Anna is an experienced Board director, consultant, accredited executive coach and mentor, and doctoral researcher. Her specific interests lie in strategic improvement, psychological safety and team-based working.
Anna worked for many years in NHS senior leadership roles, starting out as a graduate management trainee, learning the ropes through a series of operational and redesign roles in integrated health and social care settings, before becoming an executive director and now working as a non-executive director. She has a rare blend of expertise that is rooted in both evidence and practice, offering the theory and understanding the reality of leadership in complex environments.
Anna is motivated by a passion to improve quality in healthcare, through bringing knowledge and insights from other disciplines and exploring what they may have to offer better health and wellbeing. Known for asking the questions that others aren’t, she provokes new conversations in safe ways which stretch her colleagues to achieve better outcomes.
Julie is expert in healthcare quality improvement and service redesign. After twenty years in operational leadership within NHS provider organisations, she became involved in QI in the early days of the NHS Modernisation Agency and held a series of national improvement roles, notably in coronary heart disease and patient safety. These roles drew on her skills in translating national policy into local delivery, navigating the way between politicians, policy advisors, clinicians, commissioners and providers. Her straightforward ability to get to the issue fast and negotiate a way through is well-known and highly valued.
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You have a grasp on the issues at this level that I am afraid I can’t even pretend to get close to.Programme Director NHS Foundation Trust