Leadership Academy

“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!”

Abigail Beddow and Melissa Butler met on the Stepping Up programme in January 2019. In their joint blog, Abigail and

Cavita Chapman

“The Ready Now programme tapped into the real me”

Cavita Chapman is a clinical advisor at Health Education England across Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Cavita completed the Ready Now

Six ways the Aspiring chief executive programme is helping our chief executives

This article was originally published on the Health Service Journal (April 2019) In this blog Stephen Hart explores how recent

Deaf Awareness Week 2019

To mark this year’s Deaf Awareness Week (6 – 12 May 2019), Karl Roberts, senior programme lead for patient and

Tensions and expectations: what’s our real ask of trust chief executives?

This article was originally published on the Health Service Journal (March 2019) In light of an evaluation of the NHS

“In Regional Talent Boards, there’s a real sense of everyone uniting around a common cause.”

This article was originally published on the Health Service Journal (February 2019) Martin Hancock, director of talent management at the

Tulika Jha

“The Mary Seacole programme breaks you open and moulds you.”

Tulika Jha is a consultant psychiatrist at Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust. In this blog, Tulika discusses how the Mary Seacole

Tracie Joliff

Leaders cannot claim to be compassionate if they’re not inclusive

This article was originally published on the Health Service Journal (February 2019) Tracie Jolliff, director of inclusion at the NHS

It’s getting personal

In this blog Catherine Wilton, who is currently on secondment with the NHS Leadership Academy and NHS Horizons, looks at