BULLYING – Good Leadership – The Ripple Effect Gareth Presch

Bullying and the ripple effect

World Health Innovation Summit

Good Leadership – The Ripple Effect


Twenty two percent. That’s the figure I saw yesterday regarding the number of staff bullied in the NHS. That’s simply not acceptable. That’s 1 in 5 staff members currently being bullied. With the strains and pressures on the NHS at the moment and the announcements made this week it is vital now that we work together. We are all colleagues working hard to improve patient care. If we want to deliver high quality patient care we must work as a team. Collaboration between patients, clinicians, managers, voluntary sector, education, technology and businesses will reap rewards. Now we need to be innovative and come up with new ways of working. Costs are increasing and demand is increasing and will continue to increase. The most important asset the NHS has is its staff. Now more than ever is the time that we need to come together to deliver…

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