Many often ask what I mean when I say that the NHS needs to face up to the ‘leadership challenge’. It’s a question that I try to answer by referring to the wider context by painting a picture of the current situation the NHS finds itself, how leadership is key to delivering the change we need, and what I think good leadership looks like.
Last year when I commissioned the Tutu Foundation to do some work for Leadership for Equality, I have to admit that it was the Archbishop…
Having worked in the NHS for 34 years and seen and been through more changes than I can count on the digits of my hands and feet…
Last week I was lucky enough to go to the Institute of Health Improvement (IHI) Quality and Safety in Healthcare conference in Paris.
I’ve just returned from my holiday in Atlanta Georgia. I arrived in the US during the last week of black history month.
My team consists of seven people: three regional coordinators, three administrators and me. I am incredibly proud of the team.
Colleagues frequently tell me that having a programme specifically for BME staff is unfair.