Holistic Healthcare Leadership

In October 2021, the Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, asked General Sir Gordon Messenger and Dame Linda Pollard, to examine the state of leadership and management in the health and social care sector.
With their landmark independent 2022 report  the Government is focussed on the biggest shake-up in health and social care leadership in a generation to improve patient care.

Birmingham City University is proud to present

IBA® Global Leadership Conference

STEM to STEAM Leadership

The impact on holistic healthcare leadership and musicians’ approach to performance.

With effective self-understanding and self-management at the core

This conference has been designed to review how NHS Leadership can be enhanced by drawing upon the holistic qualities that the ‘Arts’ bring to leadership provision.

Hear how content from a Health and Wellbeing & Performance Anxiety programme at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire was incorporated into a Leadership MSc delivered to Health Care students and included in pilot programmes with seasoned health care professionals.

Examples of what participants said include

Venue

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, Birmingham, B4 7XR

Wednesday 7th September 2022

9.00am – 4.45pm

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Venue


Introduced By

Professor Peter Francis

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Professor of Criminology

Keynote Speaker PM

Emeritus Professor Julian Lloyd Webber OBE

Former Principal of Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

STEM to STEAM learning

The impact on holistic healthcare leadership and musicians’ approach to performance.

Listen to six groups of panellists from different academic disciplines and a wide variety of backgrounds.

At intervals throughout the day, enjoy performances from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire music students.

Mingle and network at refreshment breaks and lunchtime, and leave feeling informed and inspired.

Panel Group 1

How musicians overcome the challenges of live performance where confidence and resilience is at the heart of authentic and powerful musical communication with an audience

Panel Group 2

Is online teaching effective for healthcare students and staff ?

Panel Group 3

Holistic Leadership: An innovative leadership pilot programme aimed at imbuing individual confidence and resilience within critical leadership roles

Panel Group 4

Identifying the key challenges Nurses face in the delivery of care within the healthcare industry

Panel Group 5

Supporting health & wellbeing for holistic leadership

Panel Group 6

What role do the creative arts have to play in today’s society?

Our 2022 Panellists


Our 2022 Performers


Molly Welling


Zac Peachey


Vasco Canastra


Beth Taylor


Camila Valerio


Sarah Potjewijd


Charles Francis


Hosted By

Professor Adam Crizzle

Conference Programme

9.00 - Registration and refreshments

9.30 - Introduction

Professor Peter Francis, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Professor of Criminology

9.40: Performance 1

9.50 - Keynote Speech

10.00: Panel Group 1

Katharine LamZac Peachey,  Ned Wheaton,  Arianne Bennett,   Sarah Potjewijd

How musicians overcome the challenges of live performance where confidence and resilience is at the heart of authentic and powerful musical communication with an audience.

Panellists to discuss outcomes of pilot programmes delivered at the  Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

10.30: Break and refreshments

10.45: Panel Group 2

Professor Louise Toner,  Katie Butler,  Jodie Kirby,  Loraine Mahachi,   Sarah Bone  

Is online teaching effective for healthcare students and staff ?

Panellists to discuss outcomes of an MSc Module for Healthcare Leadership taught at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University.

11.30: Panel Group 3

Professor Ann-Marie CannabyDr Adelina McLeodLiz Thiebe,   Aniko Szucs-Ajayi,  Nicky Houghton

Holistic Leadership: An innovative leadership pilot programme aimed at imbuing individual confidence and resilience within critical leadership roles.

Panellists to discuss outcomes of holistic leadership pilot programmes delivered at:

12.15: Lunch & Networking

13.00: Performance 2

13.15: Panel Group 4

Professor Mark Radford,    Professor Louise Toner,    Professor Paul Coulter,   Lindsay Meeks,     Yvonne Higgins,  

Identifying the key challenges Nurses face in the delivery of care within the healthcare industry

14.15: Panel Group 5

Tim Joss   Lorrian Holder,   Major Stephen JohnsonChrissla Davis,   Michael Durrant

Supporting health & wellbeing for holistic leadership

15.15: Break and refreshments

15.35: Performance 3

15.50: Panel Group 6

Professor Peter FrancisRosie Millard OBE,  Sarah Evans OBE, Helen Gordon,  Katharine Lam

What role do the creative arts have to play in today’s society?

16.45: Close