Monday, 7 March 2016

Tonight a great Honour Invited to speak at NHS Leadership Recognition Awards

With great thanks to Chris Lake ,Ramima Khanam & all at the NHS Leadership Academy for the kind invite and great Honour to speak at and later  hand out one of the awards at the National NHS Leadership Recognition awards on the evening of March 8th 
I feel so very honored to be invited and look forward to a very inspiring evening celebrating people who play a part in the very best of patient care 

Thank you NHS Leadership Academy for the kind opportunity  to take part and attend       
Twitter: @nhsleadership

        The NHS Leadership Recognition Awards

The NHS Leadership Recognition Awards is one of the most prestigious, high profile events in the healthcare calendar. With up to 300 influential healthcare leaders nationally and from across the country, including the Chief Executive of NHS England, Simon Stevens, coming together to celebrate and recognise outstanding leadership practice that results in improved patient care from all over England.

The National NHS Leadership Recognition Awards celebrate outstanding leadership practice and exemplar leaders at all levels and across all professions in the NHS who have gone above and beyond their allocated role and during times of austerity to improve:

·         the quality of care received by the patients at their most vulnerable
·         patient experience of the NHS
·         staff engagement, thus boosting morale and increasing productivity and positively impacting on patient outcomes
·         safety of staff and patients alike

At the NHS Leadership Academy our philosophy is simple – great leadership development improves leadership behaviours and skills. Better leadership leads to better patient care, experience and outcomes.

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