Salisbury Hospital holding festival of learning, leadership and fun

On 11 and 12 of June Salisbury Hospital is holding Tent Talks 24 – A two-day festival of talks and activities celebrating its people, developing leadership skills, supporting personal development and having fun.

The theme of this year’s festival is Leading in a Diverse World and the hospital is delighted to have some outstanding keynote speakers including Dr Chris Turner discussing how civility saves lives, Gamal G Turawa on the complexity of identity and the inspiring Antarctic Fire Angels telling their story from female firefighters to Antarctic explorers. 

Melanie Whitfield Chief People Officer at SFT said “following the success of last year’s event we are delighted to be holding Tent Talks 24. It would be fantastic if colleagues from across BSW could join us for the 2-day festival of learning, leadership and fun. We look forward to welcoming you to the tents.”

These events are open to system partners from across the BSW community.  Places can be booked at  TentTalks 24 – Leading in a Diverse World | Eventbrite.  The schedule continues to be developed so please check back for updates.