About the Programme:
Research shows that the most powerful factor influencing culture is leadership. Leaders who model compassion, inclusion and dedication to improvement in all their interactions are the key to creating cultures of continuous improvement in health and care.
This 2-part session uses the science of psychology to help you explore your own self-awareness, emotional intelligence and personal impact with the aim of helping you to reach your leadership potential and achieve your career aspirations. It is aimed at emerging leaders, clinical and non-clinical staff in band 5, and above.
What will be covered:
These interactive virtual workshops, conducted over 2 x 2.5hr sessions will give you the opportunity to:
- Explore your personal values, motivations, and preferences for how you live and work.
- Think about yourself in your current role, your purpose, your level of contentment, and how well you think you perform.
- Understand how your emotions drive how you think and behave.
- Explore how you manage your emotions when faced with particularly difficult situations or work-life challenges and how you might better manage those situations.
- Protected time to explore your career/life journey and aspirations.
- Understand your impact on others and how you might be perceived by others
You will be asked to complete some pre-session and post self reflection work, which is all designed to support the learning in the sessions and help you in the development of a personal action plan that captures your knowledge and skills so far in in your career and ensures some time to consider and understand the support you might need to implement your plan. You will also be provided with links to further resources, practical help throughout both sessions.
Dates and times:
Please find below the dates of the 2 workshops. Each workshop will run across 2 dates therefore you have to be available for each date as they are not standalone sessions:
|Self-Discovery Part 1||13th November 2023 (Booking Closed)||12:00-14:30|
|Self-Discovery Part 2||12th December 2023 (Booking Closed)||10:00-12:30|
|Self-Discovery Part 1||17th January 2024 (Booking Close)||10:00-12:30|
|Self-Discovery Part 2||27th February 2024 (Booking Closed)||10:00-12:30|
All sessions are delivered via Zoom
How to apply?
The bookings have now closed for both cohorts please sign up to our Leadership dispatch, if you would like to be informed about this workshop in the future. Leadership Dispatch – 10 October 2023 – South East Leadership Academy
About the facilitator
Rebekah Giffney CPsychol, AFBPsS, MHCPC, MBPS
- Rebekah is an experienced Chartered Occupational Psychologist with over 18 years of applied practice, working with individuals, teams and organisations, across health and care organisations.
- Rebekah and her team of practitioners are at the forefront of the provision of leadership, culture and team development for across the healthcare workforce.
- Rebekah believes in supporting the translation of need into supportive interventions and bringing inclusive leadership to life. Through her work Rebekah strives to challenge mindsets, build self-belief and support change through the use of psychology-based development
- Rebekah makes a difference through delivering evidence, based, bespoke, applied learning that drives demonstrable, on the-ground behaviour change and performance improvement.
- Co-designed and needs driven support is central to how Rebekah works, always driven to maximise participation and ownership to ensure sustainable change is enabled.
- Bridging the gap between theory and applied practice is at the heart of Rebekah’s approach.