Health and care are undergoing sustained challenge and change with a host of governance implications – cultural, operational, structural, ethical and clinical.

Emerging models of governance based on multi-organisation partnerships have huge implications. They challenge established mindsets and ways of working, often without clarity and support.

Good governance is essential to protect those seeking to do the right thing in the heavily regulated environment of health and care – wherever they are and at whatever level they are contributing to better outcomes for the public.

Our work supports individuals, teams, organisations and systems both in working through the large-scale challenges and in meeting the continuing demands of everyday health and care, as effectively as possible.

We remain at the forefront of health and care governance and facilitate the exchange of knowledge to help work through effective solutions to what are increasingly complex challenges where good governance has a critical role to play.

I'm delighted that we chose GGI to carry out a review of our corporate governance.  Professional, responsive and flexible at all times, it was their expertise in this area that really stood out, bringing fresh insights and powerful recommendations.  Implementation of the review promises to take us a big step closer to the 'well-led' organisation we aspire to be.

Dr Neil Goulbourne

Director of Integration, Planning and Performance

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We have commissioned the Good Governance Institute (GGI) several times and have been impressed with their growth in range and depth of expertise over the years. GGI stands out from other governance-centred consultancies in that they adopt a collaborative and tailored approach, show a real interest  in their client’s work and challenges, and are committed to the provision of tools and recommendations which will make a real and positive difference ...

John Sitzia

National Chief Operating Officer

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As our partners, GGI have delivered a capability and capacity review of the Board and executive of Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust as part of the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust relationship. They are professional, flexible and have an excellent grasp of the challenges facing major acute trusts, particularly in the complex and challenged political and operational environments.

Rt. Hon. Jacqui Smith


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