Associate Director, Professional Development and Community
The Health FoundationEngland - national
Stacey is Associate Director for professional development and community for the Q Initiative, having joined the Q team in 2015 during its design phase. Stacey leads the strategic shaping and delivery of several Q’s key areas of work including learning and development, membership and work with system-level partners. Stacey’s background is in leadership development. Before joining the Health Foundation, Stacey worked for the NHS Leadership Academy. She was part of the small team that set the Academy up and latterly worked on the development and delivery of a variety of national leadership programmes and interventions, supporting individuals and teams. She is an experienced facilitator with an interest in design thinking, the disciplines of organisational development and how they can improve team and individual effectiveness. She has an MSc in Healthcare Leadership.
Q Exchange ideas
Stacey Lally, Q's Associate Director for Professional Development and Community, reflects on the connections made through the Q community event 2020 and asks what commitment we'll all make to build on a great two days.
Stacey Lally describes how the Q community event will be run and the ways members can connect, learn and share in the virtual event space
Stacey Lally reflects on the importance of our networks and how developing network leadership skills can enable us to take enhance these spaces and their effectiveness.
What's happening across improvement this week? Our summary of what is being shared from improvers across the UK and Ireland
There’s a lot of information and learning that is being shared from improvers across the UK - so let us try and give you an easy-to-digest summary.
Stacey Lally, Head of Delivery for Q, reflects on the developments being made at a local level in Q during the last six months.
Q's Head of Delivery Stacey Lally reflects on Q's progress and recaps on how members can get involved.
Areas of interest
- Network Weaving learning series
- Network Weaving
- Culture of Continuous Improvement
- Delivering Virtual Training (#ConnectingImprovers)
- Video consultations: how to set them up well, fast?
- Q network mapping pilots (Kumu)
- Q Improvement Framework Resources
- Q Partners
- Generation Q Fellows
- Exploring Adaptive Space – community of practice
- Building improvement capability across boundaries
- Understanding alternatives to traditional models of outpatients
- Mindfulness for Quality Improvement
- Improvement Capability framework project
- Q Exchange 2018 Award Holders
- Q Visits
- Liberating Structures in healthcare
- Applying behavioural insights in healthcare
- Improving Joy in Work
- Educators as Improvers
- Radiotherapy Quality
- Dialogic Organisation Development
- Curious QI
- Ambulance Services and QI
- Q Special Interest Groups/Communities of Practice
- Medicine Management
- PPI and Diversity
- Learning from Excellence
- QI in Mental Health
- Staff Wellbeing and Quality Health Care
- Q team
- Redesigning the organisational landscape
- Communities of Practice
- West of England
- Q Connectors
- Complexity Approaches to support Quality Improvement