Michael has extensive experience in corporate leadership and clinical management both in Ireland and England. In Jan, 2019 Michael opened his Company, Global Leadership Consultancy (GLC) which focuses on leadership development across healthcare, education and service industries. The company works in close partnership with organisations to design leadership development solutions that link directly to the successful achievement within and across organisations to achieve their Mission and Vision effectively and positively.
Prior to his current position Michael was the Director of the Institute of Leadership, RCSI, Bahrain in charge of Masters programmes in Healthcare Management and Quality and Safety. He also provided consultancy to Health Officials, CEO’s, Doctor’s and allied Health Care Professionals in Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Jordan.
Michael worked as a Senior Policy Maker as National Nursing & Midwifery Services Director for the Health Service Executive, Ireland. Michael’s extensive experience has supported leadership development in building partnerships and alliances, driving change and supporting professions in times of major challenge and reform. He has developed and implemented strategic projects and initiatives both regionally, nationally and internationally.
Michael’s professional qualifications include General, Psychiatric and Orthopaedic Nursing. His academic career includes completing his PhD at Dublin City University. He holds a BSc (Hons), University of Ulster, MBA (Hons) Smurfit Business School, University College Dublin and a Diploma in Education from Leicester University. In 2015 he completed the Post Graduate Implementation Science Programme at Trinity College, Dublin. He is also a graduate of Harvard University where he undertook an International Healthcare Management programme in 2012. In 2015 Michael graduated from Trinity College Dublin in implementation Science.
He has co-authored a number of book chapters and has published in various international publications. Michael was conferred Ad Eundum Fellow, Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery RCSI in 2012 in acknowledgement of his contribution to the development of the Nursing and Midwifery professions in Ireland. Michael has been appointed adjunct Associate Professor at University College Dublin Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Sciences at Trinity College, Dublin.
Ansprechpartner: Michael Shannon
Shannon, M et al (2019). Future Career Pathways for Health and Social Care Professionals in Ireland. Health Service Executive, Ireland
Shannon, M et al. (2017) Evaluation of an early graduate educational intervention, Journal of Education
Shannon et al (2016), Clinical handover practices in maternity services in Ireland: A qualitative descriptive study, Journal of International Midwifery
Guiding Framework for the Implementation of Nursing and Midwifery Quality Care-Metrics, (2015) Office of Nursing and Midwifery Service Director (ONMSD), Ireland
Emergency Department Nursing Workforce Planning Framework, (2015) Office of Nursing and Midwifery Service Director (ONMSD), Ireland
HSE/ONMSD Graduate Staff Nurse/Midwife programme for Directors of Nursing and Midwifery (2014) Office of Nursing and Midwifery Service Director (ONMSD), Ireland
Workforce Planning Subgroup Report of the Review of Undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery Degree Programmes, (2012) Department of Health, Ireland
A Vision for Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, (2012) Office of Nursing and Midwifery Service Director (ONMSD), Ireland
A Guiding Framework for the Implementation of Nurse Prescribing of Medical Ionising Radiation X-Ray, (2009) Office of Nursing and Midwifery Service Director (ONMSD), Ireland
Model of Care for Paediatric Anesthesia, (2015) Clinical Strategy & Programmes Division, Health Service Executive, Ireland
Model of Care for Pre-Admission Units, (2014) Clinical Strategy & Programmes Division, Health Service Executive, Ireland
National Clinical Programme for critical Care, (2014) Clinical Strategy & Programmes Division, Health Service Executive, Ireland
Report of the Review of Undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery Degree Programmes, (2012) Department of Health, Ireland