Doreen Black is a matron at the Royal Wolverhampton Trust and won the award in the Top Leadership category at the 2018 Windrush Awards. In her latest blog, Doreen shares her story one year on and why she’s still passionate about inclusive leadership.
Continue reading ““Be the person your younger self would have needed.””
Julia Gray is a chartered accountant in NHS finance and recently completed the Edward Jenner programme. In her blog, Julia tells us how the programme has given her the skills to be the leader she wants to be.
Continue reading ““Developing leadership skills needs to be a priority for all of us regardless of our title or position.””
Abigail Beddow and Melissa Butler met on the Stepping Up programme in January 2019. In their joint blog, Abigail and Melissa share their personal leadership journey and how the programme has inspired them to create a healthcare system that is truly representative of the communities it serves.
Continue reading ““As future leaders we want to be an instrument for change towards inclusion and equality within the NHS – the Stepping Up programme has helped us to believe that we can!””
Cavita Chapman is a clinical advisor at Health Education England across Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Cavita completed the Ready Now programme in January 2018 and tells us how the programme has fueled her determination to make a difference to her organisation, colleagues and most importantly – to patients.
Continue reading ““The Ready Now programme tapped into the real me””
This article was originally published on the Health Service Journal (April 2019)
Continue reading “Six ways the Aspiring chief executive programme is helping our chief executives”
In this blog Stephen Hart explores how recent research from the NHS Leadership Academy has provided a rare opportunity to see the impact that chief executives developed through the Aspiring chief executive programme have on patients, staff and the systems they work in.