NHS Horizons Insights



We tune into the latest change thinking and practice in healthcare and other industries around the world – translating this learning into innovative, practical approaches to change. We positively impact people’s lives by building a generation of transformational leaders who together can tackle the biggest challenges in health, care, and beyond. A diverse team, specialists in our fields. What unites us as a team is our vision, values, and versatility. The team has emerged through years of supporting change in the NHS and the wider health and care system.



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How to Overcome Overwhelm and Take Back Some Control

Complete this sentence:

“Ugh, there really is nothing worse than…”

a) Your tea or coffee going cold before you get a chance to drink it?


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What are your leadership lessons?

This is an exciting yet challenging read for leaders as it offers people the opportunity to transfer design thinking approaches into...

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The Surprising Link Between the Battlefield and Corporate Change Management

Having entered the corporate world from the military, we at Applied Influence Group recognised that our lack of experience in operating...

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What to do if you want to change the world

Sir John Whitmore was the son of parents who dedicated themselves to the purpose of serving humanity during the Second World War. He...

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