Leading Transformation for Integrated Care 2022-23

Colleagues working in health, social care and the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector are welcome to join us for our new series of 90-minute, virtual sessions.  We have different topics for you to choose from which have been co-designed with the seven Regional Hubs of the NHS Leadership Academy and will be hosted by our delivery partner, Tricordant.

So what is this series about?  Based on insights and experience drawn from work with a number of Integrated Care Systems across England these sessions will explore what partnership working looks like across teams and organisations. 

What does this mean for leaders?  It is co-designed with input from local representatives to understand their current challenges and opportunities. The aim is to enhance participants’ capability to think and act as leaders within systems. 

This series is for anyone involved in change and transformation, delivery of new integrated care services, organisation development and partnership development working in health and social care systems across England.

General learning outcomes for the programme:

  • Understand and explore a ‘Leading Transformation’ topic
  • Feel confident to apply some practical tools
  • Learn, share and grow with colleagues in similar situations

1. Who leads in a System

This topic will explore who leads in a systems context and how to lead across boundaries.  Participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • How leading in a system is different to leading in a single organisation
  • Types of leaders in a systems context
  • What knowledge, skills and behaviours are important for those leading in systems context

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2. Improving the health of our local communities – It’s everybody’s business

This topic will explore the difference between organisational performance and real, practical outcomes and value for patients and local communities.

Participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • How a focus on organisational performance metrics alone can fail to deliver whole systems outcomes.
  • The challenge of inverse care needs – why those who most need medical care are least likely to receive it.
  • How population health insights can inform leadership practice.

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3. Leading alongside your local communities

This topic will explore engagement and co-production with communities.  How can you work as leaders to hear the voice of local communities and work with their strengths and assets. 

Participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • Who to engage and how in your communities?
  • A relational approach to engagement and leading change
  • What co-production and citizen leadership looks like

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4. Rethinking recovery – a systems perspective

This topic will explore system responses to crisis and recovery.

Participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • The surprising opportunities of self-organisation
  • Collaborative approaches to service and workforce recovery
  • Leading recovery in networks and across boundaries

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5. Collaborating within your neighbourhood/place

This topic will explore how to collaborate across statutory partners and communities at place levels.

Participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • Place-based working and building trust
  • How to work together for real change
  • Examples of partnership working at place level

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6. System Workforce Innovation

Learn more as we explore innovative approaches to our workforce and the challenges working in a system brings to the workforce.

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Please note that the East of England Regional Hub is co-ordinating all bookings on behalf of the seven regional hubs and you may be redirected to book on their web site.  Confirmation emails and links to all sessions will be issued by the East of England Leadership Academy.