This session will explore the rise of System Leadership and examine current models and tools to support system leadership development against the current backdrop of integrated working across the public sector system. We will examine current thinking, models and frameworks available to help us understand what system leadership is and how we might utilise these for both our own, and others’ development.
This event will be held on Wednesday 17th March, starting at 10 and will last for approximately 60 minutes with Delegates can submit questions in advance or add them during the webinar. If you would like to submit a question in advance, please email it to email@example.com
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Priority will be given to members of the North West HPMA branch.
Gill Phazey, OD and Leadership Development Associate, Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership
Gill is an experienced learning and development professional who has worked within the health and care sector for all of her post-academic career, undertaking a variety of roles within the learning and organisational development arena. Gill has a passion for leadership and people development and has honed her skills in these areas in a range of roles; from Learning and Organisational Development Manager and Senior Leadership Development Manager at the NHS NWLA, to her current role within the Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership. As well as her NHS roles, Gill has been working independently as a learning and organisational development consultant for several years, and as an associate to a range of organisations such as NHS R&D North West, Collaborate out Loud Community Interest Company and the Innovation Agency. These roles have offered Gill the opportunity to design, deliver, commission and evaluate a wide variety of learning and organisational development interventions in multiple topic areas (to include; leadership development at organisation and system level, quality improvement for innovation, team development interventions, and personal effectiveness topics such as understanding personality, exploring resilience, assertiveness, influencing skills and managing change). Gill works with a range of colleagues across the system from clinical staff within the NHS to Registered Managers in the care setting, as well as corporate system colleagues and public sector leaders. She continues to expand her portfolio to work right across the health and care system and more recently, the private sector. She has an MSc in Organisational Psychology from Manchester Business School and certificates in psychometric testing, utilising this knowledge to inform her approach to development activity. Gill holds a Certificate in Coaching, is a mentor with the NHS NWLA’s Mentoring scheme as well as a Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) facilitator. Gill has a keen interest in research and evaluation and has undertaken several independent evaluations across a range of educational and developmental projects. She has undertaken research exploring the professional development needs of experienced doctors and evaluated the impact of coaching and leadership development interventions as well as educational fellowships.