NHS Yorkshire & the Humber Leadership Academy

Supporting your leadership journey

29 May 2019 Newsletter

06 June 2019

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Rosalind Franklin programme - deadline to apply 31 May

 
This programme is for clinicians or managers leading from the middle of health and care systems, aspiring to lead large and complex programmes, departments, services or systems of care

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

Apply by 31 May for Cohort 4, with module days taking place in Leeds. More information can be found on the NHS Leadership Academy website
 

Regional NHS BAME Women's Summit


We are pleased to announce further details of this summit taking place 28 June in central Leeds. We invite women in Yorkshire and the Humber in any role in the NHS, who identify themselves as belonging to the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community. We welcome transgender and non-binary people working in the NHS who are BAME to join us at this event also. 

With keynote speaker Professor Uduak Archibong, MBE, the aims of the summit include to;
  • Raise the level of ambition on inclusion – with a focus on BAME women leaders and leadership systems across NHS funded services.
  • Quicken the pace of change towards improving talent and inclusion for BAME women.
  • Ensure that Yorkshire and the Humber are equipped to achieve and leave an ever increasing and sustainable legacy of talent and inclusion.
  • Enable BAME women greater access to high quality development in order to grow their skills, knowledge base and capabilities.
  • Create a safe space for BAME women to network, discuss learn and share with other BAME women. 
Please use the booking link below, or contact Amy Makler for further information. 
Book now for the Regional NHS BAME Women's Summit
 

Return to work mentoring programme


The NHS Leadership Academy are to hold this one day programme 19 June in Leeds, for registered/ accredited mentors or any NHS staff member who is interested in supporting their colleagues’ journey back into work after a period of extended leave.

Participants can expect an experiential learning event to learn more about Return to Work Mentoring, facilitated by NHS National Coaching & Mentoring Lead Charmaine Kwame and subject expert Nicki Seignot, it will include cross-sector guest speakers with lived experience.

For further information please see the NHS Leadership Academy website

 

Action Learning Set Facilitator Programme


Applications for the NHS Leadership Academy's Action Learning Set Facilitator programme (ALS) are now open!

This fully-funded programme develops high-level facilitation skills for supporting action learning within the NHS. We want to develop a faculty of ALS facilitators that is drawn from across the whole landscape of health and care. Our aim is to develop a team of facilitators from the NHS – to grow skills within, as opposed to purchase them on a consultancy basis.

See the website below for further details and to apply by 08 July. 

ALS Facilitator Programme - more info
 

Shadow Board alumni event - save the date!


We are pleased to announce the second alumni event for participants of the Shadow Board Scheme is to take place 25 September in Leeds. If you have been involved in one of our Shadow Boards in the region already, please join us in September to share your experiences of it. More information to follow!

For further information contact Andrea Overton.  

 

Leadership Masterclasses - booking now


Click on the links below for more information and to register your place now:
Psychological Safety in practice, 25 June
iCan Masterclass with Richard McCann, 09 July
S.U.M.O. (Stop, Understand, Move On), 17 October
S.U.M.O. (Stop, Understand, Move On), 08 January