News

  • Announcing the first of our new series, “In Conversations with…”

    Posted on 04 May 2022 in Staff College News

    NOW LIVE ON OUR WEBSITE!

    In our March 2022 Newsletter we announced our exciting new series of 20-30 minute interviews providing an opportunity for you to hear from a wide range of influential leaders from health and beyond about their leadership journeys. 

    We are pleased to announce that you can now watch our first ‘In Conversations with…’ Dr James Mountford, Director of National Improvement Strategy for NHS England and NHS Improvement.

    James talked about why improvement is so important to him and the role leaders play in creating the conditions to enable staff to discover how to do things better. He answered questions on topics ranging from embedding improvement practices in organisations, how QI approaches can support improving equality, diversity and inclusion and the efforts needed to enable improvers to have access to the data that matters.

    You can hear James in conversation here.  


  • Staff College Newsletter April 2022

    Posted on 28 Apr 2022 in Staff College News

    In our regular news update, this month we announce new members to our Advisory Council, share our most recent case study and remind you of the deadline for the remaining modules on our Senior Leadership Development Programme.  You can read it here


  • Staff College Newsletter March 2022

    Posted on 28 Mar 2022 in Staff College News

    In our March newsletter we are pleased to announce the details of our first, “In Conversations with”.  You can read the newsletter here.   


  • Staff College Newsletter February 2022

    Posted on 24 Feb 2022 in Staff College News

    In this our monthly update to our members, friends and supporters we share a new case study, update you on our current programmes and let you know about our new series of “In conversation with…”.  You can read the newsletter here


  • Staff College Newsletter January 2022

    Posted on 27 Jan 2022 in Staff College News

    In this newsletter we explain how we are now going to keep in touch with our alumni, friends and followers.  As well the usual news and announcements on our programmes and events.  You can see it here.  


  • Staff College Fortnightly Newsletter, 13 January 2022

    Posted on 17 Jan 2022 in Staff College News

    In the first newsletter of the year we welcome you to 2022 and update you with the current programmes and plans.  You can read the newsletter here


  • Staff College Fortnightly Newsletter, 16 December 2021

    Posted on 16 Dec 2021 in Staff College News

    In our last newsletter of 2021 our CEO Charlie Brown reflects on the current situation for leaders, and looks forward to 2022.  Read the newsletter here

     

     


  • Available to watch now: Annual Aidan Halligan Memorial lecture 2021

    Posted on 08 Dec 2021 in Staff College News

    If you were unable to attend in person or join our live stream for last week’s Annual Aidan Halligan Memorial Lecture you can now view the recording here


  • Staff College Fortnightly Newsletter, 2 December 2021

    Posted on 02 Dec 2021 in Staff College News

    In our most recent newsletter we share details from this week’s Annual Aidan Halligan Memorial Lecture given by Dr Navina Evans, update you on our final programme delivery for 2021, and highlight how our Senior Leadership Development Programme 2022 can support developing leaders with a systems mindset.  Read the newsletter here

     


  • Annual Aidan Halligan Memorial Lecture 29 November 2021

    Posted on 30 Nov 2021 in Staff College News

    Our sincere thanks to Dr Navina Evans, Chief Executive, Health Education England, for her inspiring talk ‘Focus on the People and the rest will follow’ at last night’s Aidan Halligan Memorial Lecture 2021.

    Powerful messages, searching questions and touching personal stories. What could be any more fitting for Staff College? Just to top the Staff College playlist, we were even treated to a favourite Deming quote: ‘Every system is perfectly designed to get the results it gets.’