In the week that the HSJ announces its top 50 chief executives, we look at the impact our Aspiring Chief Executive programme has had on Dr Navina Evans, chief executive of East London Foundation Trust.
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Dr Navina Evans is chief executive of East London NHS Foundation and an alumni of the NHS Leadership Academy’s Aspiring chief executive programme. In her latest blog she discusses why the need for male allyship in the NHS is greater than ever.
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Navina Evans, chief executive of East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) and a graduate of the Aspiring Chief Executive programme, discusses ways in which she has been able to seek out positive opportunities through challenging times. Continue reading “Opportunity in failure”
Navina Evans, chief executive of East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) and a graduate of the Aspiring chief executive programme, discusses the impact of legacy and how we might make more of the opportunities it offers.
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The NHS needs strong, stable leaders who are able to strategically plan and look ahead while taking the immediate needs of their staff and patients into account. We can spend years nurturing and supporting leaders to develop and progress into a chief executive role, yet the average tenure is just 18 months. What’s making people think about moving on so soon? And how can we get better at keeping them?
In the third of a series of blogs, Navina Evans, chief executive of East London NHS Foundation Trust and a graduate of the Aspiring chief executive programme, discusses her experience and the impact the programme has had on her, her colleagues and the system. The programme is a collaboration between NHS Providers, the NHS Leadership Academy and NHS Improvement.
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