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The role of the SRO – access free e-learning

The Senior Responsible Owner (SRO) plays a pivotal role in ensuring the successful delivery of a programme or project, with ultimate accountability for meeting objectives, achieving projected outcomes, and realising the intended benefits. In order to support SROs, the Healthcare Project+ Change Association (HPCA) has pulled together a range of useful online learning and resources, with the aim of ensuring successful and sustainable transformational change. The online learning and resources include: SRO responsibilities – cultivate your proficiency as a dependable SRO; Free elearning – access the SRO online learning module on elearning for healthcare and deliver successful change; SRO competencies – core and sub competencies of an SRO; Art of …

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By Amy Aitken
June 28, 2024

New Health Foundation podcast series – Leading improvement in health and care

The Health Foundation have recently launched a new podcast series – Leading Improvement in Health and Care. Each month, these will explore the learning and experiences of people making change across systems. This podcast is part of Learning and Improving Across Systems, a partnership between the Health Foundation, NHS Confederation and the Q community. Penny Pereira (Managing Director of Q) will be co-hosting the series with Matthew Taylor, CEO of NHS Confederation. Each episode aims to spotlight where improvement is working well, as well as the challenges along the way. Joined by speakers from a variety of roles, the podcasts will explore the ways improvement can sustainably transform health and …

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By Amy Aitken
May 24, 2024

Senior Responsible Owner (SRO) essentials programme for the North East and North Cumbria

We are pleased to share the details of an upcoming leadership development programme, which is brought to you by the NHS Leadership Academy in partnership with the Healthcare Project and Change Association. The programme, which is aligned with the NHS Project and Change Capability Framework, is designed for healthcare leaders, and focuses on providing a thorough grasp of the Senior Responsible Owner role in the healthcare sector. It offers participants specialised tools, techniques and continuous peer networking support to facilitate successful and lasting transformative change in healthcare organisations. The course outcomes include: Gain a deeper understanding of the Senior Responsible Owner’s role and challenges, along with practical skills to drive …

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By Amy Aitken
April 19, 2024

Registration now open: FranklinCovey Webinar Series

The North East and Yorkshire Leadership Academy (NEYLA) are excited to announce a series of Franklin Covey webinars running from March to May 2024. Franklin Covey helps organisations to achieve results that require lasting changes in human behaviour. The topics in this webinar series focus on some of the biggest leadership challenges facing senior and executive leaders. The content of each webinar is based on timeless principles of human effectiveness and is designed to help people change both their mindset and their behaviour. The webinar series is designed to be flexible – attend one or attend all, dependent on the specific individual and organisational challenges you currently face. Each workshop …

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By Amy Aitken
March 1, 2024

Spotlight on… North East and Yorkshire Leadership Academy

As part of our work supporting you, over the coming months we are going to be highlighting the learning and development opportunities available via some of our fantastic partner organisations. This month we are spotlighting the North East and Yorkshire Leadership Academy (NEYLA), who provide a wide range of training, events and resources, including: coaching and mentoring; formal development programmes; workshops and masterclasses; and thought leadership. Through all of this, the Academy aims to continuously develop leaders and managers to improve health and care services for people and communities. Take a look below at some of what the Academy currently has on offer:   Winter Support Package Supporting the wellbeing …

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By Amy Aitken
July 10, 2024

Leadership Masterclass Series: Leading Anchor Organisations

The NHS is committed to addressing the social determinants of health, improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities. Anchor institutions are large public sector organisations which are rooted in place and connected to their communities, such as universities, local authorities, and hospitals and work together with their communities to tackle these challenges. Anchors have significant assets and spending power and are often a significant employer in an area and can consciously use these resources to benefit communities. Traditionally anchors focus on employability, procurement and sustainability strategies and can, when aligned across the ICS partner organisations, contribute significantly to the economic situation and help to reduce health inequalities. It can also …

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By Amy Aitken
October 3, 2023

NHS Leadership Academy

The NHS Leadership Academy provides a curriculum of programmes, resources, and activities that are designed to help everyone in the NHS discover their full leadership potential and achieve the highest standards in health and care. Take a look at their website for opportunities to develop your career, connect with peers, and grow as a leader.

By Anu K
September 23, 2022

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