Here is what the CQC boffins observe: “Our inspections have identified strong leadership as a crucial factor among those providers rated as either good or outstanding. More than nine out of 10 (94%) of the services we have rated as good or outstanding overall are also rated as good or outstanding for their leadership. Similarly over eight out of ten (84%) of the services we have rated as inadequate overall were rated inadequate for leadership.”

Now inspectors make poor guides to the future, but in this regard they are pointing in the right direction. I’d be interested to know what you think would help to develop leadership and collaboration in the health and care sector – and have a positive impact on the quality and safety of care people experience.

What practical steps can CEOs in the health and care sector take to develop strong leadership and collaboration – what might be called “transpersonal leadership” – in their organisation? How can organisations like LeaderShape and our National Health specialist team help?

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