What we will do with the results
The NDIS Commission is committed to responding to the results of the APS Census through a staff led approach to create impact and change. We want to generate staff conversations and commitment to a suite of initiatives that are iterative and take an approach of continuous improvement to drive the greatest uplift and improve the day-to-day experience of each colleague who works at the NDIS Commission, and their connection to their colleagues, their work, and the NDIS Commission’s purpose and impact.
Since the release of the report the following has occurred:
- analysis of results by the senior leadership to generate thinking on priority areas and opportunities and improvements that can be made over the next 12 months
- division/branch based team discussions to focus on specific areas' results and develop local actions
- establishment of a staff led working group consisting of members from across the NDIS Commission at various levels – the working group has identified three areas of priority focus (leadership, communication and wellbeing) and is developing a suite of initiatives for testing with staff prior to implementation.
A One Commission approach to implementation will be supported by regular check-in, monitoring and evaluation. Adjustment of initiatives will occur as needed to ensure we are on track and that initiatives are having an impact.