Promoting a productive workplace

Danny Mortimer, chief executive of NHS Employers, looks at the role that employee morale has in creating a healthy NHS workplace

The six barriers to making leadership development in health a priority

The NHS Leadership Academy's Chris Lake explores some of the reasons why health leadership is in a poor condition

What makes a good leader within the NHS?

With the importance of NHS leaders growing, John Yates discusses leadership at all levels and why support to leaders is critical to success

Leadership is an everyday event

Jenny Clarke, midwife at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, shares her experience of the NHS Frontline Nursing and Midwifery programme

Keeping tabs on talent management

Michelle Fitzgerald-Shaw, from the the NHS Leadership Academy, explains why talent management is now more important than ever before

Combining leadership skill and management capability

Chris Lake explores why leadership and management are equally important – and why they can’t work in isolation.

Leadership development in the healthcare sector is changing. Christina Pond, executive director of core contracts and policy at Skills for Health, shares some NHS successes and explains best practice.

Recognising leadership in the work place

Recognising what good leadership looks like is just as important as having leadership in place, explains Nithya Kutty of the NHS Leadership Academy.

Alan Leaman and Michael Allen share insights on how healthcare trusts can benefit from bringing in outside experts to resolve financial issues and improve hospital governance

Jan Sobieraj of the NHS Leadership Academy talks about how effective leadership development can bring about much-needed cultural changes within the NHS, resulting in better patient care

The Prime Minister’s Challenge Fund aims to raise standards of patient access throughout the UK. Health Business looks at the current state of GP provision and ideas on how to improve it

Michael Boyd, healthcare sector head at business law firm DWF, discusses what Clause 119 of the Care Bill, dubbed the ‘hospital closure clause’ will mean for clinicians
and how the law in this are  has developed

In any hospital, leaders are required to make difficult calls. Pamela Milligan and Michael Moneypenny of the Scottish Clinical Simulation Centre offer a structured approach to aid
strategic decision-making

In order to promote positive behaviours and create a healthier climate, effective leadership 
for staff and patients of the healthcare system really matters – both now and in the future

High levels of patient care is still the ultimate aim of the NHS, and strong leadership training is vital if the organisation is to produce the world-class managers it needs to achieve this aim

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Event Diary

Health and Care Innovation Expo 2017 returns to Manchester Central on 11th and 12th September 2017.