The presentation explores the results from a research study focused on the 14 professions classed as allied health professions (AHPs), in England. 27 participants from 8 AHP professions, across 10 focus groups, were interviewed. They were from English National Health Service- and council-run organisations. Thematic analysis highlighted the overarching themes of the importance of interprofessional leadership development, a structured AHP career pathway and AHP leaders at a strategic level. This was lacking in many organisations and contributed to a perceived lack of AHP voice. The participants identified barriers to development at an organisational and managerial level. They also identified actions to help develop AHPs. The presentation will outline these themes. Liberating structures will follow to explore how individuals can support colleagues to have a stronger voice in their own organisations.