NHS Yorkshire & the Humber Leadership Academy

Supporting your leadership journey

31
May

Apply for Rosalind Franklin Programme cohort 4

Date: 31 May 2019

Time: 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Duration: 8 hours

Venue: Leeds

Category:

Development Programme

Leadership Dimensions:

 
 
 
 
Apply for Rosalind Franklin Programme cohort 4

The Rosalind Franklin programme is for clinicians and managers across health and care systems, aspiring to lead large and complex programmes, departments, services or systems of care.

It aims to help shape middle leaders’ knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours to help them become outstanding, compassionate and inclusive leaders, working at all levels across the health and care system, to help improve services for people who access them.

The Rosalind Franklin programme will support participants to be outstanding innovators, leaders, and team-members. Evidence shows that outstanding leadership in health and care has four key aspects: compassion, inclusion, collaboration, and knowledge of improvement skills and how to apply them. It will encourage participants to ask, and answer, fundamental questions that will support them to become an outstanding leader.

The programme is nine months long with eight out of office days. Successful completion of the programme will lead to an NHS Leadership Academy Award in Senior Healthcare Leadership.

Who is the programme aimed at?

The Rosalind Franklin programme is for clinicians and managers across health and care systems, aspiring to lead large and complex programmes, departments, services or systems of care.

Applicants should be:

  • Directly leading people who manage others (a step beyond first line management)
  • A specialist individual contributor – who may not directly lead a team now but as part of their role, play an active part in a network/system which requires you to embody leadership around an issue, pathway or service
  • Leading teams of experienced professionals that may exist on a temporary basis before dissolving and realigning again around specific issues. This group may include you if you are leading complex projects and initiatives operating at pivot points between other professional groups and need to balance operational and strategic demands
  • Managing complex programmes and projects, substantial budgets, politically sensitive and significantly impactful work

Cohort 4 is to start in Leeds, 12 August 2019. 

For further information 

Contact the NHS Leadership Academy enquiries team