Over the Easter break we are bringing you a selection of articles from our leadership channel. Among them, University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust chief executive Julie Moore goes back in time to offer her younger self the benefit of her years of accumulated experience while Keith Chantler provides some tips for ensuring you get the best from innovative staff in order to make their ideas a reality.
Dame Julie Moore calls on her experiences over the years to write to her younger self about the received wisdom she will encounter throughout her career
The chief executive of University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust turns back the clock to tell her younger self about the received wisdom she will encounter throughout her NHS career.
The best improvements often come from frontline staff. Keith Chantler offers some tips to ensure these innovators can make their ideas a reality.
The Nottingham University Hospitals chief explains the personal and organisational characteristics that are most vital in getting acute trusts through difficult times.
Tony Yearman explains that healthcare providers will find themselves dealing with some complex and demanding issues. The key challenge for estate managers will be to introduce greater efficiencies to their NHS property portfolios.
Research into the role of hospital middle managers highlights their value to clinical outcomes.
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