We were delighted to host the Regional Leadership Recognition Awards for Yorkshire and the Humber at a special event on 25 November at the Marriott Hotel in Leeds.Read more
The nine categories were:
- Leading for Improvement and Innovation
- Leading and Developing People
- Inspirational Leader
- Leading Systems Transformation
- Team Outstanding Achievement - non-clinical
- Team Outstanding Achievement - clinical
- Excellence in Patient Experience
- Emerging Leader
- Inclusive Leader
Please visit our dedicated Awards page here to read about each category in detail, and the criteria we looked for in a winning nomination.
Anyone who works for the NHS or provides government-funded care, at any level, could be nominated for an Award. One person, people working together or a team could be nominated. See our Frequently Asked Questions handout below for more information.
About the Leadership Summit and Regional Leadership Recognition Awards Celebration Event
We would be delighted if you could join us for this welcome opportunity to connect with 200 Health and Social Care colleagues across our region, be inspired by new and emerging leadership talent, and learn from and with each other about leading in turbulent times.
We are looking forward to hearing from Chief Inspector Umer Khan, Greater Manchester Police delivering the keynote speech, plus a lively debate with questions from our audience to the 'Expert Leaders' Q&A Panel, chaired by Louise Barnett, Chief Executive of the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust and Chair of the Regional Leadership Council with guest panelists from across health and care in our region.
The day includes learning and development sessions for you to take part in on a variety of leadership themes which you can take back in to your workplace to apply. Joining us to run these breakout sessions are:
John Deffenbaugh: Governance in the World of STPs
A director of Frontline, and business strategist, developer of leaders, executive coach and non-executive director, John has over 30 years’ health care and business expertise, from having both worked in and consulted with the NHS, private sector and health care businesses in the UK, Egypt and US. John combines this hands-on experience with insight of the changing environment within which public policy and business strategy are developed and implemented.
Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust Organisation Development team: Changing Culture and Engaging Staff
The OD Team will share how they have significantly improved Staff Engagement, performance, moved away from a bullying culture and are beginning to create great leadership role modelling at HEY. There will be the opportunity for session participants to look at their own areas and work through how to improve, with the OD Team's guidance.
Paul Turner: Make Your People Before You Make Your Products: Leading and Managing Talent
Paul has held professorial positions at Universities in Birmingham, Cambridge and Nottingham, where he was the UK’s first Executive in Residence. His previous roles include President (EMEA) Convergys, Group HR Business Director LTSB, Vice President of the CIPD, a Director of BT and General Manager for Plessey in Europe and Asia Pacific. Paul has spoken at conferences around the world; was a judge on the Middle East, European HR Excellence and the CIPD People Management Awards; and is the author or co- author of Meaning at Work- Employee Engagement in Europe (2012),Talent Management in Europe (2012), Workforce Planning (2010), The Admirable Company (2008), Talent (2007), Organisational Communication (2003) and HR Forecasting and Planning (2002). Paul’s new book, written with Danny Kalman is called ‘Make your people before you make your products’ and was published in 2014.
Dawn Jarvis, Turnaround Director at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: Leading in A Crisis
Dawn Jarvis, Internal Turnaround Director from Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with an internal Turnaround Team implemented turnaround programme after a huge financial misreporting issue to rapid recovery even when internal and external expectations were this would fail. By the Trust’s senior team “Leading in a Crisis” the organisation has got behind Turnaround and not only are the finances in a much better position but quality and performance has remained high and in some cases improved.
We look forward to seeing you on 8 December and celebrating great leadership with you!
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