Leadership Development Course with Westfield Health
Monday 17 May 2021
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Mark Pinches, Head of Coaching, Westfield Health
Never has health leadership been more important. The leadership within an organisation and within teams determines whether the culture and environment are conducive to and supportive of good health and wellbeing.
We have a duty of care to our employees to support their wellbeing. As leaders we have an obligation to our organisation to deliver the best possible performance from our teams. The resilience of the people we manage will determine their and our team’s performance.
Session 1 : Developing resilient leaders (17th May)
Change and transition affects us all. How we personally lead the transition into a new phase will impact on how our team members follow. We need to ensure we are personally equipped to be the best we can be in order to lead our teams effectively in returning to work and in embracing a new era of how we work.
Session 2 : Performing under pressure (18th May)
Returning to work and working in new ways creates uncertainty and pressure for our team members and teams. Their resilience to pressure will dictate their performance. As leaders, we need to ensure our team members our personally equipped to handle these pressures and to thrive by being the ‘best that they can be’.
Session 3 : Managing team energy (24th May)
Change and uncertainty drain energy levels. Our team’s physical resilience and energy levels will dictate what they can do and how well they do it. As leaders we can coach in smarter ways of working, prioritising and managing workloads. We can also act as role models demonstrating effective Personal Energy Management.
Session 4 : Developing team resilience and mental health (25th May)
“We are stronger together”. As we transition into new ways of working and dealing with new challenges in the way we work, the power and strength is in the team. As leaders we can lead and support the mental resilience of our people to enable them to perform at their optimum.