Our five year strategy
Living our values to improve health and lives - our five year strategy for 2018 – 2023
In 2016 our staff, service users, members and partners were invited to re-imagine our future and refresh our strategy as part of the Your Voice Counts campaign.
We are now pleased to present our five year strategy: Living our values to improve health and lives 2018 – 2023.
This strategy was approved by the Trust Board on 30 November and aims to set out:
- our strong ambition for our future
- the difference we want to make to the lives of people who use our services
- how we will support and develop our staff
- our values – which we feel are integral to how we go about our business – read more about them on our values and behaviours page
We’ve produced a strategy on a page which sets this out in a simple way.
|Improving health, improving lives||To provide outstanding mental health and learning disability services as an employer of choice.||We support our service users and carers, our staff and the communities we serve to live healthy and fulfilling lives.
We want to achieve our personal and professional
|We have integrity
We treat everyone with respect and dignity, honour our commitments and do our best for our service users and colleagues.
|We keep it simple
We make it easy for the communities we serve and the people who work here to achieve their goals.
|We are caring
We always show empathy and support those in need.
Our strategic objectives and priorities
|We deliver great care that is high quality and improves lives.||We provide a rewarding and supportive place to work.||We use our resources to deliver effective and sustainable services.|
Delivery on this strategy is the responsibility of the Trust Board. To turn this into action we are developing a set of strategic plans which provide detailed information about how we will achieve our ambitions over the next five years.
The plans are listed below and each has an executive director lead. Each year we will set our annual actions to keep us on track with our strategic plans. The Board and Council of Governors will receive regular reports on the progress we are making and importantly, the impact this is having for service users, carers and staff.
The following plans have been approved by the Board. We’re now in the process of refining the priorities we’ve set ourselves and the timescales for delivery.
|Strategic plan||Lead executive director||Download below|
|Clinical services||Chief Operating Officer|
|Workforce and Organisational Development||Director of Workforce Development|
|Quality Strategic Plan||Director of Nursing|
|Strategic Estates Plan||Director of Finance|
|Strategic Health Informatics Plan||Director of Finance|
’LYPFT has had partnership agreements in various forms with a range of organisations to deliver services for some time. The Leeds Mental Health Framework (2014-17) set out the need to increase the amount of integrated partnership working to deliver better seamless services. The Trust strategy, clearly outlines the benefits and the expectation that we will work collaboratively with partners to improve the health and well-being of the populations we work with.