About the session:
When dedicated and professional staff work to benefit the people we serve, it makes all the difference to people’s experience of the NHS. Delivering high-quality care requires high-quality workplaces that, in turn, care and support our NHS people.
We know that leaders play a pivotal part in shaping the experience of work. But what does that leadership role look like in practice? Co-created with thousands of NHS people, Our Leadership Way outlines the leadership behaviours that create the very best workplaces that enable staff to thrive and succeed.
We are testing out pilot workshop sessions to gain feedback on the approach we are planning to take on a much larger scale post-release of OLW next year. This pilot workshop gives you space to explore the leadership behaviours that make a difference.
Together, we will explore workplace cultures, Our Leadership Way and your role as a leader in shaping inclusive and compassionate environments. You will also have space to reflect and enhance leadership behaviours that are working well and discuss the behaviours you want to develop in a safe and supportive environment
Who is this session for?
Health and care service people leaders in first and mid-level roles in any professional grouping, and across all regions in the NHS.
Book your Place:
- Monday 29th November 2021 13:30-17:00
- Friday 3rd December 2021 09:30-13:00
- Wednesday 8th December 2021 11:00-14:30
If you are unable to attend any of the sessions above please register via our Expression of Interest page, this will help us to understand the demand for our programmes and plan accordingly. You will also be notified when we release new dates for this workshop.
If your circumstances change and you can no longer attend, please email [email protected]
The session will be delivered virtually on Microsoft Teams
About the Facilitators
Emma Fulton, Leadership Development Manager & Jason Brewster, Design and Development Lead
As a Leadership Development Manager in the SELA, Emma works with leaders, teams & systems to support and enhance their self-awareness, skills & behaviours, dynamics, team understanding and team effectiveness. She is the Digital Learning Lead for the South East, and is a key contact for Coaching and Mentoring. Qualified as an MBTI facilitator, EQi, HLM 360 and an Executive coach, Emma realised early on that her passion and purpose is to encourage the growth of others and, when coaching, seeing those light bulb moments is what drives her to continue to encourage individuals by providing them the time and space to think, and bring their best self to work each and every day.
Jason Brewster, National lead for design and development, Strategy research and design team
Jason has held a national role in the development of leadership in the English National Health Service [NHS] since 2012, at the formation of the NHS Leadership Academy. His career has taken him through the charity, private and public sectors. He now works to develop national and international leadership practice through the design of programmes that deliver high quality and award winning leadership development at scale and pace.