The HSJ Emerging Leaders summits support board level leaders to build and embed future leadership capacity and encourages aspirant leaders to progress their careers in the NHS.
The event has been designed for health and care leaders with:
- the need for future-proof leadership skills;
- questions about career development in a changing healthcare system; and
- leadership experience and an interest in board level leadership.
The next summit, which runs alongside the HSJ Commissioning Summit, is on 21-21 September at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole. It will address critical issues faced by emerging NHS leaders including a panel discussion specifically on workforce crisis survival and how clinical leadership is evolving.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Alistair Blair, clinical chair, NHS Northumberland CCG;
- Professor Ian Cumming, chief executive, Health Education England;
- Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, national medical director, NHS England; and
- Chaand Nagpaul, GP committee chair, British Medical Association.
All the sessions at the summit aim provide real life examples, foster constructive discussions, provide invaluable insights and equip talented individuals with the holistic skillset needed to effectively lead through ambiguity in today’s healthcare system.
The HSJ Emerging Leaders series of events have been running for three years and were originally borne out of discussions at HSJ Summits in which senior leaders invariably highlighted the challenges experienced around succession planning and board level recruitment and retention.
For more information about the summit visit the event website or to register for a place contact Kresh on +44 (0)20 7608 9059.