The Developing People - Improving Care - One year on
In 2016, thirteen organisations from health, social care and local government came together to create the Developing People Improving Care framework, based on national and international research, and conversations held with people across the health and care system. Click here to see this report
The new reports looks at some of the fantastic work being done to ensure compassion, inclusion and improvement are at the core of the health and care system, what is planned for the future and some of the steps you can take to learn more about the framework.
Click here to get a copy of this new report.
Exciting new offer:QI Foundation course Quality Improvement Methodologies launched in our region.
Short duration just four Modules to complete:
This modular e-learning training is based on NHS Wales highly tested and successful "1000 Lives plus" Bronze level training. The course will introduce you the "Model for Improvement.
You can acess this Bronze Level QI Foundation Course here
Mary Seacole Programme for Community Pharmacy:Applications now open
The NHS National Leadership Academy, is working in collaboration with the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education and NHS England to offer the Mary Seacole Programme to Community Pharmacy professionals.
The programme will be taking place in 15 different locations around the country until March 2018.
All places on the programme will be fully-funded by the Pharmacy Intergration Fund.
For more details and how to apply click here
TVWLA Our Activity October-December 2017
Developing people:Fostering innovation:Enabling collaboration
The final few months of 2017 was a very busy time for us at TVWLA and we would like to share with all of you what we have been up to.
Click here to find out more about our new vision statement and strategic objectives.
How we are helping you deliver inclusive and compassionate leadership, whole system talent management and high impact leader developement.
How we are supporting leadership development activity in the regions STP's and supporting innovation through timely interventions throughout the Thames Valley and Wessex area.
Become a GP Transformation champion!
Register today for this one day conference Thursday 22nd March at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street, London.
The General Practice Transformation Champions is a one day conference to inspire and inform anyone involved in leading improvement and transformation in general practice in the NHS.
Registrations are open until 16th March
For full full details and how you can register click here
Mary Seacole Programme for first time leaders 2018/19 applications now open!
The concept of learning how to be a leader when you’re in the thick of your day to day responsibilities can seem rather abstract, but The Mary Seacole programme is grounded in reality and results in real workplace application
"For those in, or going into, their first leadership role, the ability to engage, influence and deliver services of the highest quality with the resource they have is essential. It’s for that very reason that bringing diversity of thought, skill, innovation and knowledge of practice into the way we do things can quite literally have life changing consequences."Gill Rooke Head of National Programme Delivery NHS Leadership Academy
Cohorts will be taking place in Birmingham Leeds and London.
For more information and how to apply click here
Shape the future of your NHS today
In July this year to mark the celebrations of NHS 70 the first system wide workforce strategy for 25 years will be published and your views will be vital in shaping this landmark document.
It will cover all aspects of health and social care, including what has been done since 2012 and how together we will overcome the challenges to go on delivering a NHS we can all be proud up to 2022 and beyond to 2027 to reflect Health Education England's Framework 15.
Could you be a virtual OD Mentor?
Are you an OD practitioner with previous mentoring experience?
Do OD and all the regional national leadership academies are working in partnership to grow the OD virtual network by launching a recruitment drive across the country.
As a virtual OD mentor you will recieve a high quality training package in mentoring in the virtual space, the opportunity to share your learning and experience with others and the chance to work with mentees from across the country as well as a comprehensive development support and learning reviews.
"The first session opened my ears and my brain to how effective virtual mentoring is. Working with the two mentees allocated to me proved to be an enriching experience. In mentoring them I found a wonderful opportunity for reflective practice, a space to challenge my own thinking on OD work and I learned from what the mentees were doing. I recommend this development highly" Previous cohort mentor
Get the Knowledge
Visit the TVWLA Knowledge Hub
The TVWLA Knowledge Hub has been developed alongside the Bodleian Health Care Libraries.
Head to the site and access a wealth of curated content including national reports research papers, thought pieces and evidence based articles on leadership and organisational development
The site is reguarly updated so be sure to make the Knowledge Hub a regular stop on your leadership journey.
Click here and enter the TVWLA Knowledge Hub
Welcome to the Thames Valley and Wessex Leadership Academy website
Alison Jennings and Maggie Woods - Joint Leads for TVWLA
Our Strategic Objectives
Compassionate Inclusive Leadership
Enable, convene and support whole system talent Management.
Increase the availability, scale and reach of high quality, high impact, leader and leadership development opportunities.
We do this by:
-Driving organisational development.
-Growing and managing inclusive talent throughout the system.
-Delivering a wealth of structured learning.
-Bringing people from different parts of the system together through our networks.
-Providing coaching, mentoring and learning on the job.
-Enabling conversations that lead to change.
Our membership mirrors the system, enabling us to meet complex demands by co-creating the exact intervention each group needs. We are proud to be collaborative and people focused.
We work with:
-Local Workforce Action Boards.
-Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships and Intergrated Care Systems.
-Regional and national partners.
-Employing organisations in health and care.
-Excellent leadership and organisational development providers.
Through this web of partners we develop connections and relationships that cross conventional boundaries. By shining a light on system leadership we provide best value and better health and care outcomes for all in the Thames Valley and Wessex region.