Improvement Leaders’ Network
The Improvement Leaders’ Network brings together those who are involved in leading quality improvement work across the health and wellbeing system in the UK and beyond and are passionate about really making a difference.
Membership is free and is open to all those who have attended one of our leadership programmes, master-class events or have heard about us and would like to contribute to improvement learning and draw on our expertise in leading quality improvement and health and well-being system transformation.
As a member of the network you will be updated on networking events and new programmes and will have the chance to share in the latest thinking and practice of leading health and well-being improvement work.
Promoting positive and sustainable quality improvement and transformation of health and well-being through providing individuals and organisations with the opportunity to be part of a national improvement leaders' network.
What are the benefits to you?
The opportunity to:
- Continue your personal development (you sign up to the network personally)
- Keep in touch with others you have met on your improvement journey
- Continue to be inspired
- Find out about the continuing accomplishments of others and be recognised for your own
- Share and receive new information.
Some delegate feedback from the Improvement Leaders' Networking Event:
“This was an excellent day thank you” Sally Hogg
“Excellent event; will be recommended to our CCG” Asma Ali
“Thank you. Some really good food for thought” Sally Bacon
"Excellent day! I liked the voting” Jude Williams
"Good discussions of key issues" – well facilitated" Stephen Gunther
"All presentations very focused on key issues and challenges. Good discussion in table groups" Ruth Twiggins
"Enjoyable speakers - very useful for considering challenge of solutions relevant to network approaches especially HWBB development" Peter Mercer
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