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NHS Leadership Academy

We have worked to design our training modules so they can be used to support other leadership training at any level. The idea is to help anyone in a healthcare Leadership role deliver their role by helping them polish their speaker skills. Our training suits those new to a role or those who want to freshen up their approach to their leadership speaking to make more impact and leave a memorable positive impression.

Reducing Pre-registration Attrition and Improving Retention

The RePAIR (Reducing Pre-registration Attrition and Improving Retention) project has enabled HEE to gain an in-depth understanding of the factors impacting on healthcare student attrition and the retention of the newly qualified workforce in the early stages of their careers.

The Chief AHP Officer’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Strategic Advisory Forum

“Suzanne Rastrick, the Chief Allied Health Professions Office (CAHPO) for England is seeking to urgently establish a  CAHPO Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic (BAME) Strategic Advisory Forum ” Read the article here

‘A long way to go’: ethnic minority NHS staff share their stories

“‘It’s been a journey… I’ve had to work ten times harder in order to have the opportunities everyone else [has].’ As part of our research exploring race inequalities in the NHS workforce, we spoke to Angela, who works in behavioural…

NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES)

The NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) aims to provide measurable and meaningful indicators of equality performance within an NHS organisation, from which they can develop and improve.  

Nursing Times – Study shows ethnicity plays part in staff decisions to speak up

“NHS staff from Black and minority ethnic groups continue to face barriers speaking up about workplace issues, according to research reported by the National Guardian’s Office (NGO) today.” Nursing Times – Study shows ethnicity plays part in staff decisions to…

HCPC – Standards in Practice: Being open when things go wrong

The HPCC reference the January 2019 PSA report Telling Patients the Truth When Something Goes Wrong in their guidelines for being open when things go wrong, and how Duty of Candour applies when explaining things that have gone wrong to…

The Kings Fund: Understanding Integration

The King’s Fund, working with the NHS, produce a practical guide on co-ordinating services around what matters to people and communities. “Over the past year, Picker and The King’s Fund have been working with NHS England and NHS Improvement on…

Asking a question and making a difference.

Our concept at COGUK that involves coaching Leadership skills focuses on key Speaker Skills training. The idea is that anyone representing others can build confidence and make even more of a difference to the community that they represent. Many good…

COGUK and the NHS Healthcare Leadership Model

At COGUK we have seen that a reflective leadership style leads to a deeper understanding of one’s own professional and personal motivations. This is the starting point in many ways for a 360 approach to leadership and forming healthy teams, in many settings.

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