NHS England’s Sustainable Improvement (SI) Team is offering health and care teams targeted support for large scale change via face-to-face masterclasses.
The masterclasses build on a series of fully booked sessions that we ran in 2018. The sessions received excellent feedback from the teams that participated, including:
“Great opportunity to work on our large scale change programme. [We were] given a structured methodology and excellent facilitator support and peer review.”
Respiratory Consultant and Clinical Lead for STP
“The pace was good and also the chance to actually use the time to start thinking about actions (i.e. not too much talking to us). Plenty of energy, good expertise and experienced speakers.”
Deputy Director – Clinical Strategy
We are now looking to work with more health and care system teams who are either already redesigning services or are ready to start a transformation or redesign programme and wish to actively progress the change using large scale change principles.
We are holding masterclasses on systems leadership, large scale change and networks, impact and knowledge curation. The sessions will take the form of face-to-face, learning-in-action events designed to help health and care system teams to achieve their large scale change ambitions.
Taking place in February and March 2019, our masterclasses will connect teams to our expert faculty and will be highly interactive. The aim for each masterclass is to help participating teams to develop a practical action plan to take forward the next steps of their large scale change challenge.
The masterclasses have been designed to bring together people to:
- Learn, share and practically apply systems leadership and large scale change principles and best practice
- Create a positive shift in our collective ability to lead complex change initiatives.
Our masterclasses are now fully booked. We hope to run further sessions in the future and new sessions will be added here. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.