Leadership Inclusion Project
The NHS Leadership Academy have established a Leadership Inclusion Project, in partnership with local Leadership Academies.
If you ran the NHS, how would it be more inclusive? Turn your good ideas into action!
Initially, the project has scoped:
“the development of interventions that promote both diverse and inclusive leadership of the NHS and a diverse and inclusive NHS, its workforce, service offers and models of care.”
The project seeks the insights, expertise and first-hand experience of as many people as possible, and held a series of half-day open events to help achieve this. Stage A was an accelerated learning event held in Leeds and London March 2016, an intensive session to learn as much as possible from all those involved on the day about what is needed, what is or could work to achieve tangible change, what is the difference that will make the difference. Stage B was an engagement, sense-checking and sign off event held in Leeds and London later the same month; a more reflective session to critique, refine and sense check what has come from Stage A.
All professions are welcome to be involved in this project, for example: staff groups, patient groups, staff-side reps, Bands 1-9, Public Health colleagues, Allied Health Professionals, administrators, scientists, doctors, nurses, managers, students, apprentices, staff network members, directors, non-executive directors, chief executives, receptionists.
Further updates will follow as the project progresses. If you require any further information, please contact Lynda Lowe or telephone 0161 625 7397.
This Page was last updated on: 30 March 2016