Developing People Improving Care Framework aims to create five conditions to enable people to continuously improve care. One is to equip leaders to develop high quality local health and care systems in partnership, collaborating with partners across organisational, professional and geographical boundaries to build relationships and achieve shared system goals. The Regional Talent Board in the Midlands and East is an excellent example of this coming to fruition. Martin Hancock, national head of talent management at the NHS Leadership Academy, explores why.
Mike Chitty, head of Applied Leadership at the NHS Leadership Academy, shares how its leadership development intervention aims to help Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust improve performance and staff engagement.
An ambitious new programme of work is raising the bar for inclusion across NHS organisations. Tracie Jolliff, head of inclusion and systems leadership, explains how a new programme of work aims to raise the level of ambition on inclusion higher than ever before.
There’s a theory that innovation springs from embracing and valuing our differences, so why do we sometimes behave as though diversity of thought and experience is an unwelcome visitor? Tracie Jolliff explores the challenging equation between leadership and inclusion, and what we all need to do to get it to balance.