NHS failure is inevitable – and it will shock those responsible into action

Insight by Jan Filochowski, a key contributor to Møller Institute Healthcare Programmes. Health service facilities and staff are being stretched to a breaking point that will take costly short-term measures to fix. Barely a day passes without a new NHS tale of inadequate performance, excessive patient waits, services not delivered, trusts effectively bankrupt, or even […]

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Political Leadership video interview with Georgia Sorenson

US Leadership Scholar and Møller By-Fellow of Churchill College, Professor Georgia Sorenson, discusses what she believes to be an American “anti-leadership” model and the important qualities and attributes of today’s political leaders. She explores “big” leadership, including transformational leadership, and remarks on what it means to be an authentic leader, as well as why leaders feel […]

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Political Leadership video interview with Dr Kristina Spohr

Dr Kristina Spohr, specialist in the International History of Germany since 1945 and the theory and practice of Contemporary History, discusses global leadership in the context of international crises, the “Conservative Revolution”, as well as hypothesising about what past leaders would think about the current challenges the world faces. Dr Spohr looks at the comparisons and contradictions […]

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Political Leadership video interview with Julian Huppert

Julian Huppert, former MP for Cambridge, discusses  what he believes are the capabilities and behaviours required to be a political leader today. Gillian Secrett asks Huppert about the demands of the electorate on political leaders and how this affects their work, self-awareness and moral expectations.

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