Heads Up September 2013 - Health Education Yorkshire and the

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Heads Up
26 September2013
Update for the NHS Yorkshire and Humber
Regional Leadership Development Partners
STOP
PRESS
Regional Leadership Awards Finalists
NHS Partnership / System Leaders of the Year
Patrick Crowley/Phil Morley and
Karen Jackson from
York, HEY and NHS Trusts
Debra Gilderdale from Bradford
District Care Trust
Andrea Ibbetson from
Rotherham Doncaster and South
Humber FT
Pam Ley from Rotherham
Doncaster and South Humber FT
NHS Quality Champion / Innovator of the Year
Kylie Farbrace from Care Plus
Group
Esme Moniz-Cook at Humber
NHS FT
Stephen Radley from Sheffield
Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Melanie Sharp from Northern
Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals
FT
NHS Board / Governing Body of the Year
Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals
NHS Trust
Vicky Pleydell representing
Hambleton, Richmond and
Whitby CCG
Gordon Sinclair representing
Leeds West CCG
York Teaching Hospitals FT
NHS Community Leader of the Year
Helen Chapman from Sheffield
Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Pravin Jha from South West
Yorkshire Partnerships NHS FT
Wendy Scott from Sheffield
Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
John Walsh from Leeds
Community Healthcare NHS
Trust
NHS Inspirational Leader of the Year
Margaret Ainger from Sheffield
CCG
Janet Owen from South West
Yorkshire Partnerships NHS FT
Alastair Strachan from
Doncaster and Bassetlaw
Hospitals NHS FT
Rob Webster from Leeds
Community Healthcare NHS
Trust
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Regional Leadership Awards Finalists
NHS Mentor / Coach of the Year
Beverley Beaumont from
Airedale FT
Sam Debbage from Sheffield
Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Tracey Gray from Doncaster and
Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS FT
Fiona Sherburn from Bradford
District Care Trust
NHS Emerging Leader of the Year
Jane Coates from Sheffield
Teaching Hospitals NHSFT
Richard Haddad from Bradford
Districts CCG
Mike Hunter from Sheffield
Health and Social Care NHS FT
Steve Thomas from Sheffield
CCG
NHS Leader of Patient Inclusivity of the Year
William Egner from Sheffield
Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Kylie Farbrace from Care Plus
Group
Olive German from Sheffield
Health and Social Care NHS FT
Patrick Scott from Humber NHS
FT
NHS Leadership Development Champion
Jayne Adamson from Hull and
East Yorkshire NHS FT
William Egner from Sheffield
Teaching Hospitals NHS FT
Melanie Gibbons from
Rotherham Doncaster and South
Humber FT
Sue Holden from York Hospitals
NHS FT
Regional News
101 nominations were received for the first Yorkshire and Humber NHS
Regional Leadership Awards
Finalists have been selected and been notified
The winners will be announced on
13 November
We have booked the Armouries for what promises to be a great celebration
Personal invitations will be sent out next week.
Contact [email protected] for information
Thank
You
Regional
Leadership
Awards
Working across
the System
We have started working with the leadership and organisation development leads from Local Authorities across
Yorkshire and the Humber. If anyone is interested in joining us in these exploratory discussions, please contact
[email protected]
We have been offered the opportunity to join a series of Local Government Masterclasses
Surviving and Thriving – Organisational and Team Resilience. Gladeana McMahon, Award Winning Coach
15 October 2013 in York
Wicked Problems, Clumsy Solutions and the Role of Leaders Keith Grint, Professor of Public Leadership at Warwick University
12 November in Leeds
Delivering Differently for the Needs of Communities Neil McInroy, Chief Executive, Centre for Local Economic Strategies
3 December in York
Engage for Success: The Leadership Power of Successful Employee Engagement David MacLeod, Author of BIS Report ‘Engage
for Success’ 15 January in Leeds
Commerciality – The Reality! Neil Pickering, Homes & Communities Agency 12 February in Sheffield
Details in brochure attached
National News
New fast Track
Programme
announced by
Secretary of State
This programme, which will be run by the NHS Leadership Academy is intended to fast-track the best NHS doctors and nurses and attract top
people from outside, to be the next generation of senior leaders of the health service.
It is anticipated to include:
•time at a leading business school – early discussions with leading academic institutions are underway
•a six-month post with substantive responsibility at a top performing NHS trust and
•an industry placement with a top firm.
Three quarters of those fast-tracked will be senior doctors and nurses, so clinicians will learn management and business skills both in academic
courses and in placements at leading corporations. The other quarter of candidates will be talented individuals who come from outside the NHS
- but who share its values - to inject new skills, ideas and leadership expertise into the health service.
Due to start in spring 2014, successful candidates will be ready to take up board-level positions from early 2015. Competition for places will be
exceptionally tough and candidates will continue to be rigorously assessed throughout the course.
The course structure includes:
•Three-month executive education: includes intensive induction into the NHS for external entrants and rapid introduction to business
management for clinical entrants.
•Seven-month learning from the best: six-months at a top NHS Trust; one-month industry placement.
•Continued career management: three-year chief executive career development strategy; coaching, mentoring, networking preparing candidates
for a successful entry to the NHS
Nursing & Midwifery Leadership
Programmes
We have filled all the places available to us for the
Frontline Nursing and Midwifery programme and currently
have a waiting list
We do still have 10 places on the Senior Operational
Leaders/Aspiring Nurse Director programme. These will
run towards the second half of 2014. Please contact
[email protected] for more details
NHS Top Leaders Master Class Series:
Board Decision Making
Date – Tuesday 12 November, 2013
Location – Macmillan Cancer Support, 89 Albert
Embankment, London, SE1 7UQ
Time – 4-7pm
Details attachedin flyer
Open Top Leaders Master class

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