Today we unpack and discuss BAME leadership at the boardroom level, with the help of Janet Idowu – Service Manager and Project Development Nurse Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic Leadership at South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust.
This is a must-listen for any aspiring BAME Leader and also for anyone seeking support in the spirit of allyship to ensure there is an equitable representation of people from diverse backgrounds at the boardroom level.
Janet takes us on her journey from Law Graduate to a Service Lead in the NHS, she draws upon many experiences that people from minority groups can relate, with passion and conviction.
Janet has been focused on Leading, implementing & managing BAME nurse development initiatives that facilitate non-registered staff, post registered nursing workforce development across the organisation.
Oversight for the implementation of strategies designed to promote consistency, foster cultural and behavioural change within clinical practice learning environments
Liaise with services and staff across the Trust to facilitate and manage practice development projects that support clinical development and help in managing the team’s business plan, progress and reporting risk and issue management
Thanks, Janet for a wonderful, insightful conversation.
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