Leadership and Management Development
Grow your skills and help us with our long term vision of Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust.
We are committed to managing and growing our talent within our workforce at Leeds and York NHS Partnership Trust. Competent and trusted leaders at all levels are critical to the effective development of our organisation. They will be vital in helping us to achieve our priorities and long-term strategic vision.
Creating an environment where personal and professional development is centre stage of our vision for the future. With pathways for those looking to start their career in the NHS, looking to rejoin the NHS or looking for a change in direction within the NHS. Start your career working with mental health conditions or learning disabilities now.
We believe that service user and staff experience will also be exceptional where great teamwork exists.
We have a well-established in-house Learning and Organisational Development Team which provides a range of learning and organisational development programmes for staff at all levels across our Trust. The Learning and OD Team support teams to develop and improve their performance. We have skilled organisational development professionals who can partner with teams and their leaders to support their development. The team offers team development diagnostic tools to support this work.
We also take a leading role in wider staff engagement. We help the organisation listen to and act on feedback from staff. We do this in a number of ways including through the yearly staff survey, the quarterly staff friends and family test and a number of other forums and opportunities which we call Your Voice Counts. See our latest People Plan.>
Take a look below for a quick flavour of what is on offer.
Medical Education Centre
We provide clinical leadership and administrative support for Postgraduate and Undergraduate Medical Education activities taking place within the Trust. We work in partnership with Health Education England Yorkshire and the Humber, West Yorkshire Foundation School and the University of Leeds regarding clinical training for medical students, doctors in training at all stages of their careers and GP trainees.
There is a strong medical educational governance structure throughout the Trust, led by the Medical Director, and supported by the Director of Medical and dedicated clinical staff focused on delivering and supporting high quality education and training.
Dr Sharon Nightingale is the Director of Medical Education (DME) who chairs the Trust Medical Education Committee, which makes decisions on medical education initiatives within the Trust.