Should the NHS identify potential leaders for development in order to build representative talent pools or is this best left to individual aspiration?
Should NHS organisations develop leaders for the whole NHS collaboratively or focus their efforts on their own future leaders?
Should leaders be held to account for the delivery of improvements in staff experience or should patient outcomes be the most important measure of performance?
Just as we have a workforce equality standard for race in the NHS, could we not have one for gender, Adele Waters asks
Identifying the best ways to help the NHS drive real change
Strategies are not enough – diversity must be embraced by managers
Redesign turned it around
The emergency healthcare system is in dire need of effective leaders
Exploring the organisational and cultural characteristics
The peloton shows competition and cooperation can go together in the NHS
A whole systems approach to developing reflective practice across healthcare organisations
Strong leaders are essential if future whistleblowers are to prevent harm
The level of physician involvement is positively associated with better performing hospitals and improved financial management, write Peter Spurgeon and colleagues.
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