Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Matt Hancock and Suzie Bailey in conversation at the Ninth annual leadership summit This content relates to the following topics: Clinical leadership System leadership Organisational culture Part of Compassionate and inclusive leadership Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Wednesday 07 August 2019 Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care was interviewed by Suzie Bailey, Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund at our Ninth annual leadership summit. Related contentPaid eventNinth annual leadership and management summit: compassionate and inclusive leadership in actionVideoMatt Hancock at Digital health and care congress 2019 Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care gives the closing plenary at The King's Fund 2019 Digital health and care congress.ArticleTalking leadership with Suzie Bailey Suzie recently joined The King’s Fund as Director of Leadership and Organisational Development. We talk to her about the challenges facing leaders from across the health and care system. You may also be interested in Paid event Leading beyond Covid-19: transforming work and cultures (virtual conference) Blog Covid-19: why compassionate leadership matters in a crisis Suzie Bailey and Michael West examine why compassionate leadership matters now, in a time of global crisis, more than ever before and how leaders can best support those health workers and carers risking their own health and wellbeing in the fight against Covid-19 (coronavirus). Video Michael West on compassionate and inclusive leadership In this video Michael West shares his thoughts on compassionate and inclusive leadership for our recent event The challenge of culture change: sharing system-wide learning to deliver the NHS long-term plan. NHS leadership and culture: our position Collaborative, inclusive and compassionate leadership is essential to deliver the highest quality care for patients and tackle deep-seated cultural issues in the NHS, including unacceptable levels of work-related stress, bullying and discrimination.