Posted on by Tracie Jolliff
Tracie Jolliff, director of inclusion at the NHS Leadership Academy, discusses the importance of securing diverse talent to create a more inclusive NHS culuture.
Posted on by Rachel Hill
Evidence shows that compassionate leadership leads to improved staff engagement, which in turn results in better patient care. Patient Tommy Hill is eight years old and doesn’t have a diagnosis, but he has developmental delay of his gross motor skills. In her blog, Rachel Hill – Tommy’s mum – shares her most recent experience of one of his appointments, and how a more compassionate approach could have benefited Tommy and his family.
Posted on and updated on by Yasmine Soobhany
Yasmine Soobhany, data quality support manager at the North Middlesex University Hospital, began the six month Mary Seacole programme in May 2018. She shares her early experience of the programme and changes she has noticed in her latest blog.
Posted on and updated on by Stephen Hart
The Academy works in collaboration with partners across the NHS to achieve its purpose of ensuring that “the NHS has the right number of leaders with the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours that are required to deliver high quality services, improve health outcomes and continually improve patient care.” The recent publication of Leadership vacancies in the NHS from The Kings Fund and NHS Providers has highlighted that its services are more vital than ever.
Posted on and updated on by Alan Nobbs
After 16 years of nursing, Alan Nobbs had reached a crossroads in his career where he could either move into general management or pursue nursing management. In his second blog of a series, Alan reflects on his decision to move into a more strategic nursing role, and the apprehension that followed.