Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Mike Leaf on being an NHS manager This content relates to the following topics: Workforce and skills Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Wednesday 17 November 2010 We spoke to Mike Leaf about his role as Deputy Director of Public Health at NHS North Lancashire, and about the challenges that face NHS leaders today.Related contentAudioLaura Churchward on being an NHS manager We speak to Laura Churchward about her role as Divisional Manager for Paediatrics and Adolescent Services at UCLH and about the future of NHS leadership. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Blog Closing the gap on BME representation in NHS leadership: not rocket science Mandip Randhawa explores how to address inequality experienced by staff from a black and minority ethnic background in the NHS. Blog Clinical salesmanship and better information: making the most of digital technology in the NHS David Maguire shares some early findings from our upcoming report on managing digital change in health and social care. Press release The King's Fund response to the NHS staff survey The NHS as a whole has done extremely well over the last few years in improving levels of staff engagement despite the huge pressure it faces, says Dan Wellings. Blog It’s not about the money: staff engagement comes first Michael West explores the link between staff engagement, high-quality care and financial performance.