Visible Leaders Network (VLN)
Who is the Visible Leaders Network (VLN) for?
The Visible Leaders Network (VLN) is a network for Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff leaders and aspiring leaders. It is designed to support your personal progression to senior level roles within the NHS.
Why the VLN?
In response to the Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES), individuals and senior leads are looking for practical ways to develop and support aspiring BAME staff to achieve their full leadership potential.
Your membership and active involvement in the VLN not only supports your own professional and personal development but also contributes to shaping your organisation's response to the WRES and wider inclusion agenda.
What’s in it for me?
Focused opportunities to develop the skills to positively influence the change you want to see for BME people. To become a successful leader, networking is essential for creating personal and professional contacts to provide support, feedback and the resources that enable you to get things done.
The VLN offers:
- A ‘safe place’ for key conversations
- A peer network community
- Opportunities to explore and develop the skills you need to progress
- Coaching and mentoring
- Tools to leverage systemic change for members
- Topical leadership discussions
- Opportunities to shape the VLN development programme
- The ability to influence the approach to future talent inclusive management
The Visible Leaders Network is currently open for applications
Please check back here for future dates
To fully subscribed member organisations, costs are included in your subscription and no fee is applicable. If you are unsure if your organisation has membership, please see our eligibility page of the website http://www.leadershipeastmidlands.nhs.uk/eligibility.
Our full cancellation terms and conditions have been outlined in our policy here http://www.leadershipeastmidlands.nhs.uk/cancellation-policy
For more information please email EastMidlands.LeadershipAcademy@nottshc.nhs.uk or call the office on 0115 748 4277 and ask to speak to the programme lead.