AS1.1 – Schedule & Course Overview


Your programme has been sponsored by Health Education England (Southeast).   Their aim is to enable aspiring maternity leaders to develop transformational leadership skills and to develop organisational and strategic maturity, which will enable you to impact service provision and development for maternity, neonatal intensive care and special care baby units. You will work collaboratively with your peers and our associates to share your experience and learning as you explore your own personal leadership style and values.

Aim of the Florence Nightingale Foundation Leadership Programme

To develop nursing, midwifery and allied healthcare professional leadership identity, capacity and capability to influence organisational and patient outcomes at a local, systems, national, and international level of healthcare delivery. 

Cohort 2

14 Sept 2022
9.30-13.00 (virtual)
Welcome Day: Personality Preferences and Performance in Your Teams
19 Sept 2022
9.00-12.00 (virtual)
Quality Improvement
17/18 Oct 2022
Presentation of Self – Presence and Impact
You will only be required to attend one session. You will be notified which date you have been allocated.

Venue: Novotel London Blackfriars
46 Blackfriars Road
13/14 Dec 2022Stepping into Your Authority (2 days)
These will be full days with exact timings TBC. You are required to attend both days.

Venue TBC.
17 Feb 2023Next Steps
This will be a full day with exact timings TBC.
24/25 Nov 2022Action Learning Sets
This will be in smaller groups. You will be advised of your group’s time and zoom link following the QI session.
3 Mar 2023
12.00 Deadline
Quality Improvement Elevator Pitch

Submit to [email protected]. You must include the programme name and your cohort in the subject line of any email correspondence.
27 Apr
Celebration Event
Venue TBC.
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