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4 hours ago, Dr. Grumpy said:

Was it even legal for people from different households to mix at that time?

That's a bloody good observation. We all know the civil servants and MHKs read this forum, so I hope this gets some attention. 

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2 minutes ago, Roger Mexico said:

But the strange thing is that if you look at her Linkedin it shows her previous employment ending in Jan 2020 and her starting a new job in Jan 2022:

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Which suggests that she wasn't on secondment despite what she claims.  Of course Human Resources seem completely unaware of what the situation is in any case.

You'll note she also doesn't mention her time with the IOM DHSC.  Funny that.

Yep, I saw that too.   But she is a 360 Leadership Academy Facilitator!

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15 minutes ago, Gladys said:

Yep, I saw that too.   But she is a 360 Leadership Academy Facilitator!

And yet strangely the 360 Feedback rather differed with her in their opinions of Dr Ranson:

607. Because of what Miss Magson said about Dr Ranson when misleading Mrs Cope and Mr Foster in October / November 2020, the Tribunal considered it appropriate to summarise how out of step was her viewpoint compared with those who had contributed to this 360 -Colleague Feedback Summary of March-June 2021. The anonymous responses were from:  One GP.  Six Hospital Doctors.  Three nurses.  One Manager.  Two “other clinical” and  Three non-clinical.

608. Dr Ranson’s highest score was 98%. The lowest was 72%. As to Peer Average involving ten categories of abilities for assessment, five results were over 80% with two over 90%. The few de minimis adverse comments were noted by the Tribunal but lost in the endless list of favourable observations. It would be disproportionate to recite the several pages of praise but here is a cross-section of comments summarising what Manx Care lost because of the message delivered by Miss Magson:

a) The best Medical Director I have ever seen.

b) Excellent understanding of change management.

c) Dr Ranson has exercised great integrity in very difficult circumstances. A less resilient person may have crumbled but she has remained a very credible clinician and accountable Medical Director.

d) Has worked above and beyond during Covid-19.

e) Despite facing many intensely difficult, if not overtly hostile situations over the past year, she has been able to maintain a good work/life balance and to delegate tasks when appropriate.

f) Very professional hard worker, respectful, malleable and easy-going.

g) In addition to excellent clinical skills, Dr Ranson has excellent management skills.

and so on all the way through z) to aa).  Of course we discovered recently that the latest staff survey of doctors had a rather different opinion of the current management.   

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49 minutes ago, buncha wankas said:

More like he hasn’t go a clue

As she was a CEO, she would have reported to him and he would have had to sign off on her employment.

 

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1 hour ago, cissolt said:

Good find Roger!  Although I am surprised that these issues have not been solved by Mrs Copes door being always open.

Well as I said above Cope does have some questions to answer, but it's also true that it takes time to eradicate such a deep-seated and long-standing culture.  How bad it was you can see from this in the Decision:

736. On 31st December 2021, almost 12 months later, Dr Ranson wrote to Mrs Cope hoping to get her to testify on her behalf in the Tribunal. At page Z426, Dr Ranson reminded Mrs Cope by email of a prior conversation early in 2021 and it made a number of pertinent points including this one regarding Ms Murray:

“You told me that you had never encountered behaviour as you witnessed for yourself from Angela Murray and you told me that you had 11 members of staff come and tell you about their treatment at the hands of Angela Murray and that was why you summarily dismissed her. There is a culture at Noble’s – which Kathryn was fully aware of – of bullying and threatening.”

Cope doesn't seem to have disputed any of this.  Of course it's made worse by other part of Manx government enabling it.  The way HR conspired with Magson to undermine Ranson was truly shocking and shows the whole department needs reform (even ignoring all their other incompetencies).

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1 hour ago, Roger Mexico said:

And yet strangely the 360 Feedback rather differed with her in their opinions of Dr Ranson:

607. Because of what Miss Magson said about Dr Ranson when misleading Mrs Cope and Mr Foster in October / November 2020, the Tribunal considered it appropriate to summarise how out of step was her viewpoint compared with those who had contributed to this 360 -Colleague Feedback Summary of March-June 2021. The anonymous responses were from:  One GP.  Six Hospital Doctors.  Three nurses.  One Manager.  Two “other clinical” and  Three non-clinical.

608. Dr Ranson’s highest score was 98%. The lowest was 72%. As to Peer Average involving ten categories of abilities for assessment, five results were over 80% with two over 90%. The few de minimis adverse comments were noted by the Tribunal but lost in the endless list of favourable observations. It would be disproportionate to recite the several pages of praise but here is a cross-section of comments summarising what Manx Care lost because of the message delivered by Miss Magson:

a) The best Medical Director I have ever seen.

b) Excellent understanding of change management.

c) Dr Ranson has exercised great integrity in very difficult circumstances. A less resilient person may have crumbled but she has remained a very credible clinician and accountable Medical Director.

d) Has worked above and beyond during Covid-19.

e) Despite facing many intensely difficult, if not overtly hostile situations over the past year, she has been able to maintain a good work/life balance and to delegate tasks when appropriate.

f) Very professional hard worker, respectful, malleable and easy-going.

g) In addition to excellent clinical skills, Dr Ranson has excellent management skills.

and so on all the way through z) to aa).  Of course we discovered recently that the latest staff survey of doctors had a rather different opinion of the current management.   

As I said on the other thread about MHKs needing to take action, it's ironic that somebody from off-island who is actually good at her job, competent and well-liked and respected by colleagues, is the one who gets binned!

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It’s usually the one in life who mirrors back to others their inadequacies and incompetence that gets picked on.

Its not irony - it’s just messed up human behaviour. 

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13 minutes ago, quilp said:

Gef provides a startling narrative of unmitigated arrogance and deceit...

Blocked!

https://gef.im/2022/05/12/blocked/

 

Unbelievable.

Reading through that, it's not Dr Ranson's  state of mind that needed worrying about...

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