A seminar on core values and leadership qualities hosted by Impact
Values, authenticity and civility are key elements to establish a strong, positive personal brand. In this workshop, you will reflect on what is important to you and consider what your core values are. You will learn about authentic leadership and how to integrate this style of leadership into your behaviour and guide your thinking. We will then discuss civility; the disastrous consequences incivility has on patient care and you will reflect on the importance of increasing civility in your role as a healthcare professional. You will then bring this all together to develop a strong personal brand to guide your future direction and success.
Objectives of the workshop:
- Establish your core values and what motivates and guides your decision making
- Describe the qualities of an authentic leader
- Discuss the importance of civility as a leader in the healthcare profession
- Identify a plan to develop a personal brand which incorporates values, authenticity and civility to guide direction and success
The session will be held on Friday 26th June, starting at 10am and will last for approximately two and a half hours with time for questions at the end. Delegates can submit questions in advance or add them during the webinar. If you would like to submit a question in advance, please email them to email@example.com
Joining instructions will be sent out prior to the webinar.
Priority will be given to members of the North West HPMA branch.
Speaker - Shelly Rubinstein - Chief Executive, Impact
Shelly Rubinstein has been Chief Executive of Impact since founding it in 1994, is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She has been an NHS manager, working at regional level as an Occupational Psychologist. Shelly is a trustee of HPMA.
Shelly has been facilitating, coaching and carrying out organisational management and leadership development in the public, private and voluntary sector for over 25 years. Recognised as a national expert in authentic leadership, workplace performance, talent and complex change, she has made several TV and radio appearances about sexual harassment, stress at work, workplace bullying and other occupational psychology issues. Last year, Shelly received the Lifetime Contribution to Occupational Psychology Award from the Division of Occupational Psychology in recognition of the outstanding work she has done throughout her career.