We are a team of 12 people who currently work within the NHS in England, supporting frontline staff to do their jobs better.
We are currently exploring ways of transitioning to a situation of greater flexibility.
We positively impact people’s lives by building a generation of transformational leaders who together can tackle the biggest challenges in health, care and beyond.
History shows us that the great social movements get their energy by growing a distributed leadership for change.
We want to play our part in creating leaders everywhere who can respond creatively, continually innovate and stimulate new and disruptive approaches to improve the health and care system.
Our team comes from a variety of backgrounds. Roughly half have previously worked in the NHS and the rest come from the public, private and charity sectors. What connects us as a team are our values, vision and versatility.
We seek to be transformational leaders, who break the mould from the traditional management and leadership styles in public services.
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Scan to find the best // partner with the best // learn from the best // understand the reality of tough and complex environments for change // be social and use social methods // focus on delivery and outcomes // support emergent, as well as managed, change // help build capability to change // reduce the risks in change // support real world ‘proof of concept’ testing and scaling // think about sustainability right from the start // work across whole systems // be agile and responsive.
Shari McKeown from the British Columbia Patient Safety & Quality Council, Canada shows how using games can build energy, engagement and sustainability for change.
Using care for older people as an example, Ruth Glassborow from Health Improvement Scotland talks about developing a sustainable QI culture
Fundamentally, healthcare organizations and systems are patterns of energy, webs of human relationships, conversations and decisions .Imagine the healthcare system to be a multi-storey building. We have stairs, halls, ladders and balconies. We call them networks, institutes, agencies, confederations. The spaces are not just the lines and boxes on the official organization chart, static images […]