This page is a further listing of influential leadership models and approaches, which may be of interest in addition to the NHS leadership-related documents cited elsewhere on this site.
Further King’s Fund Contributions
The King’s Fund on talent management:
- Talent management. Part 1: Recruiting talent.
- Talent management. Part 2. Developing and retaining talent.
- Talent management. Part 3. Deploying talent.
- Talent management. Part 4. Succession planning.
The King’s Fund also run bespoke courses.
What is talent management and why is it important? London: The King’s Fund, June 3rd 2015.
This relates to:
Massie, S. (2015). Talent management: developing leadership not just leaders. London: The King’s Fund, May 28th 2015.
Earlier King’s Fund reports on leadership:
West, M. Armit, K. Loewenthal, L. Eckert, R. West, T. [and] Lee, A. (2015). Leadership and leadership development in health care. London: Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) / The King’s Fund / the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), February 2015.
There is an executive summary:
Leadership in Health Care: a Summary of The Evidence Base. London: Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) / The King’s Fund / the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), April 14th 2015.
Other King’s Fund reports on NHS leadership:
Timmins, N. (2015). The practice of system leadership. London: The King’s Fund, May 18th 2015.
Improving the likelihood of compliance with the CQC’s definition of a well-led health and care organisation:
Steward, K. (2014). Exploring CQC’s well-led domain: how can boards ensure a positive organisational culture? London: The King’s Fund, November 14th 2014.
Collective leadership in health care is necessary in order to overcome the many challenges faced by the NHS:
Eckert, R. West, M. Altman, D. Steward, K. [and] Pasmore, B. (2014). Delivering a collective leadership strategy for health care. White Paper. London: The King’s Fund and the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), May 20th 2014.
An older King’s Fund report covering the results of their survey of clinical and medical directors to discover which leadership skills were needed:
Giordano, R. (2010). Leadership needs of medical directors and clinical directors. London: The King’s Fund, July 29th 2010.
Other Resources on Leadership Development
An international report:
Campbell, M. [and] Smith, R. (2014). High-potential talent: a view from inside the leadership pipeline. Asia-Pacific Region: Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®), May 2nd 2014.
On diversity issues in leadership selection:
Kline, R. (2014) The snowy white peaks of the NHS: a survey of discrimination in governance and leadership and the potential impact on patient care in London and England. Project Report. London: Middlesex University, May 2015.
An NIHR report on models of medical leadership:
Dickinson, H. Ham, C. Snelling, I. [and] Spurgeon, P. (2013). Are we there yet? Models of medical leadership and their effectiveness: an exploratory study. Final report. NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme, April 2013.
On the NHS Leadership Framework, the Healthcare Leadership Model and the Clinical Leadership Competency Framework, plus earlier related resources on leadership development from the NHS Leadership Academy and NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement:
NHS Leadership Framework: a summary. Coventry: NHS Leadership Academy / NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, University of Warwick Campus, April 19th 2014.
Healthcare Leadership Model: the nine dimensions of leadership behaviour. Leeds: NHS Leadership Academy, November 13th 2013.
Clinical Leadership Competency Framework. Coventry: NHS Leadership Academy / NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, University of Warwick Campus, 2011.
NHS Leadership Qualities Framework. London: Department of Health / NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, 2006.
On the role of leadership development in enabling organisational quality improvement in healthcare:
Hardacre, J. Cragg, R. Shapiro, J. [et al] (2011). What’s leadership got to do with it? Exploring links between quality improvement and leadership in the NHS. London: Health Foundation, January 2011.