On July 11th, 2024, the Strategy Unit is hosting a transformative workshop in Birmingham, designed specifically for clinicians in leadership roles. This session, led by the esteemed Professor Angie Hobbs from the University of Sheffield, will delve into the complexities of ethical decision making in the healthcare sector.

How do you know if the choices you are making as a leader are ethically sound? How can you navigate – often fraught and emotional – ethical territory? What practices and processes can you use to be confident that your leadership decisions are ethical? 

This workshop will have: 

  • Expert Guidance: Engage with Professor Angie Hobbs, a renowned philosopher, to explore various ethical frameworks and their application in leadership.
  • Interactive Learning: Participate in dynamic discussions and activities aimed at honing your ethical decision-making skills.
  • Real-World Application: Bring your own ethical dilemmas to the table for practical, hands-on problem-solving

This workshop is tailored for clinicians transitioning into leadership roles, where decision-making extends beyond clinical judgments to broader organisational impacts. It promises a participative and informal atmosphere, fostering open dialogue and peer learning.


Why Attend?

By the end of this session, participants will:

  • Know more about different approaches to ethics.
  • Understand how these approaches apply to your decision making as a leader.
  • Have a process for taking ethically defensible decisions

This is an exclusive event with limited seating—only 20 places are available, with a waiting list to follow. Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your leadership with ethical clarity and confidence.