Presentation on theme: "Heads Up January 2014 Update for the NHS Yorkshire and Humber Regional Leadership Council."— Presentation transcript:
Heads Up January 2014 Update for the NHS Yorkshire and Humber Regional Leadership Council
Regional News Health Coaching 11th March Barnsley This is a one day conference focussing on approaches that enable coaching conversations between patients and health professionals. This is an important new coaching discipline in coaching as well as in Organisational Development. I would be grateful if you would promote this event with senior leaders / clinicians and coaches with an interest in transforming the relationship between patients and health services. For further information please contact You can also connect with us on Twitter https://twitter.com/NHS_Coachi ng Health Coaching In between the regular learning sets we have set up for the Innov8 Charter, we have set up the first of regular conference calls to keep activity and learning moving along. We have also created the first monthly update that has 3 aims, as a: short easy reader about key developments, learning points, decisions, activities etc. coming out of the Charter work – so no need for formal minutes and a way to track progress single point of reference about research, articles, news, insights etc. relevant to Innov8 – so no trawling through s, folders to find things space where E&D leads, different leaders, others connected, supported or funded by Innov8 to contribute their experience and knowledge to our work in a way that also increases their profile as activist and leaders A copy is attached Amanda Allen has now joined the team permanently as Project Co-ordinator for the Coaching, Mentoring and OD workstreams. She has been working with us since June on a temporary basis and we are delighted to welcome her in. We are saying goodbye however to Sophia Khan who has contributed significantly to the GMTS and Diverse talent agenda over the last year – she leaves on 7 February; and Jo Valentine who leaves the team in March Innov8 Charter Update Team Changes
National News New Fast Track Programme launched through national press. The programme starts on 2 June 2014, the NHS Leadership Academy’s Fast-Track Executive Programme is designed to develop senior leaders who can create positive change within the NHS: overcoming high-profile challenges, driving-forward exceptional care, and engineering the organisation into a bright, successful future.NHS Leadership Academy’s Fast-Track Executive Programme To join this unique 10-month programme, we’re seeking high-level clinicians from the NHS and NHS- funded organisations. The programme includes intensive training and development, placements in the UK, and healthcare leadership experiences overseas.10-month programmehigh-level clinicians Edward Jenner the entry-level leadership programme is continuing to be popular with upwards of 20,000 people registered. This on-line, free access, flexible learning gives a fantastic grounding in many of the leadership competencies. The very first participant to complete the programme, Katharine Wells (from Sheffield HSC NHS Trust) was presented with her Leadership Award certificate by Jan Sobieraj, Managing Director of the NHS Leadership Academy. Picture and full story at: development/core-programmes/http://yh.hee.nhs.uk/leadership-and-organisational- development/core-programmes/ Mary Seacole (Post Grad Certificate Level) Leadership Programme Intake 2 closed officially on Friday 10 th January and nationally there have been 1253 applications completed; Yorkshire and the Humber had over 75 completed applications. Take-up of places has been limited and quite slow however more marketing will be done for Intake 3 in March. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (Masters Level) Leadership Programme – All the Reserves from the 1 st Intake were offered a place in Intake 2. All places were funded by HEYH and around 48 have accepted to start in April. Nye Bevan (sub-Board Level) Leadership Programme – The second intake of the Bevan programme, like the Anderson programme, was made up from the reserves of the first intake, funded by HEYH and all have gone forward to start in March/April.