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Leading in Systems: Development Support aims to provide senior leaders with the opportunity to develop and enhance the skills and behaviours associated with a more collaborative style of leadership in the changing health and care landscape.
This programme will explore the style, culture and behaviours within the local health and care system, enabling participants to consider the implications for their own role and development.
Integrated care Systems (ICSs), Integrated Care Partnerships and other place-based organisations require leaders and staff to develop a shared understanding with colleagues from local government and the voluntary sector about what is and is not required to make partnership working a reality.
This will require a shift in mindset, some different working practices and a greater understanding of how everyone operates. Developing personal impact and a collective identity will take time but there are some skills and behaviours leaders can adopt to accelerate this process and to help achieve positions in the system that play to your personal strengths and interests.
This programme is ideal for individuals looking to gain knowledge of models and frameworks that support a more collaborative style of leadership.
This programme includes four half day workshops, delivered over six months, interspersed with four 90 minute leadership circles.
This programme will be delivered virtually through online sessions.
If you would like further information regarding the network or to discuss whether the network is suitable for you, please contact Cath Sloan, Head of System Transformation.