Presentation on theme: "The monthly round-up of regional leadership and organisation development news from Yorkshire & the Humber leadership and OD partners Heads up July 2014."— Presentation transcript:
The monthly round-up of regional leadership and organisation development news from Yorkshire & the Humber leadership and OD partners Heads up July 2014
Regional News Social Media Sessions Following the regional consultation which took place last year, we designed and commissioned a one-day Social Media workshop to help organisations make the most out of their digital presence. The initial sessions were a great success and heavily over-subscribed; therefore we are hosting a further six sessions this year to ensure as many as possible interested NHS Leaders and local authority staff have the chance to attend. The workshops will be split into beginners and advanced, to suit all levels. For further information and confirmed workshop dates please contact Jo Seddon.Jo Seddon “Change is Changing” Volunteers We need help to design and commission content and providers for a new developmental network, for mid-level managers and clinicians leading complex change or significant service improvement. Membership is open to anyone already in a community of practice such as OD Network, and Innov8 Associates. The network aims to complement the work of other partners such as NHS IQ and AHSN and will enable members to work effectively with the human aspects of change. To volunteer, contact Lynsey Nicholson and we will be in touch from 17th July.Lynsey Nicholson
Regional News Regional Recognition Awards Nominate now for the 2014 Recognition Awards! awards.leadershipacademy.nhs.uk/yh/ awards.leadershipacademy.nhs.uk/yh/ Let us know who you're proud of in your organisation. The NHS Regional Recognition Awards celebrates people at all levels and in all professions who have ultimately improved people’s health and the public’s experience of the NHS. Nominees will be invited to join us in December for a celebration event, with category winners then going on to the National Awards ceremony in London. Working in Partnership with the NHS Leadership Academy Innov8 Chief Executive Event 5th Sept You may be aware of the recent report published by Roger Kline from Middlesex University highlighting the continuing lack of diversity in the leadership and governance of the NHS.recent report Innov8 has arranged this event to meet with the most senior leaders of healthcare in our region who are in a position to make a difference, and have a shared conversation to discuss the opportunities to improve. Contact Lynsey Nicholson if you would like to attend the networking lunch and click here to view the invitation letter.Lynsey Nicholsonclick here
National News The following funded programmes are available for staff in your organisation. Please pass on to your networks. If you require any further information, contact John Hunter or Nerys Davies.John HunterNerys Davies Leadership Foundations The EDWARD JENNER programme is for staff looking to develop their leadership skills and inspire their team. A free online course for anyone working in the NHS.EDWARD JENNER Post Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Leadership The MARY SEACOLE programme is for staff who are keen to take up their first formal leadership role. A one year programme combining experiential learning, online learning, personal development delivered locally, leadership diagnostics, group learning and stretch assignments. No formal qualifications necessary.MARY SEACOLE Masters in Healthcare Leadership The ELIZABETH GARRETT ANDERSON programme is for existing leaders ready to take on more senior leadership roles – where they are leading multiple teams or services. This national programme provides personal development, online and classroom based academic input and group working, stretch assignments and mentoring/coaching.ELIZABETH GARRETT ANDERSON NHS Leadership Academy Award in Executive Healthcare Leadership Working at an executive level in the NHS offers some very particular challenges, and for those who are ready to apply for executive level roles we will run this senior leadership programme. The NYE BEVAN programme is led by internationally renowned academic and business leaders, combining a significant element of personal and behavioural leadership development with the knowledge and skills needed to operate successfully in the NHS. Nursing and Midwifery TrainingNYE BEVAN Nursing and Midwifery Training The FRONTLINE PROGRAMME is funded by the NHS Leadership Academy and completely free to attend. The commitment is a half day induction and 2 x 2-day workshops taking place locally, plus online learning.FRONTLINE PROGRAMME Applications are processed on a first come, first served basis. The first step for applicants is to talk to their line manager, or click the link above for further information.
Team News The Yorkshire & Humber Leadership and OD team has been refreshing its purpose in light of demand from the consultation that took place last year. A regional leadership development strategy has been put in place to deliver the requirements that you as our stakeholders have asked for. A dedicated work programme of development offers has been put together, which is designed to help you by complementing your local programmes. This was approved by the Regional Leadership Council (RLC), a sub-committee within the Yorkshire & Humber LETB Board. We will launch a prospectus in the next month to showcase our full offer, including regional programmes and initiatives as well as the core national programmes we deliver in the region as a local delivery partner to the NHS Leadership Academy. The prospectus launch will also mark a change in name as we become the Yorkshire & Humber Leadership Academy. We are very keen to ensure our offer remains relevant to your regional needs and are always keen to hear from our stakeholders. If you would like to find out more about our work, our governance through the RLC or are interested in helping to shape our work and future offer, please contact Kathyrn Winterburn.Kathyrn Winterburn
Contact Us We are delighted to welcome Lynsey Nicholson to the team as Programme Coordinator, looking after Innov8 and GMTS. Lucy Scarisbrick joins the team as Communications and Engagement Officer on a temporary basis. Nerys Davies leaves the team after 10 years service, and we wish her all the best in her future role at Wakefield CCG. From 28 th July please direct your enquiries about National Programmes and the NHS Recognition Awards to Lucy. General Enquiries: /// Follow us Andrea Overton Andrea Overton and Lynsey NicholsonLynsey NicholsonInclusive Talent Development: Innov8, Emerging Leaders, GMTS Anthony OwensAnthony Owens, Jane Pightling and Amanda AllenJane Pightling Amanda Allen Capacity and Capability Building including OD Programmes and Coaching John Hunter John Hunter and Nerys DaviesNerys DaviesNational Professional Development Programmes, Regional Leadership Awards Lucy ScarisbrickCommunications and Engagement Officer Kathryn Winterburn Kathryn Winterburn and Jo SeddonJo SeddonStrategy and Planning, Regional Leadership Council, Partnership Working and Systems Leadership