A General Manager/Business Adviser with considerable experience and expertise in the organisation and management of public services, with an in depth understanding of the socio-economic, political and professional environments within which these operate. A background in Health, Social care and Education provision, including working at Committee and Board level, with skills in strategic planning, operational staff and resource management and the inspection and regulation of services. Skilled in strategic thinking, with the ability to plan ahead and through the use of qualitative and quantitive data able to balance needs and constraints based on evidence presented and sound judgement.
Experienced in multi-agency team working and multi-disciplinary Project planning with expertise in performance and resource management, the implementation of imposed and designed change, contract and purchasing, risk analysis, risk management and avoidance. Substantial experience in the inspection and review of corporate governance systems, processes and practices in the National Health Service, with considerable expertise and a high level of commitment to patients, carers and the community, especially disadvantaged groups. Particular knowledge about the health needs of young offenders and young people involved with the Criminal Justice System.
Is comfortable with accepting responsibility for own actions and, when probing and challenging constructively, issues concerned with the accountability of others. Professional training in social work, with good interpersonal skills in consultation and communication with a wide and diverse range of individuals and groups, including disaffected children and young people, parents, offenders, partner agencies and staff and staff side representatives, with a keen interest in equal opportunities and diversity. Able to influence and persuade others whilst dealing with their concerns sympathetically and fairly.
Jane Archer is a qualified Teacher of English and has had a successful career working in education for the last twenty years. Jane has held various roles throughout her career as a teacher, including those in senior positions. Her specific subject expertise is in English Language and Literature, and she also holds professional qualifications in Literacy and Language, and teaching dyslexic students. Jane has much experience and has worked in a variety of settings over the past twenty years: inner city and market town; pastoral care and special needs; extended senior leadership and Forest School volunteer.
In her management roles, she has been successful in leading teams of teachers and teaching assistants, and the welfare of 250 children at a time. Jane’s interest in English was sparked as a student, herself, when studying classics such as Jane Eyre, Little Women and Pride and Prejudice. But her interest piqued on studying the theories behind the power of language and its place in the modern world. She was particularly interested in how language can exclude sections of society, who are ignorant to its meaning. For example, subject specific language such as in medicine, text speak or deviations from the standard form and colloquialisms. With this interest and those of similar mindsets, The Crystal Clear Language Company was born, with the ideals and values of inclusivity and celebrating diversity close to its heart.
Dr Nadeem Moghal
Dr Nadeem Moghal has had a uniquely varied career as a doctor and medical leader in the NHS. He landed here, a refugee from Idi Amin's Uganda's. He has had a privileged NHS career caring for children and their families as a specialist in kidney disease. He pursued investment in his development as he took on increasingly challenging roles through his MBA, the NHS Institute, The Institute of Healthcare Improvement, The NHS Leadership Academy and The Harvard Kennedy School. His leadership roles ranged from consultant paediatric nephrologist leading the tertiary service, Clincial Director, Associate Medical Director, Director of Strategy, and Medical Director, all in different NHS organisations across England.
Reflecting on his medical career, and its many challenges, Nadeem has developed a deep interest in medical professionalism, and why it matters. Nadeem is a coach and mentor, skills he has used throughout his career to support colleagues wishing to develop, understand the challenges of the NHS, adapt to the cultural issues, and rescuing those in difficulty with colleagues, employers and regulators.
Nadeem has worked to support and improve the skills of international medical graduates to enable effective professional integration and contribution; supporting regulatory compliance, fluency of language, cultural context communication, and medical professionalism.
The NHS will always rely on international medical graduates, who make considerable sacrifices to work away from their homes and roots. He is determined to continue to support his international colleagues in their NHS careers.