HEE-SW Faculty Development Webinar: Clinical Leadership for Trainers; Supporting our trainees in their leadership development
Category: Educational/Clinical Supervisors - Established Trainers Courses
Date: October 19th 2021 9:30am until October 20th 2021 4:00pm
Clinical leadership for trainers; Supporting our trainees in their leadership development
Cohort 2: Day 1 is Tuesday 19 October 2021 & Day 2 is Wednesday 20 October 2021
09:30 – 16:00
Booking for these courses will be taken on MaxCourse, our online booking system.
Information about how to use MaxCourse can be found on our website.
Please email FacultyDevelopment.SW@hee.nhs.uk with any questions, before and on the day.
Who is this for?
The GMC recommends that leadership education be embedded into training from entry into medical school and right through specialty training. We are offering this taster workshop for new consultants, Educational Supervisors or anyone who feels that they’d like to know more about this, and what specific skills of leadership may be useful to them, and their trainees, in their medical careers.
What will be offered?
Management in the NHS – structure, finance & politics
Exploring concepts of leadership and management, different or the same? How they apply different medical roles
How change is enacted by the medical leader. Influence & negotiation in business planning and quality improvement
Your personal leadership style and how to develop leadership in others
About the trainers
Louise Hardy is an experienced organisation development consultant, with expertise in developing people and teams to suit the business processes which organisations need to work effectively. She has held executive and non-executive appointments in the NHS, and is currently a Senior Lecturer within Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, where she leads on the provision of an MSc in Healthcare Management, Leadership & Innovation.
Judy Ravenscroft’s professional experience has spanned a wide range of roles and organisations - from a first University Lecturer post, through to Advisor in a government arms-length body, via Assistant Director in a research implementation firm, Head of L&D in a management consultancy, and Deputy Director of Strategic Services in a London Borough.
Through this seemingly random and unashamedly opportunistic series of roles and career changes, runs the thread of learning, improvement and effectiveness - organisational and personal, and defined in many different ways.
Judy currently balances work leading HEE’s Professional & Generic Skills programme with assignments as an Associate and Director with commercial management consultancy firms and a role as Development Advisor to NHS England and NHS Improvement. She also holds several non-Executive and Trustee roles.