agreements Organisation development plan Strategic Action Plan for Holyoake House Constitutional Review Co-operation in the Age of Google consultation Co-operative Innovation Learning transfer OUR WORK
Affordability Strategic objectives Organisation Design Role & Development Frameworks HR & Reward Frameworks People & Performance Man.
Economy Business Performance Employee Engagement Social change Brand Reputation