The nomination window for the Health and Care Leaders Aspiring Directors Programme (Cohort 4) is now open. This programme is for staff in the Department of Health (DH) and its 14 Arms' Length Bodies (ALBs). We have up to 30 places for the next Cohort and have 60 places at Assessment Centres. Talent Leads in DH and the 14 ALBs have today been sent all the relevant information to share with Executive Directors and Directors who are likely to be the nominating line managers and with staff who may be interested. If you have an interest please contact the Talent Team in your respective organisations. The closing date for nominations is Thursday 12th October. Nomination forms, personal statements from your nominees and a copy of their CV, should be sent no later than the closing date by e-mail to John.Joyce@hee.nhs.uk Nominees must be assessed against the Indicators of Potential and line managers will need to supply their written evidence against those – aspiration, engagement and ability. A ...
The nomination period for the next Cohort of the Health and Care Leaders Scheme Aspiring Directors Porgramme will be open shortly and notification will be sent through to the ALB and Department of Health talent leads when the nomination process opens. Look out for communication in late August/early Septmber.
The Department of Health; ALB Chief Executives or ALB National Directors, are able to nominate and endorse up to two individuals for the second cohort of Programme. We expect to have around 20 places.
August 2016 – Edge Talk: Managing talent in health and social care
Talent management in nursing - why does it matter to frontline staff and managers in the NHS?
On Friday 5 August 2016, 09.30-11.00, Sue Haines, Nottingham University Hospital’s Assistant Director of Nursing, addressed managing talent in health supported by Dr Joanne Cooper, Head of N&M Research and Kerry Taylor, Shared Governance Facilitator.
Applications for 2016-17 are now open.
For 2016-17 the Florence Nightingale Foundation have **NEW** Aspiring Nurse Directors Leadership Scholarships available to experienced nurses and midwives who have current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Extended application deadline for Cohort 2.
The Uganda Leadership Challenge is a seven-day executive training programme that provides participants with hands-on experience of working in Uganda. It partners UK public and voluntary sector professionals with leaders from the Ugandan health sector to create joint teams that work together to improve service delivery at health centres in some of the most remote and deprived regions of Western Uganda.