Our ambition in North Cumbria is to create a population health and wellbeing system by having our community as part of the local leadership and delivery team. Helping us to achieve this is the Co-Production Toolkit, which identifies a number of principles for working together for us all to follow and use. There are also four key areas of skills which the toolkit explains - these are: improving self-awareness; holding a good conversation; managing change; and working in groups.
Knowledge Sharing Tools
Visit the North Cumbria Library and Knowledge Services' website for a selection of tools and techniques to help you learn, share and improve:
OGIM (Objectives, Goals, Initiatives, Metrics) can be used at all levels of an organisation to give structure to developing an annual plan that is linked and aligned to the organisational vision and strategies. It is visual and simple to understand.
Timelines are a useful tool for visualising the sequence of significant events over time, telling a story, explaining a process or identifying personal change over time.