Company Associates

Vicky Lyn Davison

Vicky has over 36 years experience in the health sector up to board level. Her freelance portfolio ranges from action learning, facilitation of teams, leadership masterclasses, facilitation of service improvements and reviewing service delivery. She is the Chair of a Carers Charity, and a peer reviewer for the Healthcare Inspectorate Wales.

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Jeanette Hucey

Jeanette has over 15 years of NHS management experience and has been an Independent Organisational Consultant since 2007. She is a Member of the Institute of Directors and has am MSc in Para-Clinical Sciences from the University of Kent. She has continued to develop both personally and professionally studying towards a PhD in Public Management through Leeds University, and Accreditation as an Ashridge Accredited Executive Coach. She is also a qualified Style Coach.

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Mark Jennings

Originally qualified as a Charted Engineer, Mark has been an NHS Manager for over 25 years with experience at National, Health Authority and Trust levels including Director of a major acute hospital. Subsequently Mark held the role of National Lead for Clinical Systems Improvement with the NHS Modernisation Agency where he led the development of guidance and systems to help the NHS improve patient flow. He also led a Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit review focused on the patient journey through the emergency care system and Mark was a member of the Department of Health project team responsible for delivering the maximum 4-hour Accident & Emergency wait.

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Adrian Spurrell

Adrian is an experienced organisational and leadership development consultant. He has extensive experience, within both the public and private sector, working with leaders and managers at all levels of seniority. He brings to his work a deep understanding of finance and business, combined with strong development skills, to deliver sustainable behavioural change in leaders and organisations. His focus is in helping leaders implement intellectually simple, but behaviourally challenging changes that increase organisational performance and encourage talent to thrive.

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Marie Sedgwick

Marie is a dynamic, energetic and experienced senior health care professional with 27 years in the NHS as a nurse, midwife and senior manager prior to becoming an independent management consultant. She has extensive knowledge of patient journeys, NHS systems and processes, gained via a diverse range of health care settings, nationally, regionally and locally.

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Kate Thomson

Kate Thomson has wide experience in healthcare with 13 years of nursing to sister level and 9 years with Hewlett-Packard / Philips managing a team in healthcare support, including training, process improvement and project management. For the past 8 years she has been using her service improvement & training skills working for a variety of private and NHS clients, including Connecting for Health, the Audit Commission and the NHS Institute of Innovation & Improvement.

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Sue Walters

Sue is an organisational development specialist with extensive experience in supporting organisations and teams through transition and change. She is an Executive Coach and is part of the Meyler Campbell Business Coach Programme; working with Senior Managers needing support to accelerate their leadership capabilities and dealing with complex changes. She is passionate about enabling leaders to understand their roles and responsibility in leading and empowering staff. Sue is also a license holder of Uimprove – a project improvement methodology, bridging the gap between strategy and routine operation.

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Jenny Hill

Jenny is an ex NHS graduate trainee with 11 years NHS management before founding Echelon Learning Ltd. In this capacity Jenny has over twenty years experience of designing and implementing complex capacity building organisational development change projects in public and private sectors. Jenny has held a number of non executive NHS appointments and is currently Senior Independent Director of an acute NHS FT.

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