We are pleased to be bringing you our new Leadership Pride series.
We will explore pride in leadership through our system leaders, key note speakers, and individual leadership journeys. We will look at the challenges leaders have faced, inclusive and diverse leadership practice, the change they can make happen, and the pride they have from being a leader.
The series will focus on the creation of pride, ownership and connection in our own organisations and systems. Inspiring leaders to nurture an environment of learning, inclusive encouragement and a compassionate culture.
There will be opportunities to reflect on your own journey, how you can capture your learning and we can do to as a system to ensure the lessons learnt are built upon to provide inclusive leadership behaviours across our healthcare system.
We will explore what connects leaders to the people that they serve and how this leadership leads to better patient care, experience and outcomes.
Sabrina Cohen-Hatton had a challenging early life, leaving her home aged 15 for the streets of Newport, South Wales. She spent two years surviving on the streets selling The Big Issue before she had enough money saved to rent a flat. Having an address enabled her to join the fire service at the age of 18, and her path to security, self-improvement, and success was set. Working as a fire-fighter, simultaneously she studied for a PhD in Psychology at The Open University, and later at Cardiff University.