Leaders of organisations across health and social care are being asked to implement new governance arrangements, develop system-wide partnerships and build new models of care, all at a time of intense financial pressure and public scrutiny. It is the responsibility of those working in the OD, change and HR community to ensure that they themselves are ably equipped to provide the interventions and processes to support and facilitate such change.Who is it for?This programme is for experienced OD practitioners, leadership and development practitioners, human resources directors and transformation directors who are responsible for developing leadership and organisational capability to bring about cultural and behavioural change.How will you benefit from this programme?Participants will:further develop their understanding of their role as OD practitioners in the current health and social care systemacquire a greater understanding of the forces and strategies that will enable transformational changedevelop a range of approaches to enable leaders to collaborate effectively across boundariesdevelop leading-edge talent and leadership strategies that will enable their organisation to deliver the changes requiredexplore the development of compassionate and collaborative leadershipcreate an OD community within the health and social care system that will provide ongoing support.What will you do on this programme?The programme will be highly interactive and experiential. It will draw on the policy expertise of The King’s Fund in areas such as sustainability and transformation plans, integrated care models, patient leadership, and patient safety.The programme will run over five months and comprise:three modules (two three-day modules (modules one and two) and one two-day module (module three))four half-day telephone action learning sets. These will take place between the three main modules and are intended to support experimentation and implementation of new approaches.The maximum number of participants will be 24.Programme structureModule one: Developing cultures for high-quality careThe role of ODUnderstanding the systemIncremental and transformational changeCreating the conditions for quality improvement and innovationModule two: Enabling leaders and encouraging talentImplementing NHS Improvement leadership strategyEngaging the front line: clinicians and experts in the fieldCompassionate and collaborative leadership: enabling and supporting growthDeveloping talent strategiesModule three: Collaborating across boundariesWorking with the power and politics of the systemDeploying large-group processes to build new ways of thinkingCreating new patterns of dialogue across boundaries and rolesIntra-organisation influencingThe programme will explore OD methodologies and approaches to change including: appreciative inquiry, large-group processes, dialogue, transactional analysis and systems leadership.