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Helen Bevan Oct 15
"Ten things fab leaders do". Co-produced with a diverse group of leaders from the first ever day. The link to this image has been clicked more than a million times. The new NHS leadership compact might be based on this. It comes from the people!
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Andrew Foster Oct 15
Hello everyone and welcome to the tweet chat. We want to hear your views about Leadership in the NHS. What's good, what's bad, and how can we improve. If I had to pick one word for good leadership it would be "respectful"
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Dr Gav Eyres 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 15
Q1. People need to feel able to bring their true authentic self to work. It startswith leaders genuinely taking an interest in the lives of their team members. We are more than the job we do.
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Helen Bevan Oct 15
A2: The new NHS leadership compact should focus on behaviours that are driven by an "outward mindset" - behaviours that advance the collective result rather than just my own position or that of the group; "win/win" system leadership behaviours.
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Helen Bevan Oct 15
Q2: I agree with As leaders we need to be nice. It is the basis of the psychological safety we need to innovate & do our best. Extensive Google research (Project Aristotle) found it was the most important factor in high-performing, creative teams.
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Michelle Russell Oct 15
My name is Michelle Russell. I had to whistleblow to be heard in the NHS. I am a nurse with 30 years experience. My whistleblowing nightmare has shown me the very worst of leadership and some inspiring dynamic encouraging skills
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dido harding Oct 15
Really sorry that I am only partially here for this chat. I have been pulled away for something else, but am trying to keep in touch and will respond later this evening too. The type of leadership behaviour we should be aiming for - authentic
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NHSLeadershipAcademy Oct 15
Here’s our first question
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dido harding Oct 15
The Compact will require all of us, at every level, to reflect on our own leadership practice. I firmly believe all of us can learn and improve as leaders. I know I can!
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Claire Lodge Oct 15
Have LOVED facilitating tonight's tweet chat on the NHS Compact with colleagues and our fantastic panel. A lively and productive conversation with TONNES of participation. Thank you to everyone who helped us promote it!
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🌟Cristina Serrao ⚫️ Oct 15
Q4. Actually speak to each other. Conversations - debates - real life interactions. So not everything is about a questionnaire or a survey but remembering it’s about being human and just simply opening up large conversations can go a long way
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Helen Bevan Oct 15
A3: A leadership compact must be meaningful to leaders, so it can't be like a national behavioural competency list that we get perfomance-assessed against. A compact is a relationship, it's about multiple parties signing up to a way of being. Help make it relational
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Matt Hancock Oct 11
The NHS is nothing without its people - and our nurses are some of the most dedicated and caring people around. So we’re calling for more people to consider a career in nursing. 🏥 Follow the link to become one of
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Liz Harris Oct 15
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NHSLeadershipAcademy Oct 15
It's time for our last question. Please include Q5 and in your response - thank you
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⭐️Rebecca Dunkerley Oct 15
In 1 word, rhe type of leadership I would like to see in an NHS Compact is ‘situational’ - different situations require different types of leadership. It’s important to be able to be emotionally intelligent to adapt according to different situations
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Paul O'Neill Oct 15
Q1 don’t micromanage. Set objectives yes, negotiate timescales wherever possible up front and then let people get on with it. Check they’re ok but don’t takeover
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Andrew Foster Oct 15
Thanks everyone for such energy and so many great thoughts. The NHS can still be the Best Place to Work and have a great Leadership Culture
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Dr Shweta Gidwani Oct 15
Hi I’m Shweta, ED Consultant - leaders who make themselves available/ accessible are genuinely interested & can make a difference because they are ‘comfortable with hearing about the uncomfortable’ from frontline staff + staff feel valued as they are listened to
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clare price-dowd Oct 15
Thank you so much for all this fabulous conversation tonight, it’s been really inspiring talking to you! Continue to share your thoughts and use
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