Systems Leadership Series: Relating and communicating
Introducing our informative and engaging systems leadership series which builds upon the success of the complete leadership series. As a response to the newly formed ICS’s these master classes are based on the Northwest NHS Leadership Academy’s systems leadership model of principles and behaviours and explore the move to systems thinking and working within the NHS. This series comprises of four virtual masterclasses on systems leadership (with accompanying podcasts).
This is the second masterclass in the series and focusses on embracing a collaborative culture in systemic transformation and change. Looking at working beyond boundaries, reimagining the systems in which we work. This workshop will focus on the key elements to successful purpose-driven multi-disciplinary working with theory and practical focus on:
– Understanding the goal
– Understanding the Systemic issues you want to address
– An ability to engage and align diverse stakeholders around shared goals. Maximising the potential for diversity and difference. Systems leadership can act as a means for bringing marginalised groups into the design and delivery of services.
– Emphasis on empowering action and collaboration by a broad network of organisations. Connecting, networking and building diverse communities of shared learning and practice. Mapping, understanding different sectors and the part they play in systems leadership.
– Understanding the systemic drivers of the issues you want to address
– Crafting the goal
– Engaging diverse stakeholders around shared goals. Maximising the possibilities found in diversity and difference.
– Creating networks for learning
Systems adapt when the context changes. We will explore what are the drivers we need to adapt to (hint: not money or workforce!) and then focus on developing the necessary relationships for change and how to co-ordinate behaviour across the system. Shared purpose is critical. Given that diversity and inclusion are fundamental processes to enable adaptation, we will learn how to use information and conflict positively. This ensures risk is dramatically reduced.
Although the masterclasses build upon a story, they are designed to be independent of one another. Therefore you can choose to attend all four and they are scheduled for the following dates and can be booked on individually via the links:
Workshop One: Being (12th January 2022)
Workshop Two: Relating and Communicating (26th January 2022)
Workshop Three: Leading and Visioning (9th February 2022)
Workshop Four: Delivering – Innovation across the Systems (23rd February 2022)
Each workshop will be followed up with a podcast to further consolidate the learning.
Who can attend the series?
This series is aimed at those in senior management roles who are looking to advance their leadership capability in and across health and care systems and communities. (Approximately Agenda for Change Bands 8a and above). There are 24 places and these are on a first come, first served basis.
Date and time:
26th January 2022 from 9.30am to 1pm. This is a virtual workshop and delivery will be by Zoom.
Is there a cost to participants?
No, the programme is fully funded by Midlands Leadership and Lifelong Learning, NHS England and NHS Improvement.
If you have any special requirements with regards to accessibility either before, during or after the event, then please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected].
The closing date and time is Monday 6th December 2021. You will receive confirmation of your place on the programme by Friday 10th December 2021
(We recommend that you hold the date in your diary).
Questions about this event?
Organiser : Kaye Purkis