About the session
This interactive workshop is aimed at managers at all levels and roles, and those aspiring to their first management role. Join us to gain insight and skills in understanding and responding to shifting team dynamics.
Most managers have found themselves leading a team through periods of change and uncertainty; it can be challenging feeling that as the manager you are the person with all the answers. Creating a sense of shared endeavour is essential, but can be difficult to achieve.
Developing this leadership skill can support you in empowering and engaging your teams though relationships grounded in trust. If you recognise the need to support your team through change, and to develop your skills in increasing engagement, this workshop could be for you.
This session will explore
- The lifecycle of teams
- Teams and teaming
- The impact of change & uncertainty
- Finding “the best of what is” within the team
Who is this session for:
This workshop is for first time and aspiring managers and leaders in health and care.
How to book a place:
Click on the link below to register for your place. Once you have completed the form, please book this time out in your diary. Joining instructions will be sent out a week before the session.
This session will be delivered virtually via Zoom
When partnering with development providers, a fee is paid for their services. Although this fee is not passed on to you, by registering, you have signed up to a place that somebody else could fill. If you need to cancel, please email [email protected] at your earliest convenience to enable us to offer the space to another colleague.
Deb is currently working within the NHS North East & Yorkshire Leadership Academy team as Senior Manager Leadership & Lifelong Learning. This role encompasses support for staff at all levels across the NHS to see and reach their potential through formal leadership development, talent management support and crucially through access to coaching and mentoring. Throughout her career the key driver has always been to help people be their best selves.
Deb has worked as a coach & mentor in the NHS for 13 years, but has worked in the NHS for 34 years starting her career in nursing. Her career path has evolved into the current role through work in primary care, public health, service improvement and organisational development. Throughout this skills have been gathered through training in the use of varying psychometric and 360 assessment tools, plus accredited coach and coach supervision development (Deb is currently working toward the Level 7 Coaching Supervision qualification).