A comprehensive suite of supportive offers and resources for senior and executive leaders in health and care.
They are designed to support you to remain a resilient leader, continue to thrive in your role, and set cultures that value the importance of health and wellbeing.
Who are these offers for?
We have a range of individual or group support options, webinars and resources for you. We know that executives are very busy people with limited time and that you need a lot of flexibility. We have designed these offers with that in mind so that you can access the support you need, and choose the option that suits you best.
The offers are open to all executive leaders across health and care in England. Where the offer is for a specific group of leaders only (e.g. chairs or chief executives), it is clearly advertised. Some pages will require you register to access their contents.
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CEDN Online Residential
We appreciate that all members of our NHS Chief Executive community are facing an unparalleled set of opportunities and challenges. As well as overseeing recovery whilst anticipating winter pressures, we are still dealing with the unknown trajectory of the pandemic as we simultaneously change to system working, shaped by a new Secretary of State and NHS Chief Executive. Many of us recognise that we will need to transform how we work to lead through these combined challenges at a point of widespread weariness.
This Online Residential will give you the opportunity to think about how you respond to these realities, providing you with the space to learn, reflect, connect and replenish in an entirely confidential peer network. Our broad theme for the two days will be Managing Recovery with Systems in Mind.
As with the in- person Residentials, we will build a supportive and honest environment, offering structured opportunities to meet new and familiar colleagues for rich and real conversations about issues of shared and current interest. Running from 10.00 to 16.00, with an extended lunch from 12.00 to 13.30 on both days, we will design our programme together rather than following a set agenda, emphasising opportunities for reflection with and learning from peers. Faculty will also offer new ideas and models where these are relevant, involving external contributors for their often provocative and different lived experience.
Date: 26th & 27th October, 10:00 – 16:00 (both days)
Audience: This session will be open to CEO/Accountable Officers across healthcare organisations.
Leadership Stories and Reflections
A collection of short videos from your peers and colleagues reflecting on the importance of looking after your own wellbeing and how to spot where you might need some support. Watch more videos in our Leadership Viewpoints collection.
A few weeks ago, we marked one year anniversary of the first national lockdown. Many of us have reflected on the last year and the experiences we have been through. For senior leaders in particular, reflection and recognition of the journey travelled, both for themselves but also for their teams and colleagues, is often really important.
We’ve spoken to 4 NHS chief executives who reflect on the very start of the pandemic in this short video.
Crishni reflects on the importance of staff wellbeing being seen as part of inclusive and compassionate culture and a top priority for all leaders. “We have to try and make people feel safe to say that they’re not ok.”
She stresses that senior leaders need to role model looking after their own wellbeing and recognising own vulnerabilities. (And that cake is always good!)
Senior Leaders blogs and reflections
Read new blogs and reflections from senior leaders, including contributions from
- Nikki Kanani, Medical Director for Primary Care (new)
- Amanda Pritchard, Chief Operating Officer, NHS England and Improvement
- Jacqueline Davies, Director of Leadership and Lifelong Learning
- Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer NHS England and NHS Improvement
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