Friday, 7th October 2021
BON SECOURS | AWARDS DINNER
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The Bon Secours Health System Staff Recognition Awards will be held on Friday October 7th 2022.

The evening starts at 6:00pm with a drinks reception and finishes at 12:30am. Don’t forget to bring those dancing shoes. Dress for the event is ‘smart’ (lounge suits – not black tie) and cocktail wear.

The Awards Dinner provides the perfect opportunity to informally meet and network with colleagues driving improvements in patient safety, patient care and service quality across Bon Secours Health System and have a good night out !

It is an occasion to celebrate and acknowledge our fantastic staff, as they live our Mission and Values, ultimately delivering our 2025 Plan.

OUR 5  GOALS

1) Exceptional People, 2) Exceptional Care, 3) Operational Excellence, 4) Sustainable Growth, 5) Living Our Mission

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“Exceptional People delivering Exceptional Care and Operational Excellence achieving Sustainable Growth whilst Living our Mission”

AWARD CATEGORIES

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Medline Bon Secours Awards sponsor

The Bon Secours Award for Excellence in Coaching, Mentoring, Education and Training will be presented in recognition of outstanding coaching/mentoring/teaching in the hospital group. Consideration will be given to those nominees who have demonstrated outstanding coaching/teaching prowess and who have served as role models and mentors to any members of staff.

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RDJ-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsor

Excellence in leadership is defined as displaying a leadership approach that creates valuable and positive change within employees and the organisation as a whole.

An excellent leader is one who embodies our mission and values, who creates a vision for the organisation and then inspires staff to achieve that vision by being a role model, motivating and encouraging employees while challenging them to take greater ownership for their work. A great leader will understand the strengths of their colleagues so they can align them with the activities and tasks which optimise their performance for the greater good of the organisation.

So what are some typical signs of an excellent leader?
Excellent leaders are generally energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate. Not only are these leaders concerned and involved in the process; they are also focused on helping every member of the group succeed as well.

Groups led by this type of leader tend to be both successful and loyal. They give a lot to the team and care deeply about the group’s ability to accomplish its goals. Turnover tends to be quite low as leaders are able to inspire a great deal of commitment in their followers.

Note: An employee does not have to be in a management role to display Excellence in Leadership. It can be an employee who displayed such qualities in leading out on a project or motivating staff in a positive way to influence change.

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Janssen-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Exceptional Patient Experience Award will be given to either one individual or the team who demonstrates the finer ideals of caring through extraordinary service to patients, families, physicians and co-workers.  The awards recognises either a staff or team who exhibit a deep understanding and compassion for people, promotes cohesive teamwork and goes above and beyond the expectations of their assigned role. The project must clearly demonstrate how it delivers the “Exceptional Patient Experience”.

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Novartis-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Innovation – Clinical Area Award will be given to an individual or team in a clinical area who demonstrates an innovative way of thinking. The award recognises the efforts of a new or improved process, programme or initiative with a demonstrated improvement in patient care, quality, service, financial operations and/or safety. The results must be measurable and show positive outcomes. Either an individual or a team may be nominated for this award. A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work-unit based, but within a clinical area. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designate as Team Leader.

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Accuscience-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsor

The Innovation – Non-Clinical Area Award will be given to an individual or team in a nonclinical area who demonstrates an innovative way of thinking. The award recognises the efforts of a new or improved process, programme or initiative with a demonstrated improvement in quality, service, financial operations and/or safety. The results must be measurable and show positive outcomes. Either an individual or a team may be nominated for this award. A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work unit based, but within a non-clinical area. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designate as Team Leader.

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softworks-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsor

The Outstanding Team Initiative Award will be given to a team whose efforts are supporting one or more of the 5 goals of the 2025 Plan: 1) Exceptional People 2) Exceptional Care 3) Operational Excellence 4) Sustainable Growth and 5) Living Our Mission . This team must have collaborated towards a common goal and contributed to the success of the organisation. The team must consist of at least three members including the team leader and can consist of members working in the same or different disciplines, e.g. Nurses, HCAs, Doctors, Support Staff, Health and Social Care Professionals, Administrative staff , , etc. A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work-unit based. One person on the team must be designated as Team Leader. This could be either clinical or a back office Team e.g. Finance, Bookings or Admin.

Proudly Sponsored by

Fannin-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Quality Improvement Award will be given to an individual or team whose efforts supported the Bon Secours Group goals of quality. This individual / team must have collaborated towards a common quality improvement goal and contributed to the success of the organisation. The award recognises a person or team whose quality improvement has improved patient / staff safety; patient care and experience; or quality of service in line with Goal 2 of the 2025 plan, Exceptional Care. Either an individual or a team may be nominated for this award.

Proudly Sponsored by

PEI-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe ‘Green Award’ will be given to an individual or team whose efforts support the Bon Secours Health System desire to create a culture of sustainability. This category aims to award outstanding achievement to an individual or team, that can provide evidence that it has set up or has made alterations to operations/structures within their remit, that have a positive environmental impact. The award is clearly judged on the benefit it adds to a hospital or Health System environmentally. The project should show that it has raised Environmental Awareness and Environmental Responsibility. Evidence of the Financial impact of changes made should also be detailed.
A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be a cross functional or work-unit based. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designated as Team Leader

Proudly Sponsored by

IRISHLIFE-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Unsung Hero Award will be given to one individual who demonstrates exceptional service in how they live the values of BSHS, going above and beyond the normal expectations placed upon them to either ensure patient safety, patient satisfaction or the delivery of a particular corporate objective.
The Award will be given to the individual staff member who is deemed to provide a consistently high quality service and who demonstrates the following:
 Commitment to the Values and Mission of BSHS;
 Displays effort and dedication over and above the call of duty;
 Strives to improve performance in their area of responsibility;
 Goes the extra mile in helping patients, visitors and colleagues;
 Portrays a positive ‘can do’ attitude;
 Acts as a positive representative of the hospital at all times;
 Communicates effectively and is caring and professional at all times.

Note: The Management Team on each site will decide from all the nominees submitted locally who the overall winner is for their site. The 7 site winners will then go forward to the Awards event and a decision will be made by the Judging panel on the overall winner for the Bon Secours Health System.

Proudly Sponsored by

ARAMARK-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThis Special Covid award will be given to an individual or team whose efforts went above and beyond and greatly supported the Bon Secours in the critical response to Covid. While it is recognised that all our staff put in a phenomenal effort in their on-going responses to Covid, this award is directed at those who responded to the Covid crisis in an exceptional way, over and above their expected role and responsibilities, truly embodying our mission and values.
A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work-unit based. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designated as Team Leader.

AWARD CATEGORIES

Proudly Sponsored by 

Medline Bon Secours Awards sponsor

The Bon Secours Award for Excellence in Coaching, Mentoring, Education and Training will be presented in recognition of outstanding coaching/mentoring/teaching in the hospital group. Consideration will be given to those nominees who have demonstrated outstanding coaching/teaching prowess and who have served as role models and mentors to any members of staff.

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Proudly Sponsored by 

RDJ-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsor

Excellence in leadership is defined as displaying a leadership approach that creates valuable and positive change within employees and the organisation as a whole.

An excellent leader is one who embodies our mission and values, who creates a vision for the organisation and then inspires staff to achieve that vision by being a role model, motivating and encouraging employees while challenging them to take greater ownership for their work. A great leader will understand the strengths of their colleagues so they can align them with the activities and tasks which optimise their performance for the greater good of the organisation.

So what are some typical signs of an excellent leader?
Excellent leaders are generally energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate. Not only are these leaders concerned and involved in the process; they are also focused on helping every member of the group succeed as well.

Groups led by this type of leader tend to be both successful and loyal. They give a lot to the team and care deeply about the group’s ability to accomplish its goals. Turnover tends to be quite low as leaders are able to inspire a great deal of commitment in their followers.

Note: An employee does not have to be in a management role to display Excellence in Leadership. It can be an employee who displayed such qualities in leading out on a project or motivating staff in a positive way to influence change.

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Proudly Sponsored by 

Janssen-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Exceptional Patient Experience Award will be given to either one individual or the team who demonstrates the finer ideals of caring through extraordinary service to patients, families, physicians and co-workers.  The awards recognises either a staff or team who exhibit a deep understanding and compassion for people, promotes cohesive teamwork and goes above and beyond the expectations of their assigned role. The project must clearly demonstrate how it delivers the “Exceptional Patient Experience”.

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Proudly Sponsored by

Novartis-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Innovation – Clinical Area Award will be given to an individual or team in a clinical area who demonstrates an innovative way of thinking. The award recognises the efforts of a new or improved process, programme or initiative with a demonstrated improvement in patient care, quality, service, financial operations and/or safety. The results must be measurable and show positive outcomes. Either an individual or a team may be nominated for this award. A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work-unit based, but within a clinical area. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designate as Team Leader.

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Proudly Sponsored by 

Accuscience-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsor

The Innovation – Non-Clinical Area Award will be given to an individual or team in a nonclinical area who demonstrates an innovative way of thinking. The award recognises the efforts of a new or improved process, programme or initiative with a demonstrated improvement in quality, service, financial operations and/or safety. The results must be measurable and show positive outcomes. Either an individual or a team may be nominated for this award. A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work unit based, but within a non-clinical area. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designate as Team Leader.

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Proudly Sponsored by

softworks-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsor

The Outstanding Team Initiative Award will be given to a team whose efforts are supporting one or more of the 5 goals of the 2025 Plan: 1) Exceptional People 2) Exceptional Care 3) Operational Excellence 4) Sustainable Growth and 5) Living Our Mission . This team must have collaborated towards a common goal and contributed to the success of the organisation. The team must consist of at least three members including the team leader and can consist of members working in the same or different disciplines, e.g. Nurses, HCAs, Doctors, Support Staff, Health and Social Care Professionals, Administrative staff , , etc. A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work-unit based. One person on the team must be designated as Team Leader. This could be either clinical or a back office Team e.g. Finance, Bookings or Admin.

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Proudly Sponsored by

Fannin-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Quality Improvement Award will be given to an individual or team whose efforts supported the Bon Secours Group goals of quality. This individual / team must have collaborated towards a common quality improvement goal and contributed to the success of the organisation. The award recognises a person or team whose quality improvement has improved patient / staff safety; patient care and experience; or quality of service in line with Goal 2 of the 2025 plan, Exceptional Care. Either an individual or a team may be nominated for this award.

DOWNLOAD FORM

Proudly Sponsored by

PEI-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe ‘Green Award’ will be given to an individual or team whose efforts support the Bon Secours Health System desire to create a culture of sustainability. This category aims to award outstanding achievement to an individual or team, that can provide evidence that it has set up or has made alterations to operations/structures within their remit, that have a positive environmental impact. The award is clearly judged on the benefit it adds to a hospital or Health System environmentally. The project should show that it has raised Environmental Awareness and Environmental Responsibility. Evidence of the Financial impact of changes made should also be detailed.
A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be a cross functional or work-unit based. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designated as Team Leader

DOWNLOAD FORM

Proudly Sponsored by

IRISHLIFE-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThe Unsung Hero Award will be given to one individual who demonstrates exceptional service in how they live the values of BSHS, going above and beyond the normal expectations placed upon them to either ensure patient safety, patient satisfaction or the delivery of a particular corporate objective.
The Award will be given to the individual staff member who is deemed to provide a consistently high quality service and who demonstrates the following:
 Commitment to the Values and Mission of BSHS;
 Displays effort and dedication over and above the call of duty;
 Strives to improve performance in their area of responsibility;
 Goes the extra mile in helping patients, visitors and colleagues;
 Portrays a positive ‘can do’ attitude;
 Acts as a positive representative of the hospital at all times;
 Communicates effectively and is caring and professional at all times.

Note: The Management Team on each site will decide from all the nominees submitted locally who the overall winner is for their site. The 7 site winners will then go forward to the Awards event and a decision will be made by the Judging panel on the overall winner for the Bon Secours Health System.

DOWNLOAD FORM

Proudly Sponsored by

ARAMARK-Bon-Secours-Awards-2022-sponsorThis Special Covid award will be given to an individual or team whose efforts went above and beyond and greatly supported the Bon Secours in the critical response to Covid. While it is recognised that all our staff put in a phenomenal effort in their on-going responses to Covid, this award is directed at those who responded to the Covid crisis in an exceptional way, over and above their expected role and responsibilities, truly embodying our mission and values.
A team is comprised of three or more team members, including the Team Leader and can be cross functional or work-unit based. If nominating a team, one person on the team must be designated as Team Leader.

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SUBMIT NOMINATIONS

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Please note only forms downloaded from this site for each category will be accepted for submission. They can be downloaded from the individual categories that are listed above this section of the website. Click on the download button to get a copy of the form in Word format. Fill in the form and submit it here.

CLOSING DATE FOR NOMINATIONS IS

Wednesday 17th of August 2022

AT 11.59pm

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THE JUDGES

TANYA KING
TANYA KINGCEO - Peamount Healthcare

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Prof. DENIS HARKIN
Prof. DENIS HARKINMB MD FRCS FEBVS Consultant Vascular Surgeon Professor and Chair of Medical Professionalism, RCSI

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JIM DALY
JIM DALYCEO, Private Hospitals Association

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CAOIMHE DE BARRA
CAOIMHE DE BARRACEO, Trócaire

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MARK DONOHUE
MARK DONOHUEDigital Innovation Lab Lead & Strategic Market Access Manager, Novartis Biome

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THE VENUE

Killashee Hotel, Kilcullen Rd, Killashee, Naas, Co. Kildare, W91 DC98

Accommodation: Phone: 045 879277 | https://www.killasheehotel.com/

ABOUT US

The Staff Awards Scheme is one of the key priorities of Bon Secours Health System for 2022 and is an essential component of the strategic development of the group.

As a key part of our Staff Engagement and Recognition strategy, the Staff Recognition and Awards Ceremony provides an opportunity to celebrate and ‘showcase’ the great work being done by our ‘Exceptional People’ through individuals and teams across all hospitals and sites of the Bon Secours Health System. This initiative is very much aligned to our People Strategy and our 2025 Plan, whereby ‘Exceptional People’ are placed at the heart of our strategy, as we continue to strengthen our position as an Employer of Choice.

‘Exceptional Care’ is delivered through ‘Exceptional People’ and ultimately our staff define our organisation and are key to its enduring success. This Ceremony provides us with an ideal opportunity to recognise this contribution and celebrate the excellent work being done by staff and consultants.

The awards will be open to staff and Consultants, in all sites across the Group and will be supported by a clear and transparent process, which will be independently judged. The staff recognition awards  will culminate in an Awards Ceremony, which after a delay due to the pandemic, will be much appreciated and anticipated across the group.

The Bon Secours Health System Staff Recognition Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday 7th October 2022.

The evening starts at 6:00pm with a drinks reception and finishes at 12:30am. Don’t forget to bring those dancing shoes. Dress for the event is ‘smart’ (lounge suits  – not black tie) and cocktail wear.

The Awards Dinner provides the perfect opportunity to informally meet and network with colleagues driving improvements in patient safety, patient care and service quality across Bon Secours Health System and have a good night out!

Discounted rooms will be available for those staff who want to stay over at Killashee Hotel.

Robbie Whelan

Commercial Manager
robbie@investnet.ie
Ph: +353 (0)86 603 6525

David Neville

Director
david@investnet.ie
Ph: +353 (0)87 6739 726