Tracie Jolliff is head of inclusion and systems leadership at the NHS Leadership Academy. She has worked nationally as faculty, partner, advisor and specialist. She has 18 years of experience working within Local Government, and in both public and private sector organisations as a consultant and leadership development practitioner.
She’s an experienced executive coach and has spoken and lectured on leadership and inclusion. She is a contributing author and sees herself as a positive disrupter of the status quo and a global citizen. Tracie is a board member and works with the City Leadership Programme, which invests in the lives of talented young people from challenging backgrounds, helping them to realise their full potential.
As a study of earnings by ethnicity shows significant gaps in pay for BAME NHS staff, Tracie Jolliff explores how leadership can affect change.
Leaders need to become allies, harbouring high aspirations for inclusion of the marginalised as liberation of such lost voices is significant, writes Tracie Jolliff
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How BME healthcare leaders can best be supported to deliver the major challenges ahead