Liaison Workforce expands business development team as it assists NHS organisations on their workforce transformation journeys in line with the interim NHS people plan
Liaison Workforce has appointed two new business development managers to assist with growing number of transformation partner programmes.
8 August 2019
Liaison Workforce, a leader in delivering workforce programmes to the NHS, has appointed two new business development managers to assist the business with its growing number of transformation partner programmes with NHS organisations in the UK.
Mike Sealy joins Liaison Workforce from Allocate with more than 13 years of working directly with the NHS as a technology consultant – focused on core workforce aspects ranging from consultant and SAS job planning, compliant junior doctor rota building, medical appraisals 360-degree multi-source feedback, revalidation, medical rostering and temporary staff management. He will act as Liaison Workforce’s Business Development Manager across the London and South-Central region.
He comments: “I am driven to make a difference to the NHS every day. I was attracted to Liaison Workforce because it remains one of the most admired health care partners after many years – continuing to save the NHS over £100million a year. That’s what I call making a difference.”
Mike continues: “Liaison Workforce is a true end-to-end technology partner that ensures NHS organisations can maximise their success on their journey to becoming workforce exemplars, and most importantly the success is measurable through actionable data across the entire workforce management spectrum.”
John Mitchell joins Liaison Workforce as Business Development Manager in the North West after a long career in healthcare and the NHS including more recently ResMed, focussing on the development of the complex working environments of NHS organisations. John will be driving greater awareness of Liaison Workforce’s knowledge and experience of partnering with the NHS in his region.
Liaison Workforce’s Business Development Director, Jack Mazzina comments: “A trusted partner to the NHS, Liaison Workforce provides scale, security and an ongoing investment in excellence, innovation and technology to support service delivery and improve the health economy and this includes investment in experts to deliver these partner programmes.”
Jack continues: “This is a really exciting time for Liaison Workforce with the expansion of the transformation programmes we can deliver. I’m looking forward to leveraging Mike and John’s extensive experience of working with the NHS to deliver advisory services that deliver measurable improvements in all areas of NHS workforce management.”