The BLMK Leadership and Organisational Development Plan aims to support the development of a systemic lens that enables us to develop the people, organisations and culture across our health and social care sectors that will collaboratively execute our plans to deliver our system priorities for our populations. The plan highlights the value of collective leadership and recognises that leaders exist at all levels, read more by downloading the document from the side panel.
A BLMK Leadership Charter has been devised and outlines the values and behaviours that strengthen our collective leadership culture. It is underpinned by share principles for working together.
The Charter can be accessed from the side panel on the right.
Coaching and Mentoring
The Health Education England coaching and mentoring link provides information on what is coaching and mentoring.
Leadership Academy Programmes
Access information via the East of England Leadership Academy to support leadership development. There is also a range of information via the Leadership Academy in relation to upcoming leadership programs and other training material to support you and the role you undertake.
Developing outstanding leadership in primary care
During the next few years, primary care will undergo enormous changes to meet the ambitions of the NHS Long Term Plan. The pressures of an ageing population, the need for better health outcomes, recruitment and retention issues, an increased use of technology, the introduction of Integrated Care Systems, and greater collaboration through Primary Care Networks all present leadership challenges for those working in primary care.
We can help primary care leaders to work more collectively across networks and systems, to be visionary in designing future services, and more effective in leading their teams to help improve the quality of patient care and the health and well-being of local communities.
Everyone from pharmacists and practice managers to GPs, dentists, nurses, health visitors and administration staff working in primary care, can benefit from leadership development, and it’s offered to everyone working in all areas of primary care – whether you want to progress your career, or be more effective at coping with the challenges of your daily role and the changes in primary care.
Download our new eBook to find out how we can help you.
Health Education England Leadership Resources
An opportunity for health and social care staff who have participated in past or present leadership programmes to connect and form a leadership alumni by joining an exclusive community of practice. The alumni is designed to promote on-going development opportunities and enable you to network and share knowledge and experiences with your colleagues and counterparts.
All BLMK health and social care staff who have participated in past or present leadership programmes are invited to participate within the BLMK Leadership Alumni.
Individuals will need to complete the nomination form found in the side panel on the right and return it email@example.com