Message from Professor Gemma Stacey – Deputy CEO
Please accept our very warm welcome to your Florence Nightingale Leadership Programme. This document outlines all the key information you will need to make the most of this opportunity. It includes the learning outcomes for the overall programme and each individual session.
- Demonstrate enhanced awareness of how personality preferences influence personal effectiveness and performance in teams.
- Identify and critically appraise opportunities to influence through personal and collective authority.
- Develop strategies to express self in a manner which communicates presence, enables influence, and has impact.
- Explore personal resilience and develop tools for influencing effectively under pressure.
- Develop own personal approach to leadership – exploring values, biases, blind spots, and attitude to diversity.
- Formulate and put into practice plans which contribute to improved outcomes for patients and staff including from ethnically diverse.
- Develop and implement skills for dissemination of project outcomes through writing for publication using a range of outlets.
Programme Manager – Sharon Thomas
Academy Coordinator – Wendy Mansuo
If you have any questions or concerns before or during your time on the programme, please feel free to contact us at the following address.
Email: [email protected]
You must include the name of your leadership programme and your cohort (if applicable) in the subject line, and someone will respond to assist you. If you are calling FNF about your programme, please state your name, Leadership Programme, cohort, email address and phone number in the voicemail.
We hope you find your journey a truly transformational experience and develop the foundations and networks to realise your leadership potential!
The Florence Nightingale Foundation (FNF) is an anti-racist organisation. It firmly believes in the inherent worth and dignity of every individual and is committed to opposing all forms of racism and discrimination. We recognise that racism has a long and painful history, the legacy of which continues to leave deep scars on our society. To create a more equitable future, we must first acknowledge the past and learn from it.
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