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Centre For Leadership Annual Conference 2016

Wednesday 21 September 2016

Centre for Leadership Annual Conference 2016

‘System transformation through Values Based Leadership’

The second of our national conferences at Sheffield Hallam University’s City Campus, in conjunction with our partners: Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Trust, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, NHS England and Associate Development Solutions took place on the 15th-16th September.

Please see below for further details on the conference.

Itinerary

15th September 2016

St Pauls Hotel and Spa, 119 Norfolk St, Sheffield S1 2JE

7-8 pm

Professor Karen Bryan and the ‘Centre for Leadership’ with our partners Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sheffield Health and Social care Trust, Sheffield CCG, NHS England and Associate Development Solutions, invite you to an Executive leadership networking event.

7-11 pm

Executive Conference Dinner. Leadership speakers include

  • Kevan Taylor, CEO, Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust, ‘Valuing Global Relationships in Health and Wellbeing’
  • Iain Snelling ‘Medical Leadership for Quality Patient Care’
  • Professor Kay Mohanna - Professor of Values Based Leadership, Worcester University - Creating Research Synergies for Values Based Leadership
  • Dr Umesh Prabhu, Medical Director, Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, ‘Values based leadership’ - What does that mean? “We have reduced harm by 90% in just 6 years! For staff happiness from bottom 20% to the second best in the country!”
  • Chief Executive Panel and VIPs - Question and Answer ‘System Transformation through Values Based Leadership’

16th September

Sheffield Hallam University, Owen Building Atrium - Pennine Lecture Theatre Coffee

8-9 am: Poster viewing

9-9.10 am: Welcome and Introduction - How personal and corporate values connect, Professor Karen Bryan and Fiona Kew (Chairs)

9.10-9.20 am: The challenges using values based leadership in system transformation in health and social care, Dr Susie Bailey, Director, NHS Improvement (TBC)

9.20-9.50 am: Leading in Contexts of Crisis: lessons from resilient health systems across the world, Professor Alistair Ager

10 minutes to get to the workshop

10-11 am: Workshop choice 1 (listed below)

11-11.30 am: Coffee, networking and poster viewing

Pennine Lecture Theatre – Chair, Dr Des Breen

11.30-12.00: Medecins Sans Frontieres - A compelling argument for valuing life beyond politics and religion, Mr David Nott, Vascular Surgeon

12-12.30 pm: Meeting the challenges of the 5YFV using Values Based Leadership, Professor Jane Cummings

12.30-1.15 pm: Lunch and poster viewing - Atrium, Welcome to Professor Chris Husbands, Vice Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University

1.30-2.30 pm: Workshop choice 2 (listed below)

10 minutes to get back to the lecture theatre

Pennine Lecture Theatre – Chair, Miss Fiona Kew

2.40 pm: TBC

3.10 pm: The Language of Leadership, Dr John Edmonstone

3.40 pm: Plenary - panel and questions ‘moving from volume to values’ making it happen in health and social care

4 pm: Prize giving for inspirational poster presentation

4.15 pm: Conference Closed

Transforming systems for Patient Safety

(Workshop Chairs: Dr Jeff Perring Deputy Medical Director, Sheffield Childrens Hospital and Lisa Fox, Clinical Information Manager, Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust) will lead this workshop to explore innovative ways to promote patient safety across an organisation addressing issues such as inclusion and access of vulnerable people and innovative ways to enable joint working across health and social care.

Systems leadership and mental health services

(Workshop Chairs: Jane Sedgewick, Director of Associate Development Solutions and Andy Young Senior Lecturer Mental Health Nursing Sheffield Hallam University, will chair a workshop to explore advances in leadership in mental health services and how systems leaders can network and share best practice in this area.

Workforce solutions and Systems Leadership for Transforming Services

(Chairs Dr Simon Clark, Clinical Lead Children’s Services, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Karen Taylor, Deputy Director of Human Resources Development, United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust, Julie Glossop, Sheffield CCG, Dr Chris Beet, West Midlands Deanery, together explore leading innovative developments in workforce solutions for the transformation of services.

Caring for the carers

(Chairs: Dame Philippa Russell, Emeritus Chair of the Standing Commission on Carers, Dave Ross, NHS England, Dr Jonathan Sahu, Cardiologist, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals lead a workshop on the emergence of transformation of services to support carers as partners in the health and social care field.

Medical Leadership and Systems transformation

(Chairs: Dr David Throssell, Medical Director Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Mr Ahmed Nassef, Surgeon, Clinical Lead Vascular Services, Iain Snelling, Senior Fellow, Health Services Management Centre, Birmingham University)

‘White men in grey suits’

Observations and Reflections (Chairs: Liz Johnson, Head of Equality and Diversity, Sheffield Health and Social Care Trust and Dr Jenna Fielding, former co-chair of Sheffield Women in Medicine (SWiM)

Resilience for Change

(Chairs: Dr John Edmonstone, International Leadership Development Consultant and Author and Dr Paddy Dobbs, Clinical Lead, Anaesthetics, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals)

Leadership for commissioning and transforming integrated services

(Chairs Dr Branko Perunovic, Clinical Director for Laboratory Medicine, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and Chris Kearton, Dr Andy Hilton, Prime Ministers Challenge Fund, GP practices Sheffield)

Transforming care with older people

(Chairs: Dr Suvira Madan Geriatrician Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sarah Burt, Head of Commissioning (Active Ageing, Cancer,

End of Life Care & Long Term Conditions), Sheffield CCG and Sharon Marriott, Sheffield Social Services)

Engaging the community - how best to do it

(Chairs: Mr Shah Nawaz, Vascular Surgeon and Director of Pakistan Muslim Centre, Lesley Pollard, Chief Executive Chilypep, an organisation that promotes the voice of children and young people and Jo-anne Van Levesley, Family Development Project, a community engagement project with families at the heart of deprived communities in Sheffield)

Valuing Happiness in the workplace

(Chairs: Dr Umesh Prabhu, Medical Director, Wrightington, Wigan, Leigh NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Karen Deeny, Head of Staff Experience, NHS England)

Nurse led innovations through values based leadership

(Chairs Mr Kirt Patel, Clinical Lead for Surgery, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and Carol Pollard, Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing Sheffield Hallam University)

Realistic Evaluation - An evaluation method to transform our thinking about health and social care

(Chairs: Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Katie Shearn, PhD Researcher, Peter Almark, Research Supervisor, Health and Social Services research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University, Mr Simon Boyes, Clinical Director, General Surgery)

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