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The #1 Question NHS Leaders Need To Be Able To Answer

Long waits in A&E, financial deficits, cancelled operations and high cost of temporary staff are once again all the news. Just like they were 10 years ago when I was working in the NHS at Board level. As anyone who has worked in the NHS knows there is always a challenge between delivering on the […]

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Focus Prioritisation Performance and Results

Anyone who works or has worked in the NHS will tell you it is hard work, challenging and rewarding.  Chances are they will also talk about the frustrations of feeling that no matter how hard they run or work, it can feel at times as if they are wading through treacle and getting nowhere fast. […]

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The Keys To High Performance In The NHS

The NHS is a round the clock service that is open and available every day of the year.  With longer life expectancy, increasing demands from service users, some high profile adverse publicity, financial challenges and advances in medicine there are a lot of issues to focus on.   From the outside looking in it is […]

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How To Boost Organisational Performance

Every NHS and healthcare organisation wants to do the very best it can and deliver the level of performance that it can be proud of.  At the same time there are often significant variations between organisations.   So how can leadership teams in the NHS boost performance and deliver the kind of results that they […]

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Learning From Other Sectors and Industries

When I worked in the NHS one of the things that you noticed is that people know the sector.  On one hand this is a real asset.  At the same time there is a danger that it can actually be a limiting constraint.   When it comes to recruiting for non clinical roles for example, […]

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10 Key Questions Leaders In NHS Organisations Must Answer

With the Government, Monitor and many others stating that the economic outlook for the coming years is going to be challenging, leaders in NHS bodies have some tough times ahead. In the busy and demanding environment that most NHS organisations work in, it is sometimes difficult to stand back and take the time to consider […]

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