Tracie Jolliff is director of inclusion at the NHS Leadership Academy.
Tracie Joliff leads the Academy’s portfolio of work for inclusion, and the development of the Building Leadership for Inclusion workstream (BLFI). BLFI seeks to raise the level of ambition on inclusion, quicken the pace of change and ensure that leadership is equipped to achieve and leave a sustainable legacy on inclusion. Her remit embraces programmes, positive action initiatives, all Academy interventions and talent management.
Best known for her inspiration and insight in relation to organisational transformation, Tracie facilitates the design and development of effective and ethical leadership strategies, which have at their heart, diversity, inclusion and sustainability. She’s an experienced executive coach and has spoken and lectured on leadership and inclusion nationally, working with government representatives and other bodies to address these themes across the public sector.
Tracie Jolliff on how it is time for a new conversation about inclusion in the NHS
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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