Eighth annual leadership and management summit 2018

10 May - 10 May The King's Fund

Programme

  • 10 May

Registrations opens, exhibition and networking

08:30 AM 09:55 PM

Breakfast session: Women in leadership

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

AA Anne-Marie Archard

Dr Johnny Boylan

Stephanie Holden

Susie Perks-Baker

Session one: opening plenary

09:55 AM 11:20 AM

Dr Durka Dougall

Professor Chris Ham

Baroness Dido Harding

Clare Panniker

Sir David Sloman

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:20 AM 11:45 AM

Workshop A: How place-based leadership development can enable the effective delivery of sustainability and transformation plans

11:45 AM 12:50 PM

BB Bernie Brooks

Dr Durka Dougall

Dr Darren Leech

Dr Rob Worrall

Workshop B: Innovation and entrepreneurialism: learning from a new generation of health leaders

11:45 AM 12:50 PM

Jack Graham

Allison Trimble

Workshop C: Lessons learnt from clinicians trying to support transformational change

11:45 AM 12:50 PM

Dr Michael Holmes

Matthew Rice

Dr Jonathan Serjeant

Workshop D: Transformational change case studies

11:45 AM 12:50 PM

Tricia Boyle

DH Dan Hopewell

Brendan Martin

Shilpa Ross

Andrea Stoker

George Tadros

Rob Trimble

Buffet lunch, exhibition and networking

12:50 PM 01:40 PM

Workshops A, B, C and D are repeated

01:40 PM 02:45 PM

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

02:45 PM 03:05 PM

Session four: How do we work together to transform the future of health and care?

03:05 PM 04:30 PM

Vicky Browning

Dr Nav Chana

Matthew Kershaw

Nicola Kingston

Samira Ben Omar

Debbie Sorkin

Simon Stevens

Councillor Linda Thomas

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Media partner

Speakers

Attendees

Allison Trimble

Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund
Allison is a personal, organisational and system development consultant with more than 25 years' experience in the regeneration, health and social care sectors. She has extensive experience of working with senior leaders in the public sector as well as working with third sector and community-based leaders. Allison draws on a range of system development approaches including whole systems and psychodynamic ideas.

Allison is a founder member and former chief executive of the Bromley-by-Bow Centre, an integrated health and community regeneration organisation in Tower Hamlets. She has a particular interest in facilitating relationships across the public sector and with communities, patients and third sector partners to develop a more integrated health and social care system.

Read Allisons' articles and blogs.

10 May

Andrea Stoker

Programme Manager
Northumbria Healthcare NHS FT
Andrea Stoker was appointed as Head of Quality and Programme Delivery in 2017.

Andrea has over 15 years’ experience of operational management having been responsible for a wide range of clinical teams and services over that time, from long term conditions, community hospitals to acute and emergency care.

Andrea has been involved in service transformation since 2010 when she became Programme Manager for the Northumbria specialist emergency care hospital development. She spent 5 years working with teams to shape plans from the design stage through to the HR strategy, procurement plan and ultimately to the programme for opening in June 2015. The hospital is the first purpose-built facility of its kind in the UK.

Andrea is currently responsible for the development of quality improvement strategies across the Trust, building capacity and capability at all levels of the organisation.

10 May

AA

Anne-Marie Archard

Director
London Leadership Academy

10 May

Baroness Dido Harding

Chair
NHS Improvement
Dido became Chair of NHS Improvement on 30 October 2017.
She is a non-executive director on The Court of The Bank of England and Chair of the Bank’s Remuneration Committee. She was Chief Executive of TalkTalk Telecom Group PLC from 2010 to May 2017. Prior to TalkTalk, Dido was Sainsbury's convenience director, having been appointed to Sainsbury's operating board in March 2008. Dido joined Sainsbury's from Tesco PLC where she held a variety of senior roles both in the UK and international businesses.

Prior to this, she worked at Kingfisher plc and Thomas Cook Limited where she gained considerable retail experience. She has also served on the boards of The British Land Company PLC and Cheltenham Racecourse. She is a trustee of Doteveryone and a member of the UK National Holocaust Foundation Board.

In August 2014 Dido was offered a Peerage and sits in the House of Lords as a Conservative Peer. She was appointed to the Economic Affairs Committee of the Lords in July 2017. Dido is married to politician John Penrose, has two children and in what spare time she has left is a jockey and racehorse owner.

10 May

BB

Bernie Brooks

Associate, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund

10 May

Birju Bartoli

Executive Director of Systems, Strategy and Transformation
Northumbria Healthcare NHS FT
Birju Bartoli was named Executive Director of Systems, Strategy and Transformation in 2017 having previously been Executive Director of Performance and Governance since 2012.

She was the senior responsible officer for the Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital which opened in June 2015, the first purpose built hospital of its kind in the country providing 7 day consultant delivered care at specialty level.

She has been pivotal in the recent developments of the leadership and governance arrangements re whole system thinking and accountability in Northumberland and is currently, through wide clinical engagement, developing the next phase of the local system wide clinical strategy.
Birju has worked for the trust since 2003 when she joined after completing the NHS management training scheme – she was a scientist in academia prior to moving into the NHS. Over the years she has worked in a number of different operational roles as a senior manager, before moving into a corporate Director role.

She holds a number of healthcare qualifications including an applied biochemistry degree and a PhD in cancer research

Brendan Martin

Managing Director
Public World and Buurtzorg Britain and Ireland
Brendan Martin is managing director of Buurtozrg Britain & Ireland, a partnership between Buurtzorg and Public World, which he founded. Public World is a social enterprise that works to improve public service performance by improving staff involvement and relationships with service users and communities.

Before Public World’s partnership with Buurtzorg, Brendan supported culture change by facilitating workplace conversations to improve team work and staff engagement, to promote equality and diversity, and to combat bullying. With experience in more than 70 countries, Brendan’s recent British clients have includedseveral NHS Foundations Trusts and local authorities, as well NHS Employers, the NHS Leadership Academy and the Care Quality Commission.

Buurtzorg Britain & Ireland is currently supporting the establishment and development of self-managed teams providing holistic health and social care at home in more than 20 locations, providing learning and development support, business case development and organizational change advice to NHS and local government organisations and social enterprises.

A journalist, editor and broadcaster by background, Brendan has written widely about public service reform, is a graduate of the University of Exeter and a Fellow of the RSA, and has served on specialist advisory groups of the UN and OECD.

10 May

Clare Panniker

Chief Executive
Multiple!
Clare Panniker is joint Chief Executive of Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust and Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

A registered nurse, Clare also has a business degree and has worked in the NHS for more than 25 years.

As Chief Executive and Accountable Officer for the Trust, Clare carries full responsibility for the Trust's performance, forward planning and leadership of the Executive Team and Clinical Directors.

10 May

Councillor Linda Thomas

Leader
Bolton Council
Linda's GMCA responsibility is Culture, Arts and Leisure.

She has been a councillor for more than thirty years and was first elected in 1988 in Westhoughton ward, later going on to serve Halliwell ward which she has represented since 1995.

Since joining the Local Government Association in 2007, Cllr Thomas has represented the voice of councils nationally across a range of portfolios. She is currently vice chair of LGA Community Wellbeing Board.

Cllr Thomas has been Deputy Leader of Bolton Council since 2006 and has held responsibility for adult services, education and health. She is also chair of Bolton’s Health and Wellbeing Board.

Bolton boasts the largest logistics site in the North West of England; the innovative University of Bolton campus; one of the finest Egyptology collections in the UK; a unique retail and leisure offer at the historic Market Place Shopping Centre; and the North West’s biggest Food and Drink Festival, annually showcasing the best of Bolton, to crowds from far and wide.

Councillor Thomas writes a regular blog on local government issues

10 May

DH

Dan Hopewell

Director of Knowledge and Innovation
Bromley By Bow Centre
Dan is Director of Knowledge and Innovation at the Centre and was previously the Director of Strategy and Director of Services. Prior to arriving at Bromley by Bow Dan taught art at Barnet College. Before that he worked in Esteli in Nicaragua for 15 years developing highly effective programmes for street children and young people based around public art.

10 May

Debbie Sorkin

National Director of Systems Leadership
The Leadership Centre
Debbie Sorkin is National Director of Systems Leadership at the Leadership Centre, a national charity that specialises in strengthening leadership across public services. Debbie is responsible for the Centre’s systems leadership work. This has included a systems leadership programme across England, backed by the NHS, local and national government, public health and social care organisations, which has encompassed research, cross-sector leadership development and place-based support, working in some 60 places around the country. More recently, Debbie led analogous support programmes for the Health and Social Care Integration Pioneers. She is currently responsible for a programme commissioned by NHS England, providing on-the-ground systems leadership support to A&E Delivery Boards around the country. Debbie is a Faculty Member for NHS England’s Virtual Academy of Large-Scale Change, and she speaks and writes extensively on systems leadership issues.

10 May

Dr Darren Leech

Director
NHS Elect
Dr Darren Leech works as a Director at NHS Elect. Darren’s professional background is in pharmacy. This is complimented by 15 years of operational experience in the acute sector of the NHS. His primary research areas are leadership and competition.

10 May

Dr Durka Dougall

Senior Consultant
The King’s Fund
Durka is a senior consultant in the Leadership and Organisational Development team. Before joining the Fund, Durka worked for NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group as Head of Population Health Improvement and Transformation supporting 13 health and care organisations to improve the health of 600,000 people across two London boroughs. She has also worked for Health Education England as a public health consultant and quality improvement specialist. Previously, Durka worked in trauma and orthopaedic surgery at King’s College Hospital and as a senior NHS commissioning manager in London.

Durka has experience of working across local, regional and international organisations to improve health and care by understanding needs, designing interventions to address these, evaluating outcomes, supporting system re-design and leading change on a large scale. Durka holds a Masters in health care leadership, a Masters in public health, a Fellowship in public health and was named NHS Emerging Leader of the Year by the London Leadership Academy in 2014.

Read Durkas' blogs.

10 May

10 May

Dr Johnny Boylan

Clinical Fellow
The Royal College of Physicians
Johnny graduated in medicine from Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) in 2010 after completing a certificate in American Business Practice at Boston University in 2005.

While working in psychiatry during foundation training, Johnny was awarded a commendation in the QUB postgraduate diploma in Mental Health in 2012. On completion of core medical training in Belfast, Johnny started higher specialist training in Genitourinary Medicine at the Bristol Royal Infirmary in 2014. Enthusiastic about medical education, Johnny is an honorary lecturer at the University of Bristol and is midway through the Diploma in Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals at the University of Bristol.

Over the past two years Johnny has served on both the national committee of the HIV Trainees’ Club and the University Hospitals’ Bristol Junior Doctor and Dentist Committee which strives to improve the quality of teaching and training for Bristol trainees.

Johnny has published on the topic of diversity awareness in medical education and is interested in equality and inclusion within medical recruitment, retention and leadership. His role as Women in Medicine fellow at the RCP will involve challenging perceived and real barriers to women working in consultant and leadership roles within the NHS.

10 May

Dr Jonathan Serjeant

GP and co-founder
NHS Collaborate
Dr Jonathan Serjeant is a social entrepreneur and GP focused on how to make a difference to people and communities through innovative healthcare delivery.

Jonathan is a co-founder of NHS Collaborate and co-founder and director of creative partnerships at Here, Care Unbound Ltd (a not for profit social enterprise).

Jonathan has a passion for developing partnerships, and supporting leaders to deliver innovative systems of care for populations. He has successfully developed and grown multiple companies from concept to sustainability

10 May

Dr Michael Holmes

GP and co-founder
NHS Collaborate
Mike is the Clinical Lead for the RCGP’s GP at Scale and QI Ready Programmes. He graduated in 1995 and completed Vocational Training in York in 2002. He has been a partner at Haxby Group since 2002 and has been part of the team that has helped the practice to grow and diversify – it now cares for 50,000 patients across the cities of York and Hull holding both primary care and community pharmacy contracts. He is a GP with an extended role in Vasectomy delivering the service for two neighbouring CCGs. He is the Chair of Nimbus Care Ltd – a multi-practice organisation caring for 130,000 patients working to deliver health care as part of a Primary Care Home model in the City of York.

Mike has interests in clinical leadership and development of the workforce in primary care. He is currently a GP member of the Health Education England’s LETB in the North and is leading the development of Advanced Clinical Practitioners at the LWAB in the Humber Coast and Vale STP. He part of the core group at NHS Collaborate – a movement focused on supporting GP leaders working at scale (www.NHSCollaborate.org). He has previously held the post of Associate Medical Director for Hull CCG and is currently a board member of the RCGP’s Humber and the Ridings Faculty representing them on RCGP Council.

10 May

Dr Nav Chana

Chairman
National Association of Primary Care
Dr Nav Chana is Clinical Adviser for Workforce Redesign, New Care Models Programme and Chair of the National Association of Primary Care.

Nav is also a GP at the Cricket Green Medical Practice where he has been a GP for 25 years. He is Chairman of the National Association of Primary Care where he has co-led the development of the ‘primary care home’ model, which is one of the new care model programs endorsed by NHS England.

He has had a varied career in healthcare education and continues as an adviser to Health Education England (South London). He was previously a Director of Education Quality (DEQ) for Health Education South London, and prior to that the Postgraduate Dean for General Practice and Community Based Education from 2010.

10 May

Dr Rob Worrall

Principal Lecturer, External Engagement
University of Sunderland
Rob joined the Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism in 2013. He works collaboratively across the faculty and wider university connecting employers to his students, staff and other organisations through initiatives such as the guest speaker programmes, business breakfast seminars and the Faculty Advisory Panel. 

Rob has a strong focus on leadership development and professional practice, devising and hosting a seminar on Emerging Leaders for the British Academy of Management. He is also experienced in needs analysis, programme design and evaluation and is frequently commissioned to provide bespoke input to in-company senior strategy and leadership development programmes.

Rob is currently carrying out research consultancy with DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture and its partners on place-based leadership development for Intersectoral Urban Violence Prevention in Kenya, Uganda and Guatemala.

Dr Worrall is Programme Leader for the MBA Senior Leader Masters Degree Apprenticeship. He is also Programme Leader for the University Certificates of Postgraduate Study in Leadership and Transformation and Professional Learning and Transformation. 

Rob was also co lead on the development of BA (Hons) Management and Leadership Practice Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship.

Rob is an External Examiner for a number of universities, a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the Chartered Management Institute. He is also a Board Member and Adviser to community-based and arts-based organisations. 

Rob's previous experiences include Programme Leader and Strategic Relationship Manager at the National School of Government, Assistant Chief Executive of a Regional Assembly and over 25 years’ regional, national and international experience as a practitioner leader. He has also taught and designed courses for Northumbria, London Metropolitan and BBP University College. He mainly teacesh on bespoke leadership and professional development courses for emerging leaders across a wide range of sectors.

10 May

George Tadros

Clinical Director, Urgent Care Pathway
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust

Professor George Tadros is a consultant in old age liaison psychiatry and a clinical lead for our pioneering Rapid Assessment, Interface and Discharge service based at City Hospital in Winson Green. He is also professor of mental health and ageing at Staffordshire University.

10 May

Jack Graham

Founder and Chief Executive
Year Here
Jack is the CEO and Founder of Year Here.

He is also a Clore Social Leadership Fellow, an advisor to Public Practice and on the board of Year Here ventures Element and Settle. He was also named one of Nesta and The Observer's 50 New Radicals.

Before founding Year Here, Jack worked at the Young Foundation, a centre for social innovation. Through the Foundation's education investment fund, he invested in Working Rite, Vi-Ability and Enabling Enterprise and co-authored Growing Social Ventures.

He has a background in youth leadership, having run Leonard Cheshire Disability’s international internship scheme, adapted the Faking It TV series into an intensive employability programme for unemployed East Londoners and worked as Head of Operations of an HIV/AIDS NGO in Zambia.

10 May

Matthew Kershaw

Senior Fellow
The King’s Fund
Matthew works in the Policy team and has more than 25 years’ experience in the NHS, most recently as Chief Executive of East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust. Before joining East Kent, Matthew was Chief Executive of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust for three years.

He has led the Kent Cancer Alliance, chaired the Kent Surrey and Sussex Clinical Research Network, and has been a member of the Health Education England Kent Surrey and Sussex governing body. He has also worked with the Care Quality Commission.
Matthew’s early career was in Berkshire, Surrey and Sussex in operational and director roles, including as Chief Operating Officer at East Kent Hospitals and subsequently Chief Executive of Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust. He has also held a number of national roles for the Department of Health including developing the delivery plan for the 18-week referral-to-treatment target and being the first trust special administrator.

Read Matthews' blogs.

10 May

Matthew Rice

Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund
Matthew is part of the Fund’s leadership and organisational development team and works on a number of open leadership development programmes, from those aimed at new leaders to those aimed at the most senior clinical leaders. He also co-directs the Top Manager programme. Recent commissioned programmes include those in support of medical leadership development at Barts Healthcare NHS Trust, North Middlesex University Hospitals NHS Trust and Barking, Havering & Redbridge clinical commissioning groups.

Before joining the Fund in 2013, Matthew worked in leadership and organisational development roles in a range of health and care contexts. He is particularly interested in exploring how psychoanalytic principles can be used in an everyday consulting capacity to help individuals, teams and organisations be the best they can be.

Read Matthews' articles and blogs.

10 May

Nicola Kingston

Patient Voice
London Senate
Nicola Kingston is involved in Lambeth and Southwark with the integration of health and care. She was previously Healthwatch Lambeth Co-chair, and sat on the Health and Wellbeing board and the CCG. Nicola is a carer, and prior to retiring, worked in Public Health, and in Housing and Regeneration.

She is an advocate for patient leadership and coproduction, as well as patient involvement in quality improvement. She believes that the diversity of London is a strength and we should work together to address health inequalities. She was named as one of the HSJ’s Patient Leaders.

Nicola was a member of the programme board for the London Clinical Senate’s Self Care Programme.

Nicola attends the Senate Council as an alternate if the PPV Chair or Vice Chair is not available.

10 May

Professor Chris Ham

Chief Executive
The King’s Fund
Chris leads the Fund’s work. He rejoined the Fund in 2010, having previously worked here between 1986 and 1992. He has held posts at the universities of Birmingham, Bristol and Leeds and is currently emeritus professor at the University of Birmingham. He is an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London and The Royal College of General Practitioners.

Chris was director of the strategy unit in the Department of Health between 2000 and 2004, has advised the WHO and the World Bank, and has acted as a consultant to a number of governments. He has been a non-executive director of the Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, and a governor of the Health Foundation and the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation.

Chris researches and writes on all aspects of health reform and is a sought-after speaker. He was awarded a CBE in 2004 for his services to the NHS and an honorary doctorate by the University of Kent in 2012.

Read Chris' reports and blogs.

10 May

Rob Trimble

Chief Executive
Bromley By Bow Centre
Rob Trimble is the Chief Executive of the Bromley by Bow Centre. In 2016 he was named by the Sunday Times and Debretts as one of the 500 Most Influential People in the UK.

Over the past 30 years the Bromley by Bow Centre has helped transform the lives of thousands of people in East London. It has achieved this by providing a distinctive, holistic and easily accessible range of integrated services in one place. The services available stretch from healthcare for local residents to opportunities to set up your own business; from support with tackling credit card debts to becoming a stained glass artist. Under Rob’s leadership the Bromley by Bow Centre has risen up the Sunday Times Best Not-for-Profits to Work For and is now 22nd in the UK’s Top 100.

Rob is also a Partner in the Bromley by Bow Health Partnership which delivers primary care services to 37,000 patients across four GP practices in East London. In addition, he is a Director of Allia, a charity based in Cambridge which creates incubator space for small businesses and is the UK’s foremost issuer of charity bonds. He is also the Chair of Year Here venture Settle, a charity that supports young people moving into their first homes. He has recently been appointed as a Patron to the Reader Organisation which uses the power of reading to effect change in the lives of people in venues as varied as health centres and prisons.

10 May

Samira Ben Omar

Head of Systems Change, Accountable Care System
North West London Collaboration of CCGs
Samira has over 20 years’ experience of working in grassroots community and voluntary , public health, local authority and NHS commissioning sectors. She led on various health improvement and peer support programmes the development of the Community Champions Programme, a community asset based model of health and wellbeing; she was also Programme Lead for the London Clinical Senate Made in London - on creating a self-care commissioning framework for Young Adults. Samira is currently working on Integrated Care System for North West London Collaboration of CCGs as Head of Systems Change.

10 May

Shilpa Ross

Senior Researcher, Policy
The King's Fund
Shilpa is a senior researcher in the policy team and works on a range of health and social care research programmes. Her current projects include emerging lessons from clinical commissioning groups and the future of HIV services in England. She has recently co-authored a number of publications for The King’s Fund, including Bringing together physical and mental health.

Before joining The King’s Fund in 2009, Shilpa’s research focused on the resettlement of offenders and substance misuse treatment. She has extensive experience in qualitative research with practitioners, service users and policy-makers.

10 May

Simon Stevens

Chief Executive
NHS England
Simon Stevens is CEO of NHS England, which leads the NHS' work nationally to improve health and ensure high quality care for all. As the NHS Accounting Officer he is also accountable to Parliament for over £100 billion of annual Health Service funding.

Simon joined the NHS through its Graduate Training Scheme in 1988. As a frontline NHS manager he subsequently led acute hospitals, mental health and community services, primary care and health commissioning in the North East of England, London and the South Coast. He also served seven years as the Prime Minister’s Health Adviser at 10 Downing Street, and as policy adviser to successive Health Secretaries at the Department of Health.

Simon was born in Birmingham, and was educated at Balliol College, Oxford University; Strathclyde University, Glasgow; and Columbia University, New York where he was Harkness Fellow at the New York City Health Department. He is married with two school-age children, and volunteers as a director of the Commonwealth Fund, a leading international health charity. He has also been a trustee of the Kings Fund and the Nuffield Trust and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics.

10 May

Sir David Sloman

Chief Executive
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Sir David Sloman has been the chief executive of the Royal Free London since 2009. During this time he has been successful in obtaining foundation trust status for the organisation and overseeing the acquisition of Barnet hospital and Chase Farm hospital in July 2014.In August 2016 the Royal Free London was authorised as a hospital group and in 2017 he became the Accountable Officer for the North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust. Sir David was formerly chief executive of the Whittington Hospital and before that he was chief executive of NHS Haringey.

Sir David, who is one of London’s longest-serving hospital chief executives, was recognised for ‘services to the NHS’ in the 2017 New Year’s Honours List.

Sir David is also a board member of University College London Partners Academic Healthcare Centre.

10 May

Stephanie Holden

Managed Service Director
Philips UK &I
Stephanie leads the Managed Service Business for UK&I. With 18years experience in radiology and healthcare management, she has a deep understanding of the NHS culture and challenges and how Philips solutions can contribute to improved performance, experience and outcomes.

Stephanie spent 12 years in clinical training, product development and sales management roles before moving into operational management for managed services. In her role as an Operations Manager Stephanie spent over two years at Ashford and St. Peters NHS Foundation Trust, helping them make the most out of their partnership with Philips.

In her current role Stephanie is responsible for the growth of the Managed Service Business, ensuring that we bring the right solutions to market to meet customer expectations and build strong mutually beneficial partnerships.

10 May

Susie Perks-Baker

Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund
Susie Perks-Baker works part time in the leadership and organisational development team at The King’s Fund (London, UK).

She is the course director for:
  • the Athena programme (senior women’s leadership)
  • the Emerging Clinical Leaders programme
  • the Clinical Scientists - Knowledge Transfer and Leadership Development programme (commissioned by the Office of the Chief Scientific Officer, NHS England)
  • She is also the internal coach supervisor for The King’s Fund.
  • Other work includes bespoke leadership and organizational development support for NHS Trusts or related entities.

On an independent basis, Susie also holds a part time post working as the senior advisor to The Ministry of Health in Saudi Arabia, specifically in relation to the establishment of a Healthcare Academy – constituting both a technical / managerial skills Institute and the first Institute of Leadership Development. The Institutes are being developed in service of the unprecedented health care transformation journey on which the country has embarked.

Susie has held senior clinical and academic posts both in the UK and internationally and has published widely. Before joining The King’s Fund in 2015, she was Executive Director of Organizational Development and Leadership Development for Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar.

As a result of her international experience in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, she has a particular interest in cross-cultural skill development. She is well known for her communication, relationship and team building skills alongside her grasp of both strategic and operational issues and deep commitment to capability development.
In addition to her professional qualifications she holds a first-class degree in education for health care professionals, a Post Graduate Diploma in French, an MSc in clinical research (Distinction) and a PhD in medical anthropology. She is also a qualified executive coach. 

10 May

Tricia Boyle

Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund
Tricia contributes to both the open and tailored leadership programmes at The King’s Fund, as well as offering customised consulting and coaching services.

Before joining the Fund in 2016, she was Head of Organisational Development in a regional board in Scotland, providing services in both the acute and community sectors. Before joining the NHS, Tricia worked as an external consultant across all sectors and in senior management positions in local government.

Among her consulting skills she has specialist skills in the design and facilitation of dialogue processes for resolving organisational issues. These skills are best employed where there is a need for open conversation about complex issues, usually helping stakeholders to find a collective way through the issues. Collaborative leadership is a particular area of interest and current research.

Tricia has a Masters in organisational consulting, is an accredited coach and is British Psychological Society accredited in psychometric test use.

10 May

Vicky Browning

Chief Executive
Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO)
Vicky Browning has headed up ACEVO, the network of civil society leaders, since February 2017.

ACEVO believes that great leaders make the biggest difference. Through its network ACEVO inspires and enables civil society leaders to have the vision, energy and leadership to change the world for the better. Vicky works with the ACEVO team and trustees to support, represent and encourage ACEVO’s members in their ambition to create change.

Vicky joined ACEVO from CharityComms, the membership network for communications professionals in UK charities, where she was director since March 2010.

A former magazine journalist, editor and publisher, Vicky worked at Haymarket Publishing, the UK's largest privately owned publishing company for 16 years during the nineties and noughties. She was publishing director of a host of business titles including Third Sector and ad-industry bible Campaign, as well as spending two years in New York heading the launch team of internet marketing title Revolution US. Vicky then enjoyed six years as an independent publishing consultant, offering management consultancy, product development and marketing services to a range of clients, before joining CharityComms and ACEVO.

www.acevo.org.uk

10 May

AW

Adam Williams

Regional Operations Manager
St John Ambulance
AT

Adrian Tams

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
AM

Alex Matthews-King

Health Correspondent
The Independnet
AK

Alison Kaye

Independent Living Development Manager
British Red Cross
AK

Alison Kingscott

Director of Human Resources, OD and Communications
NHS South Central and West CSU
AS

Alison Sample

Practice Manager
Whickham Cottage Medical Practice
AP

Alkmini Petraki

NEL Healthcare Consulting
Consultant
AP

Alkmini Petraki

Consultant
NEL CSU
AB

Amanda Battey

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
AF

Andrew Furlong

Medical Director
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
AL

Andrew Leatherland

Head of Service Innovation & Evaluation
British Heart Foundation
AC

Andy Cachaldora

Director of Business Development
Philips
AB

Angela Bosnjak-Szekeres

Associate Director of Corporate Governance
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
AM

Angela McClintock

Practice Manager
Central Gateshead Medical Group
AM

Anita Miller

Clinical Services Manager
St Barnabas Hospice
AS

Anne Shaw

Chair
NLaG NHS Foundation Trust
AT

Anne Taylor

Chief Executive Officer
Thorngate Churcher Trust
AM

Ann Macintyre

Chair - London HRD Network
NHS Employers
AT

Ann Taylor

Chief Executive Officer
Hilton Nursing Partners
BM

Bailey Mitchell

Deputy Borough Director
NHS
BB

Barbara Bradbury

Doctoral Student
University of Birmingham
BM

Beata Malinowska

NEL Healthcare Consulting
Assistant Director
BM

Beata Malinowska

Assistant Director
NEL CSU
BL

Beverley Lignum

NEL Healthcare Consulting
Consultant
CA

Callum Ambridge

Assistant General Manager
NHS Dumfries and Galloway
CC

Caroline Corrigan

National Director of People Strategy
NHS Improvement
CD

Caroline Durack

Director of Operations
Hammersmith and Fulham GP Federation
CH

Caroline Haynes

Director of HR & OD
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
CB

Caron Bouckley

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
CH

Catherine Hope-MacLellan

Director of People
Hampshire Hospitals NHS FT
CF

Cedi Frederick

Non Executive Director
Barnet, Enfield & Haringey MH NHS Trust
CA

Ceri Armstrong

Senior Health & Social Care Development Manager
Thurrock Council
CB

Chris Bown

BSW STP SRO
Bath, North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire STP
CE

Chris Edworthy

Head of Organisational Development
Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
CO

Chris O'Neill

STP Programme Director
Humber, Coast and Vale STP
CQ

Christina Quinn

Director
NHS South West Leadership Academy
CH

Christine Hartridge

Business Development Manager
Transformation Services, Philips
CR

Christopher Rye

Trustee
The People's Forum
CB

Colin Brown

UK Director - Independent Living & Crisis Response
British Red Cross
CD

Colin Davidson

Dr & East Dorset Locality Lead
Cranborne Practice
CH

Colm Henry

National Clinical Advisor and Group Lead
HSE Acute Hospitals Division
DB

Dan Beety

Head of Government Affairs and NHS Relations
AstraZeneca
DC

Daniel Casson

Assistant Director, Business Development
Jewish Care
DW

Dave West

Senior Bureau Chief
HSJ
DB

David Brown

General Manager Primary Care Development
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
DM

David Meikle

Managing Director
Strasys
DR

David Richardson

Dr & Poole North Locality Lead
Canford Heath Group Practice
DS

David Smith

Senior Advisor
Newton
DY

David Young

Head of Leadership Development
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
DG

Debbie Goulding

Senior Consultant
North of England Commissioning Support Unit - West Midlands GPFV
DF

Deborah Fisher OBE

Director Crisis Response and Independent Living
British Red Cross
DG

Deborah Goodman

Associate Director of Operations
Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
DM

Deborah McKenzie

Chief People Officer
Public Health England
DB

Della Burgess

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
DE

Denis Enright

Associate Director of Operations
Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust
DO

Dermot O'Flynn

Programme Director
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
DY

Dillan Yogendra

Managing Editor
HIMSS Europe
DB

Donna Bradbury

Social Care Course Leader
Researcher
DM

Dr Abigail Masterson

Director
Abi Masterson Consulting Ltd.
DH

Dr Abiye Hector-Goma

GP Partner
Allerton Medical Centre
DM

Dr Adam Morris

Chief Executive Officer
Livewell Southwest CiC
DB

Dr Ali Bokhari

Consultant Paediatrician
Darent Valley Hospital
DM

Dr Alison Masters

Medical Director
Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service
DL

Dr Amar Latif

NHS Oxfordshire CCG
Clinical Lead, Long Term Conditions
DP

Dr Andy Presland

Anaesthetic Service Director
Moorfields Eye Hospital
DH

Dr Angela Halley

Consultant - Palliative Care
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
DG

Dr Asher Giora

Locum Consultant Psychiatrist
Pulse Jobs
DL

Dr Bisola Laguda

Consultant
Chelsea and Westminster
DW

Dr Bridget Wilkins

Director of Clinical Effectiveness
Royal College of Pathologists
DB

Dr Chidambaram Balachander

GP
Medway CCG
DB

Dr Diana Badcock

Senior Medical Operations officer and ED Director
Bendigo Health
DR

Dr Glen Randall

Associate Professor
McMaster University
DS

Dr Gordon Sinclair

Chair
NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group
DM

Dr Hugo Minney

Chief Executive
TyneHealth GP Federation
DS

Dr Jessica Sokolov

Deputy Clinical Chair
Shropshire CCG
DP

Dr Julian Povey

Chair
Shropshire CCG
DK

Dr Lady Beth Keeley

Independent Advisor
Police
DL

Dr Linda Latham

Corporate and Executive Coach
Latham Cairns Ltd
DN

Dr Linda Nutting

GP
Central Gateshead Medical Group
DK

Dr Lucy Knight

Medical Director
Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
DC

Dr Maddalena Campioni

Researcher
University of Venice
DG

Dr Malte Gerhold

Executive Director
Care Quality Commission
DS

Dr Mark Sanderson

Deputy regional Medical Director
NHS England
DR

Dr Melinda Rees

Managing Director
Beacon UK
DN

Dr Mike Nosa-Ehima

GP Trainee
NHS / The King's Fund
DM

Dr Nadeem Moghal

Executive Medical Director
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Trust
DY

Dr Nadia Yousaf

Consultant Medical Oncologist (AOS/Lung)
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
DK

Dr Nikita Kanani

Deputy Medical Director of Primary Care
NHS England
DS

Dr Philip Schwab

Director Government Affairs
Abbvie
DD

Dr Rachael De Caux

Regional Medical Director NHS Improvement
NHS
DC

Dr Rachel Carling

Consultant Clinical Scientist & Clinical Lead
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
DS

Dr Riaan Swanepoel

GP Child and Adult safeguarding
North Tyneside CCG
DH

Dr Russell Hills

Clinical Chair
Surrey Downs CCG
DA

Dr Ruth Alcolado

Deputy Medical Director
Cwm Taf University Health Board
DS

Dr Sabitha Sridhar

Consultant
Oxleas NHS
DS

Dr Sadie Syed

Consultant Anaesthetist
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
DH

Dr Sameena Hassan

GP
Chopwell Primary Health Care Centre
DE

Dr Sami Ekeocha

Forensic Medical Examiner
Mountain Healthcare ltd
DK

Dr Sandeep Kapur

GP
Park Practice
DL

Dr Satvinder Lall

GP
Medway CCG
DA

Dr Sharon Avery

Consultant Anaesthetist
Western Sussex Hospitals FT
DC

Dr Skandhini Carthigesan

Consultant
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
DM

Dr Sonja Manton

Joint Director of Strategy
New Devon CCG
DH

Dr Stephen Harper

Partner
Mill Stream Surgery
DG

Dr Sunil Gupta

Vice Chair
East of Clinical Senate Council
DL

Dr Susan La Brooy

Medical Director
NW London CCGs
DJ

Dr Tim Jones

Paediatric Consultant
NHS
DT

Dr Tim Taylor

Medical Director
Western Sussex Hospitals NHSFT
DH

Dr Tom Hurst

Consultant
King's College Hospital
DD

Dr Vin Diwakar

Medical Director London Regional
NHS England
DO

Dr Will Owen

GP trainee & clinical fellow
NHS England
DC

Dr Yossi Cohen

Physician Executive
InterSystems
EB

Eamann Breen

Senior Contract Manager
NHS City and Hackney CCG
ET

Ed Tallis

Head of Services - London
Macmillan Cancer Support
EC

Eleanor Clark

Senior Network Manager East
Cumbria Partnership NHS FT
ER

Emma Ray

Executive Manager
Canterbury Medical Practice
ES

Emma Spragg

Director, Independent Living and Crisis Response
British Red Cross
ET

Emma Torevell

Customer Delivery Director
NHS South Central and West CSU
EW

Emma Wakelin

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
FK

Fatima Khasimi

Chaplain
Barts Health NHS Trust
FB

Faye Beddow

OD Practitioner
NHS South West Leadership Academy
FA

Fiona Adamson

Chief Executive Officer
Hartlepool and Stockton Health
FC

Fiona Carragher

Deputy Chief Scientific Officer
NHS England
FC

Fiona Culley

Managing Director
Culley Associates Ltd
FP

Fiona Pickering

Director
Castleman Healthcare Ltd
FW

Fiona Wolfe

Service Improvement Project Manager
Sheffield Teaching Hospital
FW

Frances Wiseman

Assistant Director
The Health Foundation
GG

Gareth George

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
GH

George Huitson

Account Director
The Guardian
GD

Gergana Dimova

Marketing Manager Healthcare
Philips UKI
GC

Gillian Crooks

Head of OD for One Acute Network
Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals Foundation Trust
GW

Gill Williams

Borough Director
NHS
GG

Guyler Guyler

Director of Integration
Nottingham University Hospitals
HC

Haylie Carr

Director of HR & Services
Dorothy House Hospice
HP

Heather Pitchford

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
HE

Helen Edmunds

Organisational Development Manager
East Sussex Healthcare Trust
HE

Helen England

Chief Executive Officer
Livability
HK

Helen Kilgannon

Strategic Portfolio Lead
AQuA
HS

Helen Smith

Deputy Chief Executive
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
HW

Helen Wilding

Deputy Director of HR and OD
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
HA

Hilary Arden

Executive Director -Service Delivery
National Osteoporosis Society
IW

Ian Wake

Director of Public Health
Thurrock Council
IC

Inderjit Chana

Programme Management Office Officer
Kent and Medway STP
JS

Jacqui Siggers

OD and leadership consultant
Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust
JD

Jade Dear

Talent Engagement Lead
NHS South West Leadership Academy
JE

Jane Earl

Director of Nursing, Quality & Care
Sanctuary Housing Association
JH

Jane Hadley

Lecturer
University College Birmingham
JH

Jane Hatfield

Chief Executive Officer
Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare of the Royal College of Obstetricians
JR

Jane Rowe

Lecturer
Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry
JM

Jason McCulloch

Service Manager, Commissioning
Royal Greenwich Council
JL

Jayne Lewis

Social Care Senior Lecturer
University of Gloucestershire
JH

Jeanette Hucey

Director of Transformation
NHS Thurrock CCG
JG

Jennifer George

Head of performance improvement
South East London CCGs
JB

Jess Baines-Holmes

Head of Service
London Borough of Barnet
JD

Jo Denning

Regional Operations Manager
St Annes Community Services
JJ

John Jameson

Deputy Medical Director
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
JM

John Monahan

Deputy Director
NHS South West Leadership Academy
JV

John Venable

Volunteer
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys Foundation NHS Trust
JE

Jude Emberson

Health and Care Integration Manager
Leicestershire County Council
JC

Julia Cream

The King's Fund
Fellow
JW

Julie Warwick

General Manager
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
KR

Kara Renno

NEL Healthcare Consulting
Senior Consultant
KR

Kara Renno

Senior Consultant
NEL CSU
KB

Karen Broughton

Director of Strategy and Programmes
South West London Health and Care Partnership
KW

Karen Wills

Clinical project coordinator 01-9 HVSN
Cornwall foundation partnership trust
KR

Kathryn Rees

Assistant Director - Transformation
Wigan Council
KA

Katie Adams

Programme Manager - Widening Participation
Health Education England
KK

Katie King

Head of Strategic Partnerships
Hilton Nursing Partners
KK

Katja Konina

Account Director
The Guardian
KB

Katy Brooks

Senior Marketing Manager
Orion Health
KN

Kenny Naughton

Service Line Cluster Manager
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust
KM

Kirit Mistry

Chair
South Asian Health Action Charity
KP

Kirsten Pulley

Clinical Leadership Fellow
Moorfields Eye Hospital
KK

Kush Kanodia

Governor
Chelsea Westminster Foundation Trust Hospital
LK

Lady Beth Keeley

Independent Advisor
LD

Laura Donnely

Health Editor
The Telegraph
LF

Leanne Fishwick

Deputy General Manager, Specialist Services
Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust
LP

Leontina Postelnicu

Reporter
British Journal of Healthcare Computing
LR

Lesley Robertson

Programme Director
NHS North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups
LT

Lisa Thompson

Associate Director - Greenwich Community Services
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
LM

Lorna Mitchell

SW Service Line Lead
West SBU, HPFT
LS

Lorna Soares-Smith

Therapy Lead
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
LH

Louise Hardy

Senior Lecturer
Plymouth University - Peninsula Schools of Medicine & Dentistry
LM

Louise Mitchell

SRO Planned Care Transformation
BHR CCG
LP

Louise Proctor

Managing Director
West London CCG
LP

Lucy Parsons

Matron for Neuroscience
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
MM

Maggie MacIsaac

Chief Executive
Hampshire and IOW CCG Partnership
MT

Marc Thomas

Head of Analytical Services
NHS England
MA

Margaret Ashton-Gray

Head of City finance
Birmingham City Council
MH

Margaret Hanson

Vice Chair
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
MG

Marios Georgiades

Carer
Seven Sisters
MW

Mark Wagstaff

Social Care Senior Lecturer
University of Gloucestershire
MW

Matthew Webb

Chief Officer
Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group
MP

Meena Patel

Delivery Partner
NHS England
MS

Melanie Shearer

GatenbySanderson
Partner
MM

Michaela Morris

Deputy Chief Exec, DHSC
Noble's Hospital
MO

Miguel Oliveira

Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
NC

Natalie Clennell

Senior finance manager
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust
NB

Nick Barlow

Associate Director
Newton
NM

Nick McDermott

Health Editor
The Sun
NR

Nick Renaud-Komiya

Editor
Hospital Times
NB

Nicola Bent

Programme Director
NICE
NW

Nicola Windsor

Transformation Project Manager
North East London NHS Foundation Trust
NS

Nishan Sunthares

Chief Operating Officer
Association of British Healthcare Industries
NH

Noel Hargrave

Clinical Director
The Counselling Foundation
OJ

Olga Jones

Service Review Programme Lead
NHS England
OH

Orlando Hampton

Portfolio Manager
Health Education England
PD

Pamela Donnelly

Lay Member
NHS North East Essex CCG
PZ

Patricia Zebiri

OD Consultant
Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
PH

Patrick Hanrahan

HelpForce Community CIC
PV

Paula Varndell-Dawes

Project Manager
Sentinel CiC
PB

Peter Blackburn

Senior Staff Writer
British Medical Association
PC

Phil Clow

Head of Pacific
NHSBSA
PA

Prof Jane Anderson

Visiting Fellow
The King's Fund
PA

Prof Jane Anderson

Visiting Fellow
The King's Fund
PS

Prof Jenny Simpson

Senior Advisor
Newton
PW

Prof Vanessa Webb

Medical Director
Mountain Healthcare ltd
RB

Rachel Brickman

Mediator
independent consultancy
RP

Rachel Pearce

Director of Commissioning Operations
NHS England
RM

Rebecca McKay

Chief Operating Officer
CRN Wessex
RP

Richard Price

Head of National Policy & Programmes
Boehringer Ingelheim
RS

Richard Sumray

Chairman
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
RC

robert cuming

Chief Executive Officer
The Counselling Foundation
RJ

Robert Johnstone

Chair
Access Matters
RW

Robin Webb

Chief Executive Officer
Isabel Hospice
RR

Rob Rotchell

Cabinet Member - Adults
Cornwall Council
RG

Ruth Gretton

Executive Clinical Lead Inpatient Services
Dorothy House Hospice Care
SC

Sadie Canning-Dossor

Liaison & Diversion Team Manager
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
SR

Saffron Rolph-Wills

Workforce Transformation Manager
Health Education England
SB

Sally Bassett

Senior Nurse
Independent Sector
SH

sally Hulks

The King's Fund
senior consultant
SW

Sally Wardle

Health and Science Correspondent
Press Association
SQ

Sanam Qasem

Sho
NHS
SG

Sandra Grant

STP Workforce and OD lead
Hampshire and Isle of Wight STP (Grant’s People Solutions)
SH

Sarah Hanson

Director of Health, Social & Care
Calico Group Ltd
SM

Sarah Murray

Non-Executive Director
Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust
SN

Sarvesvaran Navaratnam

Co Chair
ECC
SH

Saul Harris

The KIng's Fund
Head of Marketing
SD

Serena Dobson

GatenbySanderson
Senior Consultant
SB

Sophie Borland

Health Editor
Daily Mail
SH

Stephanie Holden

Business Manager - Managed Services UK&I
Philips
SB

Stephen Barrie

County Business Leader for Diabetes Care
BD
SH

Stephen Hart

HEE National Director of Leadership Development
NHS Leadership Academy
SM

Stephen McMillan

Solutions Lead
Philips
SN

Steven Norris

Client Partner
The Guardian
SS

Susan Symington

Chair
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
SM

Susie Maguire

Director of Operations
St Annes Community Services
TG

Teresa Graham

Practice Manager
Second Street Practice
TC

Thomas Charlton

Clinical Fellow
BUPA
TH

Tim Hart

NEL Healthcare Consulting
Consultant
TR

Tom Rossiter

Business Development Manager
NHS South West Leadership Academy
TR

Tom Rossiter

Business Development Manager
NHS South West Leadership Academy
TA

Trevor Arnold

Regional Sales Director
Siemens Healthineers
TW

Trevor Wheatly

Managing Director
Aspire Development
TR

Tyrone Roberts

Director of Nursing
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS trust
VF

Valeria Fiore

Journalist intern
Cogora
VM

Vanessa McClenaghan

Senior Marketing Manager
NHS South, Central and West CSU
VS

Victoria Sawtell

Head of Contracts
NHS NEE CCG
WD

Wayne de Leeuw

Executive Clinical Lead Community Services
Dorothy House Hospice Care
YF

Yo Fung

Consultant
NEL CSU
YF

Yo Fung

NEL Healthcare Consulting
Senior Consultant
ZS

Zoe Spittle

Talent Management Lead
NHS South West Leadership Academy

Philips

At Philips, we look beyond technology to the experiences of consumers, patients, providers and caregivers across the health continuum – from healthy living and prevention to diagnosis, treatment and home care. We unlock insights leading to innovative solutions that enable better care at lower cost. With leading research, design and innovation capabilities, we partner with our customers to transform the delivery of healthcare.

GatenbySanderson

We find and develop leaders that shape a better society.

GatenbySanderson is the UK's foremost public and not-for-profit sector recruitment and people development business. We find and develop exceptional leaders to navigate complex challenges and transform communities. We provide Executive Search, Interim Leadership and Leadership and Talent solutions, underpinned by technology.

South Central and West CSU

South, Central and West’s team of 1,300 skilled professionals provide expert support for over 80 NHS and non-NHS customers - nationally, regionally and locally. As a current delivery partner for 13 STPs we have been at the heart of emerging Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) and the increasing adoption of population health management approaches.

We work as a partner in the system, bringing our unique NHS and commercial experience to tackling the challenges together with customers, partners, patients and service users, guiding them to greater collaboration, integration, and cultural change. With deep roots in the health and social care system we have a passion for supporting customers to address these challenges.

Leading on care transformation, digital transformation, care analytics, and organisational development programmes we provide flexible and cost-effective access to the skills, insight and capacity that systems need to optimise performance, transform services and pathways, and drive increasingly effective person-centred care.  

The Guardian

The Guardian uses innovative audience targeting that allows recruiters to capitalise on the Guardian’s huge online reach. We connect your vacancies to relevant, high quality candidates within the health sector (including 750,000 monthly browsers of our healthcare network, a dedicated editorial space for news, comment and analysis).

We are currently working on a number of branding and attraction campaigns to help position leading NHS trusts/healthcare providers as preferred employers.

Tell us your challenge today, email steven.norris@theguardian.com or call 020 3353 2085

The King's Fund

The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England.

Come and talk to us about our reports and leadership programmes.

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The Guardian

The Guardian uses innovative audience targeting that allows recruiters to capitalise on the Guardian’s huge online reach. We connect your vacancies to relevant, high quality candidates within the health sector (including 750,000 monthly browsers of our healthcare network, a dedicated editorial space for news, comment and analysis).

We are currently working on a number of branding and attraction campaigns to help position leading NHS trusts/healthcare providers as preferred employers.

Tell us your challenge today, email steven.norris@theguardian.com or call 020 3353 2085

Registrations opens, exhibition and networking

08:30 AM 09:55 PM Orangery, ground floor

The breakfast session starts at 9.00am so grab your badge and some refreshments before heading to the Maynard theatre on the lower ground floor
breakfast session

Breakfast session: Women in leadership

09:00 AM 09:45 AM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

The results of our 2013 survey with the HSJ confirmed what we already knew: that support for leadership development is key to enabling more female leaders to progress. Five years later, women globally are still under-represented across all sectors in senior leadership levels.

This session will examine what needs to be done to empower more women to serve in senior roles. It will also discuss how organisations in the healthcare and technology sectors can ensure woman are better represented at a senior level.

  • Susie Perks-Baker, Senior Consultant, Leadership Development, The King’s Fund 
  • Dr Johnny Boylan, Clinical Fellow, Royal College of Physicians
  • Stephanie Holden, Managed service director, Philips UK & Ireland
  • Anne-Marie Archard, Director, London Leadership Academy, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Leadership Academy

This session is sponsored by Philips

Speakers

Session one: opening plenary

09:55 AM 11:20 AM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

09.55am
Welcome and introduction
Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The King’s Fund

Read Chris' reports and blogs.

10.05am
Opening address
  • A focus on leadership as a means of transformation

Baroness Dido Harding, Chair, NHS Improvement

10.20am
Transformational change in health and care
  • What does it take to lead successful health and care transformation? Findings from recent research based on personal experience and in-depth interviews with 42 individuals across 4 sites in the UK and internationally. 

Dr Durka Dougall, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

Find out more: https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/projects/transformational-change-health-social-care

10.35am
The challenges and opportunities of system leadership

Sir David Sloman, Chief Executive, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Clare Panniker, Chief Executive, Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust, Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

11.00am
Questions and discussion

Speakers

David Sloman.pdf Download Link
Dido Harding slides.pdf Download Link
Durka Dougall slides.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

11:20 AM 11:45 AM Orangery, ground floor

Take the time to decide which of the 4 parallel workshops you would like to attend after this tea break
AM Workshops

Workshop A: How place-based leadership development can enable the effective delivery of sustainability and transformation plans

11:45 AM 12:50 PM Garden room, ground floor

  • Hear how developing effective place-based approaches to health and social care through STPs requires a new approach to leadership development.
  • Learn how a new evidence-based model can build capability by helping leaders to surface, accept and consciously work with the dilemmas involved in working across professional, organisational and psychological boundaries. 
  • Understand how the model also facilitates sharing power, relationship building and an interdisciplinary approach for addressing complex issue.

11.45am
Welcome and introduction

Bernie Brooks, Associate, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund
Dr Durka Dougall, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

11.50am
Dr Rob Worrall, Principal Lecturer, External Engagement, University of Sunderland
Dr Darren Leech, Director, NHS Elect

12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Rob Worrall, Darren Leach slides.pdf Download Link
AM Workshops

Workshop B: Innovation and entrepreneurialism: learning from a new generation of health leaders

11:45 AM 12:50 PM Edwards room, first floor

  • Learn about the work, ideas and insights of young entrepreneurs who are leading innovations in health and social care. 
  • Hear examples from the work of young health leaders and reflections and learning about how they are taking up leadership roles in health and social care today.

11.45am
Welcome and introduction

Allison Trimble
, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

11.50am
  • Introducing how Year Here supports entrepreneurial young people to address health and social care challenges in some of our most deprived communities
  • Hear from Year Here Fellows including the founders of Appt, a digital health start-up reimagining the way that GP surgeries communicate with their patients, and InCommon, a social enterprise that supports older people moving into sheltered accommodation to live independently.

Read Allisons' articles and blogs.

Jack Graham, Founder and Chief Executive, Year Here

12.10pm
An opportunity to hear from six of Year Here’s Fellows past and present
Laura McCartney
Hector Smethurst
Margarita Maniati
Beth Pilgrim
Charlotte Whittaker
Hannah Mohammad
Year Here Fellows

12.30pm
Questions and discussions

Speakers

Jack Graham-slides.pdf Download Link
AM Workshops

Workshop C: Lessons learnt from clinicians trying to support transformational change

11:45 AM 12:50 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

11.45am
Welcome and introduction
Matthew Rice, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

  • Overcoming the pressures of day-to-day work and the temptation to maintain the status quo
  • How to work with and influence others to ensure change is sustainable.

11.50am
Working in a more meaningful place

There is an evolving desire among leaders in healthcare to work in a more meaningful place. A place where people take the time to get to know you as a person, make connections that matter, seek to understand how to make sense of the world, listen without judgement or opinion, and allow solutions to evolve through mutual understanding of the same problem.

Our speakers will talk about putting this into practice.

Dr Jonathan Serjeant, GP and co-founder, NHS Collaborate

Dr Michael Holmes, GP and co-founder, NHS Collaborate

12.30pm
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Brendan Martin slides.pdf Download Link
Jonathan Serjeant slides.pdf Download Link
AM Workshops

Workshop D: Transformational change case studies

11:45 AM 12:50 PM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

11.45am
Welcome and introduction

Tricia Boyle, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

Shilpa Ross, Senior Researcher, Policy, The King’s Fund
Matthew Lewis, Visiting Fellow, Policy, The King’s Fund
Sally Hulks, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund

  • This session will start with an overview of four case studies, featuring in our report on ‘Transformational change in health and care’, which focuses on community services, primary care, mental health and acute medicine.
  • Participants will then break into groups and have the opportunity to understand more about what it takes to lead transformational change in different settings. 

11.50am
Case study overviews

Andrea Stoker, Programme Manager, Northumbria Healthcare NHS FT
Birju Bartoli, Executive Director of Systems, Strategy and Transformation, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Brendan Martin, Managing Director, Public World and Buurtzorg Britain and Ireland
George Tadros, Clinical Director, Urgent Care Pathway, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust
Rob Trimble, Chief Executive, Bromley By Bow Centre
Dr Julia Davis, Chair and Assistant Chief Executive, Bromley by Bow Health Partnership

12.10pm
Group discussions

Speakers

Andrea Stoker and Birju Bartoli slides.pdf Download Link
Dan Hopewell slides.pdf Download Link

Buffet lunch, exhibition and networking

12:50 PM 01:40 PM Orangery, ground floor

Enjoy lunch and networking in the orangery
PM workshops

Workshops A, B, C and D are repeated

01:40 PM 02:45 PM

Please make your way to the next workshop of your choice
Andrea Stoker and Birju Bartoli slides.pdf Download Link
Brendan Martin slides.pdf Download Link
Dan Hopewell slides.pdf Download Link
Jack Graham-slides.pdf Download Link
Jonathan Serjeant slides.pdf Download Link
Rob Worrall, Darren Leach slides.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

02:45 PM 03:05 PM Orangery, ground floor

Time for some networking and refreshments

Session four: How do we work together to transform the future of health and care?

03:05 PM 04:30 PM Burdett theatre (main theatre), ground floor

3.05pm
Welcome back
Matthew Kershaw, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

3.10pm
Leading change in the voluntary sector
  • The challenges and opportunities that exist in the current voluntary sector environment
  • Characteristics of successful leadership

Read Matthews' blogs.


Vicky Browning, Chief Executive, Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO)

3.20pm
The role of political leadership in system transformation
Councillor Linda Thomas, Leader, Bolton Council

3.30pm
Reflections on the day and on what is needed to transform health and care: panel discussion

  • Debbie Sorkin, National Director of Systems Leadership, The Leadership Centre 
  • Samira Ben Omar, Head of Systems Change, Accountable Care System, North West London collaboration of clinical commissioning groups
  • Dr Nav Chana, Chairman, National Association of Primary Care 
  • Vicky Browning, Chief Executive, ACEVO
  • Nicola Kingston, Patient Voice, London Senate
  • Councillor Linda Thomas, Leader, Bolton Council

4.00pm
Keynote address
Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England

4.20pm
Questions and discussion

4.30pm
Close of conference

Speakers

Close of conference

04:30 PM 04:30 PM

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