Hannieya PresentingWe know that effective leaders inspire cultures of compassion, authenticity and inclusion.

This supports fruitful teamwork, which in turn, improves the services, care and trust provided to patients and local communities.

Current leadership opportunities

The NHS Leadership Academy

The NHS Leadership Academy offers a broad range of leadership training opportunities to harness and maximise your ability to influence transformational change across the health system.

For details of their offering, please click on the buttons below:

Programmes – Leadership Academy

Learning Page – Leadership Academy

Leadership Apprenticeships

We are able to support a number of leadership apprenticeships for Primary Care staff, including the Level 5 Operations/Department Manager
and Level 7 HR Senior People Professional apprenticeship. For more information, please contact helen.hughes52@nhs.net

DiSC® team profile

Deepen your understanding of yourself and others. Midlands Leadership Academy are supporting the use of the DiSC® tool to support the development of teams. The Everything DiSC® model provides a common language people can use to better understand themselves and those they interact with—and then use this knowledge to reduce conflict and improve working relationships.

Why use DiSC®?
• Raise self -awareness
• Improve teamwork
• Make conflict more productive
• Develop stronger sales skills
• Manage more effectively
• Train without judgment

If you and your team require this type of input to help strengthen your communication and individual /team awareness, please contact midlands@leadershipacademy.nhs.uk

Coaching and mentoring

The Midlands Leadership Academy offers free coaching and mentoring to NHS staff. Please click on the following link for further details: https://coachingandmentoringhub.nhs.uk/

Leadership Learning Zone

The Leadership Learning Zone (LLZ) has been developed in the Midlands to provide organisations and individuals with a tool that will enable learning, enhance understanding and embed vital skills and knowledge that will contribute to the physical and psychological well-being of our people. This can be accessed free of charge by all NHS staff via the following link: www.leadershipnhs.uk. LLZ features a suite of 22 leadership learning modules.

NEW! Systems and Relational Leadership modules on Leadership Learning Zone. The South West Leadership Learning Academy has developed ten Systems and Relational leadership modules in partnership with Tricordant. The resources are for leaders in health and care looking to learn more about leading and working collaboratively across organisational, professional and sector boundaries to improve healthcare and wellbeing for their population.

Mary Seacole Local Programme

The Mary Seacole Local Programme has been designed to develop knowledge and skills in leadership and management for first time leaders supporting the Lincolnshire Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP). There is no charge to individuals or organisations for attendance at this nationally accredited leadership programme.

The Mary Seacole Local is for you if you’re:

  • Wanting to improve health and social care outcomes for the people of Lincolnshire through great leadership
  • In a ‘formal’ position of leadership with responsibilities for people and services
  • Able to relate what you learn to your workplace

What you’ll experience:

The Mary Seacole Local programme is six months long with 100 hours of online study, plus three virtual behavioural workshops delivered locally by highly experienced and skilled leadership facilitators, drawn from across the Lincolnshire system. You’ll have access to the Academy’s virtual campus, which includes programme films, interactive content, discussion forums and online resources.

Cohorts of the Mary Seacole local programme run at regular intervals throughout the year. For details of the next cohort, please keep an eye on this page and consider signing up to our mailing list via the Keep in the Loop section of our homepage.

Leadership Fellows

In July 2023, we were delighted to welcome Dr Divya Kuttappan and Dr Rebecca Kenyon to the LTH team as GP Leadership fellows. During their 12-month fellowship, Dr Kuttappan and Dr Kenyon will be undertaking strategic project work closely aligned with the healthcare leadership agenda, as well as receiving leadership training and mentoring from a dedicated GP leadership mentor.

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