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National Committee Member Geoff Underwood

Denying the impact of poor workplace culture is the leadership equivalent of denying climate change. It’s time all leaders took the job of developing a positive, inclusive culture seriously.

24 August 2021 | By Geoff Underwood
Analysis & opinion
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England’s uplifting performance at Euro 2020 shows how a culture of openness, honesty and shared purpose can deliver rich results. As managers, we can all learn from the team building skills of Gareth Southgate and his backroom staff.

02 August 2021 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge
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Our guide to organisational culture is launched today. The guide aims to help you play a full part in creating a healthy workplace culture in your organisation. Find out more and download your copy here.

22 April 2021 | By MiP
News
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Homeworking during the pandemic has been a mixed blessing for many women managers. MiP's International Women's Day webinar examined how we can shape the future of flexible working, so it works for women as well as their employers.

23 March 2021 | By Alison Moore
MiP at work
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This pandemic has seen unprecedented investment in the health and wellbeing of NHS staff. MiP wants to make sure it's one legacy of the crisis.

05 February 2021 | By Jon Restell
Leading Edge
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With many NHS managers are working longer hours with fewer breaks than ever before, here's our quick summary of your working time rights during the pandemic (and after).

04 February 2021 | By Richard Arthur
Legal Eye
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With many NHS managers working at home or moving to different roles, Claire Pullar offers her tips on how to protect your health and career during the pandemic and beyond.

04 February 2021 | By Claire Pullar
Tipster
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NHS managers across the UK are discovering the joys - or horrors - of working from home. While we may be on the cusp of a permanent change to working culture, writes Alison Moore, we’ve seen little consultation or thinking about the long-term benefits and pitfalls.

01 July 2020 | By Alison Moore
Feature
National Committee Member Geoff Underwood

05 June 2020 | By MiP
MiP in the news
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The NHS needs top-class leaders, but our approach to performance management and promotion filters out good managers in favour of brow-beaters and manipulators.

26 February 2020 | By Anonymous
The Sharp End
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SPECIAL REPORT: A small but growing number of NHS managers are being diagnosed with workplace PTSD. We speak to three MiP members who paid a high price for the NHS’s failure to tackle toxic workplace bullying.

15 November 2019 | By Craig Ryan
Feature
Jon Restell speaking at an MiP Summit

MiP chief executive Jon Restell urges members to show true leadership in tackling toxic workplaces and preserving NHS values.

14 November 2019 | By MiP
News
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Everyone hates appraisals, right? Keep it simple and focus on having an honest dialogue and you can banish cynicism and make appraisals something to look forward to.

02 November 2019 | By Ian Reid
Tipster
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25 May 2019 | By MiP
News
Amanda Oates

Mersey Care’s HR director Amanda Oates tells MiP how adopting a ‘just and learning’ culture has cut disciplinaries by 80% and improved patient care.

12 February 2019 | By Matt Ross
Interview
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Marie Gabriel, the chair of East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT), led a Management Life workshop on promoting staff health and wellbeing at the MiP Members’ Summit on 6 November.

14 November 2018 | By Mercedes Broadbent
News
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Working in healthcare can be emotionally exhausting, even occasionally traumatic, but many staff don’t get the chance to deal with the emotional burden of their work, Summit delegates attending a Management Life workshop heard.

14 November 2018 | By Alison Moore
News
Tony Spotiswood, chief executive, Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Bournemouth and Christchurch trust has the best staff survey results in England, and ambitious reform plans agreed with partners across Dorset. But getting here has required more than good management, chief executive Tony Spotswood tells MiP

04 October 2018 | By Matt Ross
Interview
Henrietta Hughes

NHS guardians have a tricky but powerful role in tackling poor care and boosting staff engagement. National Guardian Henrietta Hughes speaks to Healthcare Manager.

20 August 2018 | By Matt Ross
Interview
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