Professor Rebecca Malby
Becky is Professor in Health Systems Innovation at London South Bank University, where she leads the Health Systems Innovation Lab, providing change management support to systems change work; leadership programmes for emerging leaders, network leaders and patient leaders; and catalysing spread through our international network. She has a track record in systems innovation, organisational change and leadership development in the UK and Internationally, and in leading networks across health and social care. Her experience is an unusual combination of leader, manager, researcher, change agent and entrepreneur. She is known to be an energetic and enthusiastic leader of change and a forward thinker. Her book on Networks has just been published.
Malby B, Anderson-Wallace M. (2016) Networks in Healthcare. Managing complex relationships. Emerald.
Liz has over 30 years experience in the public and commercial sector, as a senior manager specialising in business management, organisational change, innovation and improvement learning and development. Over the last 23 years, her career in the NHS has focused on leading major organisational change at national, regional and local level, both in provider and commissioning organisations. Working in the Sustainable Improvement Team , NHS England, her current portfolio consists of faculty and network development, accelerated large and small scale event facilitation, OD consulting, capability building design and delivery, leadership and board development, executive coaching and action learning for senior leaders.
Liz has a passion for organisational development approaches that support the creation of healthy and high performing organisations. Throughout her career she has been highly concerned with the “people aspects” and cultural elements of organisations, as they impact on the achievement of health and wellbeing and sustainable performance improvement.
Liz holds masters in management and organisational learning, a diploma in business management, is qualified as a 360 psychometric practitioner, including the NHS Leadership Framework and holds executive coaching qualifications with the University of Strathclyde and Ashridge Management School.
Carol is clinical innovation manager at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust. She is a mentor on the NHSE Clinical Entrepreneurship programme and was listed as a top fifty healthcare innovator by the HSJ in 2014. Carol is a member of the Scan4Safety team at Salisbury bringing her clinical innovation and quality improvement skillset to the National demonstrator programme.
She has over 24 years’ experience in the NHS as a nurse/lecture practitioner, innovator and programme manager. Recently completed a two year NHSE fellowship with the Horizons Team where she was editor of The Edge NHS. Building on this work Carol has developed international crowdsourcing platforms and digital broadcasting for transformational change.
Carol has a passion for innovation and connecting through networks. She holds a MSC in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship, BSC Nursing, diplomas in management/coaching and is a member of the Q community.
After graduating from the University of Manchester in Management in 2008, Georgina has been working across the Health and Care system, working in in both public and commercial sector roles. Primarily she has been working as a Programme Manager, developing and implementing local, regional and national programmes of work in collaboration with partners from across the system.
Having graduated from the Mary Seacole, Healthcare Leadership Programme, in 2016, Georgina is passionate about developing cultures that promote open discussion and collaborative leadership, giving everyone the opportunity to participate, thrive and contribute.
Georgina’s current role focuses on maximizing the effectiveness of Networks through a number of programmes, tools and resources, acknowledging that collaborative approaches and connections are an effective and essential mechanism for solving “wicked issues” and driving transformational change, locally, regionally and nationally.