Leadership for Empowered and Healthy Communities Recruiting Now
Do you feel you have the necessary skills to lead a movement for change in your workplace and community?
As part of the Coalition for Collaborative Care’s (C4CC) vision of building stronger, healthy communities and working in co-production, they are looking for people who want to sharpen and enhance their leadership skills to bring about fundamental and radical change across health and social care.
Leadership for Empowered and Healthy Communities (LEHC) is now recruiting to its seventh cohort, starting on Thursday 27 September 2018, reflecting the success of the previous programme, which have seen more than 160 people take part, including many citizen leaders.
This innovative programme is aimed at senior leaders and clinicians across health, social care and beyond. The programme will help you to explore how to grow and nurture capacity in local communities to improve health and wellbeing and ensure better outcomes for people living with long-term conditions, disabled and older people.
LEHC involves a series of workshops, where participants receive one-to-one coaching sessions, a Myers-Briggs (MBTI) analysis of leadership style and other specialist feedback and support.
The programme is a joint venture between the Thames Valley and Wessex NHS Leadership Academy in partnership with C4CC, Skills for Care, the Local Government Association, Think Local, Act Personal (TLAP) and the Associate of Directors of Adult Social Services.
Since 2015, LEHC has been part of the C4CC work programme and members of the TLAP and C4CC Co-production teams are heavily involved in the design and delivery of the programme.