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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. Clinical Leadership Development Programme

‘You have been terrific with your programme. It has helped me to find out more about myself, my colleagues, our Institution and the direction we need to take. Plenty of work, and we are at the bottom of Everest… You offer something very special, and I hope you will continue’- Unsolicited email from a senior clinician.

Case Study:

LeaderShape was appointed in 2010 to deliver a programme of leadership development for six newly appointed Divisional Directors and 15 Clinical Directors, all of whom were senior clinicians.  Influence, behaviour, confidence, technical skills and knowledge – these were the touchstones and concerns that emerged, as discussions began about how to turn these diverse and very experienced individuals into a coherent team.

LeaderShape recognised that its approach would need adaptation to the clinical audience. In particular it was anticipated that senior and experienced doctors, many of whom are global figures in their fields clinically and academically, would require a programme which was fast paced, appropriately pitched intellectually and immediately relevant.  We found that:

Doctors need to see early value in activities
Concepts were grasped quickly, so material needed to be presented with style and pace

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