Andy Spring, Associate

Andy Spring, Associate

Andy Spring, Associate

With over 20 successful years as an Executive Director of Finance, Contracting and Information in the NHS Andy is well placed to support organisations to improve leadership and governance arrangements.  He has worked in a wide range of organisations including Community, Mental Health and Acute Teaching Trusts, a Health Authority and Primary Care Trusts.

In his last role in the NHS Andy was responsible for leading over 200 people who managed over 1000 contracts. His team managed the systems and processes associated with an organisation investing over £1Bn of taxpayers’ money.

His atypical approach to leadership, management, change and improving the use of public resources provides a different perspective and insight into issues and challenges facing organisations and leadership teams.

He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, a Master Practitioner in NLP and a Certified Coach.

Andy has helped to turnaround a number of organisations, programmes and projects from a major multiple organisation procurement programme to a large IT project and key service redesign programme.

Andy’s consultancy work has involved him in reviewing NHS 111 investment for NHS England, advising the Department of Health on turnaround, supporting Waitrose with one of its key leadership programmes, working with the University of Lincoln on Clinical Director development, speaking at CIMA and HSJ Conferences and coaching and mentoring senior managers and Executives from across the NHS.

Andy has devised, developed and contributed to development programmes to improve individual, team and organisational performance, governance and leadership.

He is a Community Governor for an Infant School Academy in a deprived area of Lincoln having a keen interest in maximising the potential of every individual.

Andy enjoys working with individuals, teams and organisations to improve systems and processes to support improved outcomes and ensure effective use of taxpayers’ money.

Martin AllenAndy Spring, Associate