The Developing People - Improving Care Framework. Click here to get your copy!
"TVWLA would like to thank all of our members who have been involved in the co-production of Developing People – Leading Care. This document is about more than the words or actions it contains (which are exciting, mobilising and challenging), it is about the shared statement across health and care that our people are our greatest asset and we need to do more together to support and develop them. TVWLA will be working with all of our members over the forthcoming months to continue to drive this important agenda forwards and jointly consider how we undertake the actions outlined in partnership across our system. I look forward to delivering the vision articulated in this document and bringing it to life with you for all of our people." - Caroline Chipperfield, TVWLA Director
STP Change Leaders Masterclass Series
This new accelerated learning masterclass series is designed to introduce the essential leadership approaches for effective implementation of our STPs. Designed for everyone involved in leading or delivering the STP promises and priorities, either as a clinician, non-clinician or patient representative.
What are the principal aims of this STP Leaders Masterclass Series?
A Broader View – understanding the larger system in terms of a place rather than an organisation.
Leadership Development – developing individual and team focused leadership skills
Interactive Skills – developing confidence and skills to build trusting relationships, to have honest and challenging conversations and to see and empathise with others
Influencing – achieving results through influence, in the absence of traditional authority hierarchies.
One Direction – shifting collective focus from reactive problem solving to co-creating the future
Common Goal – developing alignment around common vision or purpose, for improved health of the local population
Better Integration – forming new networks and connections between individuals and organisations
Effective Collaboration – developing strong, robust and honest relationships
Practice Managers' Leadership Development Programme
The final day of the Frimley STP was a great success. Participants shared their leadership journeys and their learning from the programme with the other participants, some of which were very moving. One Practice Manager said "The programme has really made a difference to both myself as a leader and my Practice. The tools I have learnt mean that I am able to move forward working with my team and I am looking forward to the future - what a fantastic day!"
To find out more about the programme please click here.
Leadership for Empowered and Healthy Communities Programme – recruiting now!
Following the continued success of the Leadership for Empowered and Healthy Communities programme, we are now recruiting for the next cohort. This innovative programme is aimed at senior leaders and clinicians across health, social care and beyond. The programme will help you to explore how to grow and nurture capacity in local communities to improve health and wellbeing and ensure better outcomes for people living with long-term conditions, disabled and older people.
To find out more, including dates for the workshops and webinars / virtual learning please click here
To register your interest please email: Harmeet Bhatia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership Evaluation Collaboratory
With the level of disruptive change in society - demographic and technological - to name but two - leadership teams are increasingly werstling with challenges they have not faced before to the current degree of complexity, if at all.
This asks fundamental questions about the nature and the best approaches to leadership and in turn our search to learn from or evaluate whether our responses are effective -especially at system level.
Our response to this challenge is this Collaboratory - which is both a Collaboration (a coming together in a holding space of a wide range of individuals with a diverse experience in the field in question) and a Laboratory (such that in our meetings we seek to cultivate open hearts and minds to enquire in dialogue about the issues at hand) so as to find new approaches emerging from our collective wisdom.
Click here to read more about the benefits and an invitation to be a part of future meetings.
Ready to step up to a CCG Board role?
Be part of the talent pipeline for clinical leadership through primary care through a supported development programme aimed at harnessing your potential to lead transformation and shape the future of excellent patient care.
Cohort 5 of the Future Clinical Commissioning Leadership Programme is now open for applications and will commence in late September with a development centre and 3 modules with the final module completing late March 2018. This highly evaluated programme is open to all clinicians who aspire to step into a Clinical Commissioning Governing Body role in the next 12 to 18 months. This programme offers a development pathway to clinical talent within primary care with clinical leadership and engagement critical to both the transformation of primary care but also integral to the delivery of Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships.
Click here for more information on how to apply:
The Wessex General Practice Nurse Leadership Programme
A six-day programme for team leaders who wish to realise their full potential. The programme has been developed to help General Practice Nurses who have been identified as emerging leaders or who are in a formal leadership position.
Applicants will have a deep-seated wish to realise the full potential of their team, to enable them to make their best contribution and 'write a new story' of consistent and enduring success in delivering quality services.
The second programme is now open for applications, with a closing date of 28th July 2017. It will be delivered in co-operation with Farnham & Gosport and SE Hants Clinical Commissioning group, HEE (Wessex) and LMC Wessex.
Please click for details regarding the programme and application form.
Please circulate across the Clinical Commissioning Groups, educational networks and to colleagues in primary care.
For further information do not hesitate to contact Penny Evison RGN, Clinical Quality Practice Nurse Lead, Farnham & Gosport and South Eastern Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) email address email@example.com
We know successful leadership improves the performance of organisations. Nowhere is that more important than in the NHS where better performance actually saves lives. The NHS needs great leaders in all professions and at all levels.
Whether you are beginning your leadership journey or already leading substantial change, the programmes that we provide can equip you and your team for the challenges of today and tomorrow.
The NHS Thames Valley and Wessex Leadership Academy is a Local Academy of the NHS Leadership Academy. We build on a well-established track record of proven success in leadership and organisational development activities.
This website only tells half the story of our development, passion and drive; come and create the other half with us to ensure that Leadership really does save lives.