Developing effective leadership in the NHS to maximise the quality of patient care

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Part of Commission on leadership and management in the NHS

Our commission has been assessing the leadership and management needs of the NHS for the past nine months.

There is significant evidence that good leadership has a positive effect on organisational performance; at a time of great pressure in the NHS, leadership is critically important.

Using feedback from a number of experienced NHS leaders, Chris Roebuck reviews past NHS leadership development and identifies leadership development options from the commercial sector that would benefit the NHS.

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huma

Position
student,
Organisation
KU
Comment date
10 December 2014
i want to make a assignment on this topic

Manesh Mathews

Position
Consultant,
Organisation
NHS
Comment date
01 January 2016
As part of assignment completion for NHS leadership academy

Sheillah Chimungeni

Position
Student,
Organisation
Coventry University
Comment date
18 August 2016
Interested in finding out our the NHS works with leadership styles.

Nick Hewitt

Position
Executive,
Organisation
NA
Comment date
02 May 2017
In several organizations, we need suitable and effective leadership skills to manage and maximize the quality of service. Especially in patient care field, we need strong leadership through which we can easily develop the management and service. good leadership provides better results, so we never deny the importance of leadership in every organization.
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