Leadership Academy

“It’s time to take inclusion off the ‘nice to have’ list”

Bobbie Petford is a regional trainee support manager for the Graduate Management Training Scheme. In her latest blog Bobbie asks […]

“Is it time to make our learning intersectional?”

Bobbie Petford is a regional trainee support manager for the Graduate Management Training Scheme. In her blog, Bobbie tells us […]

Tracie Joliff

“Speaking truth to power, we have some work to do on inclusion.”

This blog was originally published by the King’s Fund (August 2019). Tracie Jolliff, Director of Inclusion at the NHS Leadership […]

“When Bevan finished, I entered a period of grieving.”

Ian MacIntyre is head of digital at the NHS Leadership Academy and completed the Nye Bevan programme in September 2018. […]

“As a leader, you need to make sure you’re approachable by anyone at any level in any organisation.”

The #hellomynameis campaign was created by Dr. Kate Granger MBE, a registrar in elderly medicine who had terminal cancer, and her husband […]

“The programme made me feel like a superhero.”

Onika Patrick-Redhead, Adult and Specialist Directorate deputy admin manager at Cambridgeshire Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust, tells us how the Stepping […]

“You don’t need to be a manager to be a leader”

Daniel Gooding, staff nurse at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Hospital discusses how the Edward Jenner programme helped him to develop […]

“Be the person your younger self would have needed.”

Doreen Black is a matron at the Royal Wolverhampton Trust and won the award in the Top Leadership category at […]

“Developing leadership skills needs to be a priority for all of us regardless of our title or position.”

Julia Gray is a chartered accountant in NHS finance and recently completed the Edward Jenner programme. In her blog, Julia […]