What did I learn from participating on the Mary Seacole.
Since the Mary Seacole Trust launched on 29th June 2017, the charity has held its first Young Seacole Ambassadors’ competition as part of the Education initiative, commenced work on the website redesign and Diversity in Leadership programme and has continued to build relationships with organisations to further promote Mary’s legacy.
Supported by NHS Employers. The Mary Seacole awards were first set up in 2004 by the Department for Health and were named after Mary Seacole in recognition of the work she undertook during the Crimean war. By January 2017 a total of 35 Development and 27 Leadership awards had been completed.
Looking to move into your first leadership role? Applications for the 2019 intakes are now open. The Mary Seacole Programme is a six month leadership development programme which was designed by the NHS Leadership Academy in partnership with global experts, the Korn Ferry Hay Group, to develop knowledge and skills in leadership and management.
The Mary Seacole Programme Leading Care I Who was this programme named after? Mary Seacole was a Jamaican woman who battled discrimination to become a pioneer of modern nursing. Loving, determined, and resourceful, she worked tirelessly to bring practical, compassionate care to frontline troops during the Crimean War and around the world.
Success story: NHS Leadership Academy, The Mary Seacole Programme. The OU team led the design and delivery of The Mary Seacole Programme, named after a Jamaican woman who battled discrimination to become a pioneer of modern nursing. The year-long programme allowed students to gain a post-graduate certificate. It was conceived, designed and.
The NHS Leadership Academy has developed a six month leadership course called the Mary Seacole Programme, which is designed for first time leaders in healthcare. An exhibition to celebrate the bicentenary of her birth opened at the Florence Nightingale Museum in London in March 2005.
The Mary Seacole Leadership Programme will actively encourage you to consider what that change means for you, and what you can do to be a success in the workplace. The programme runs for six months and is available in various regions across the country, preparing you for the demands of leadership in the healthcare system today.