NHS Senior Leadership Onboarding and Support

Midlands Region

NHS England and NHS Improvement Midlands region is home to diverse populations and landscapes from areas like Birmingham, the UK’s second biggest city to rural Lincolnshire, one of the largest counties in England with agriculture as its main industry. NHS England and NHS Improvement along with 11 ICSs and STPs, 42 trusts and 39 CCGs that are in the Midlands region, work together to ensure communities in this region provide safe high quality care and excellent patient experience that meet their needs.

You can also find information around the region’s Clinical Networks and Cancer Alliances

Regional Leadership Academies

Local Leadership Academies offer a range of development opportunities designed to meet the needs of leaders at all levels. The focus of their offers is developed in collaboration with NHS leaders from all the service. The Midlands region benefits from two local leadership academies, East Midlands Leadership Academy and West Midlands Leadership Academy

Midlands and East Talent Board – finding and nurturing diverse and inclusive leaders

Over the last few years the NHS has been developing a more systematic and coordinated approach to finding and nurturing talented individuals at all levels in organisation and across the service. This approach is developing nationally, regionally and locally.

At a national level NHS England and NHS Improvement are developing a national approach to talent management through the People Plan to support the Long-Term Plan to develop a diverse and inclusive leadership community at all levels. Each of the regions have established a Regional Talent Board chaired and made up of senior leaders from across the region to plan and develop people for future leadership needs.

Organisations are developing talent management approaches using a number of talent management tools that support is at organisational level which you can find in the Leading for Great Outcomes theme.