On this page you will find information about the Leadership Development Community (LDIC), and how to join. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us – the details are below.
The purpose of the LDIC is to support those in the health and care system whose role is in leadership development, innovation and/or improvement at national and/or cross-locality levels.
The LDIC aspires to create a community of practice to support the networked learning and development of its participants. At the heart of this offer is a free, monthly WebEx session which led by senior improvement leaders who share their learning, resources and the latest developments shaping their practice.
The typical participant profile is a senior improvement professional in the healthcare system.
Please contact Janet Wildman, Associate NHS Horizons at email@example.com.
The sessions are held monthly: dates and speakers for the next three months are below. All sessions start at 9.30am, and last for an hour.
Friday 29 September – Dr Julia Taylor, Director of the ACT Academy
Friday 27 October – Dr Mike Hearne, Medical Director, Taurus Healthcare Ltd
Friday 24th November – Sir Stuart Etherington, Chief Executive , NCVO; Alexandra Ankrah, Head of Health & Care, Social Action Team ,Office for Civil Society; Sharon Blackburn, Director, National Care Forum
Shari McKeown from the British Columbia Patient Safety & Quality Council, Canada shows how using games can build energy, engagement and sustainability for change.
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 […]
Using care for older people as an example, Ruth Glassborow from Health Improvement Scotland talks about developing a sustainable QI culture