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

The NHS needs strong managers and leaders if it is to deliver effective patient care and deliver ambitious reforms urges Mike Petrook, head of public affairs, the Chartered Management Institute

The Institute of Leadership & Management’s David Pardey discusses what it means to be a good leader and the positive affect good leadership has on staff performance and wellbeing