Module was appropriate
I discovered this Report online, in the process of searching for more information about collective leadership for an education course I am doing (in NZ/Aotearoa). While Health Care and Education are different domains, I believe the core concept of developing an ethic of care is common to both. The report suggests that a collective leadership approach has the potential to nurture a culture of care - so I thank the authors for penning this report, I will be using a number of their key points in my leadership assignment and I have saved the Report in my literature folder.
I am new here and I am student.
Very effective course
However, I think that there needs to be more emphasis in collective leadership models and especially the key messages on how leadership also involved relationships with external organisations. NHS managers are publicly funded democratic agents, their relationship to civil society is fundamental to their roles not an added extra. As the balance in the social contract shifts back towards informal and voluntary sector support then this becomes even more critical.
Might it also indicate that many at executive level do not yet possess the vision and skills to start creating the cultural and learning changes required?