September 2018

For speaking opportunities please contact Juliet Cavanagh-Eyre on 0207 608 9061 or email juliet@wilmingtonhealthcare.com

HSJ Emerging Leaders Summit

Inspiring leaders of today and tomorrow
Principal Hotel, Manchester
27-28 September 2018

DRAFT PROGRAMME

DAY ONE

09.00

Registration & Refreshments

09.45

Chair’s Opening Remarks
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ

10.00

From experimentation to reality: The vision for integrated services and systems in association with CF
Hannah Farrar, Chief Executive, CF
Professor Steve Field, Chief Inspector General Practice, CQC
James Sanderson, Director Personalised Care Group, NHS England
Rob Webster,
 
Chief ExecutiveSouth West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust and Lead, West Yorkshire & Harrogate STP

10.45

Regulatory alignment: The role of ‘the centre’ in the new health and care landscape

Dr Amanda Doyle, Chief Clinical Officer, Blackpool CCG and Lead, Lancashire and South Cumbria STP
Jennifer Howells, Regional Director South West, NHS England and NHS Improvement
Professor Gill Leng, Deputy Chief Executive and Health and Social Care Director, NICE
Paul Ridout, Director, Ridouts Solicitors

11.30

Morning Refreshments

Insight Meetings

Reserve a 15-minute slot with one of the expert Summit partners to talk through your current challenges, and find solutions

12.00

Interactive Session – Learning from and interrogating the STPs, vanguards and New Models of Care: what have we achieved?

In this session, delegates will break off into group discussions led by STP and vanguard site leaders. Debate the aims, costs, hurdles and outcomes of different integration initiatives, to establish the key success factors and pitfalls to avoid.

Dr Anita Donley, Independent Chair, Mid & South Essex STP

Dr Claire Fuller,  GP and Lead,Surrey Heartlands STP
Nick Hulme, Chief Executive, Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust and Lead, Suffolk and North East Essex STP
Julie Riley, Operations Director, The Walton Centre and Vanguard lead, The Neuro Network
Wendy Saviour, Managing Director, Nottinghamshire Health and Care STP
Josephine Sauvage, Clinical Lead, North Central London STP

12.45

Leading horizontally: Engaging stakeholders across the local health economy to collaboratively drive change

Dr Anita Donley, Independent Chair, Mid & South Essex STP
Dr Claire Fuller,
GP and Lead, Surrey Heartlands STP
Jon Rouse, Chief Officer, GM Health and Social Care Partnership

13.30

Networking Lunch

Insight Meetings

Reserve a 15-minute slot with one of the expert Summit partners to talk through your current challenges, and find solutions

14.30

Leveraging advanced analytics to predict the needs of your local health economy tomorrow

Alistair Martin, Chief Commercial Officer, Transforming Systems
Colin Rees, Chief Executive, Transforming Systems
Lisa Riley, Head of Accounts, Transforming Systems

15.15

Leading from the middle: Spreading quality improvements across organisations and systems In association with NHS Improvement ACT Academy

Find out how a quality improvement methodology designed with the NHS for the NHS is being rolled out across health and care. Supported and championed by an executive sponsor, graduates of ACT Academy’s QSIR College (Quality, Service Improvement and Redesign) are creating sustainable improvement capability within their organisation or system. As new graduates join the growing network, the collective knowledge and enthusiasm expands, creating a real movement across the country based on shared passion for improvement and a commitment to spreading the skills, tools and techniques so that quality, service improvement and re-design really does become ‘that is how we do things round here’ everywhere.

Julian Eve, Associate Director of Learning and Organisational Development, and OD Lead, Nottinghamshire ICS 
Stephanie Reid,
Head of Improvement Science, ACT Academy, NHS Improvement 

16.00

Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

16.30

Reaching the top: Personal reflections and advice from senior leaders

Hear from some of the country’s most senior health and social care leaders how they have arrived at their current positions, and gain advice on your potential future career pathway

  • Deep-dive the diverse set of pathways to senior leadership, and discuss how to overcome the challenges of each one
  • Identify the key skills and competencies required to succeed (and that recruitment panels are looking for) in a board level or national role, and discover new ways of developing these
  • Establish how to develop and project an engaging, inspiring and authentic leadership style that will enable your organisation to thrive

Hilary Garratt, Deputy Chief Nurse, NHS England
Robin Tuddenham, Chief Executive, Calderdale Council

17.15

Your Leadership Journey: Displaying the right behaviours

In this interactive session facilitated by the NHS Leadership Academy, discuss with your peers the behavioural science behind system leadership, and how to instil the right behaviours in yourself and your team

  • Identify the behaviours that system leaders require to survive and thrive, and those which may obstruct them from effective delivery
  • Discuss differing leadership development models, and assess how you can adapt these to suit both your local health economy and personal style
  • Evaluate your own behavioural approaches, and identify opportunities to hone your strengths and improve upon your weaknesses

Deborah Davis, Managing Director, NHS North West Leadership Academy

18.00

Chair’s Close
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ

19.15

Networking Reception & Dinner
Drinks reception from 19.15 with dinner served at 20.00

DAY TWO

08.15

Chair’s Opening Remarks
Dave West, Deputy Editor, HSJ

08.30

Developing a robust model for system-wide MSK service integration in association with Circle Integrated Care

Nick Boyle, Director of Business Development, Circle Integrated Care
Amanda Phillips, Dirtector of Integrated Operation, Circle Integrated Care

Helen Tait, Director of Integrated Care, Circle Integrated Care

09.15

Strategies for smoothing the health and social care divide: The Better Care fund and other controversies

Greg Fell, Director of Public Health, Sheffield City Council
Nicola Gitsham, Delivery Lead Integrated Personal Commissioning, NHS England
Paul Najsarek, Chief Executive, Ealing Council
Will Tuckley, Chief Executive, Tower Hamlets Council and Chair, London Health Devolution Board

Place-based provision: Leveraging integrated approaches to optimise acute patient flow

Sir David Dalton, Chief Executive, Salford Royal Foundation Trust and Pennine Acute HospitalsTrust
Dame Jackie Daniel, Chief Executive, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust
Karen James, Chief Executive, Tameside & Glossop Integrated Care Foundation Trust

10.00

Health and social care integration in practice: The Scottish approach

Alison Taylor, Head of Integration – Health and Social Care, Scottish Government

Strategic commissioning: Emperor’s New Clothes?

Helen Hirst, Chief Officer, Airedale, Warfedale & Craven CCG, Bradford City CCG and Bradford Districts CCG
Nick Harding, Chair, Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG
Paul Maubach, Accountable Officer, Dudley CCG and Walsall CCG

10.45

Beyond the NHS: Strategies for stepping up to system-wide leadership

Quiz and learn from senior executives about the challenges and obstacles they overcame to move from organisation-wide to system-wide leadership

  • Assess the benefits and disadvantages of both single leadership and coleadership across a health economy
  • Determine the skill mix required to successfully integrate cross-organisation information flows and monitor outcomes at a system level
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the priorities of differing stakeholders and partners within a health economy (both within and outside of the NHS) to develop effective communication strategies, and build trusting and productive working relationships

John Turner, Chief Officer, South Lincolnshire CCG and Lead, Lincolnshire STP
Louise Watson, Managing Director, Buckinghamshire ICS
Simon Whitehouse,
Together We’re Better Director, Staffordshire STP

11.30

Breaking down silos: Building the case for collaborative working

In this session, gain advice on winning hearts and minds within your organisation to ensure colleagues display commitment, and not just compliance, to an integrated healthcare environment

  • Identify common causes of silo mentality, and determine which aspects you can control and influence within your team
  • Discuss the motivations of different personality types and job functions within a health/care setting, and how to effectively communicate the patient-centred bigger picture vision to each of them
  • Discover how to leverage collaborative working as a tool for career enhancement and skill development within your organisation

Lise Hertel, Divisional Clinical Director for Integrated Care,University College Hospitals London Foundation Trust
Liz Sargeant, Transformation Director Health & Social Care, Barking, Havering and Redbridge System, and Clinical Lead Health & Social Care Integration, Emergency Care Improvement Programme, NHS Improvement
Dr Julia Taylor, Director, ACT Academy, NHS Improvement

12.15

Morning Refreshments & Networking

12.45

Keynote Presentation

Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England

13.30

The future of health and social care: Deep-diving the role of integration in the new long-term plan
Ruthe Isden, Health Influencing Programme Director,Age UK
Dr Amanda Doyle, Chief Clinical Officer,Blackpool CCG and Lead, Lancashire and South Cumbria STP

14.15

Chair’s Closing Remarks
Dave West, Senior Bureau Chief, HSJ 
Lunch will be served after sessions finish

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