*** Black Friday Deal *** Book your full price NHS or Public Sector place before Friday 8th December and get one third off!
Attend this workshop and gain a true perspective on your leadership role and how you can positively influence your colleagues. By working through your current challenges with proven techniques, you will return to your workplace with a new frame of mind plus the tools to enable your team to be both engaged and productive.
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4.5 hours Continuing Professional Development: what you will learn
This thought provoking forum will guide you, step by step, towards being the inclusive and inspirational leader you aspire to be:
- Realise your self-care
- Enable team communication
- Promote wellbeing
- Build trust and positivity
- Mend toxic relationships
- Build team resilience
Developed with convenience in mind: join this NHS online workshop remotely
Take away useful techniques and new skills to use in your day-to-day work routine:
- Evidenced based examples and referrals: providing appropriate, relevant support and sign posting
- Interactive presentations: your concerns addressed with sensitivity and care
- Closed room discussions: benchmark and engage with your fellow attendees
- Agreed action plan: leave the workshop with the confidence to make changes
With thanks to BACCN
This course is available for in-house training
Join, tech support and opportunity to network in your meeting room
Introduction and getting into the right mind-set
Christine Steel, Founder & CEO, Mind Health and Wellbeing Limited
|Leading in times of stress|
What is compassionate and supportive leadership?
Questions, answers and discussion: compassionate leadership skills
An introduction to psychological safety and the importance of trust
Questions, answers and discussion: psychological safety
Resolving conflict through understanding it
Questions, answers and discussion: resolving conflict
Managing conflict in your team
|How to build resilience and self-care|
Managing workplace stress and building resilience
What actions can encourage your team to build camaraderie?
Group discussion and reflection on actions
Leader’s closing remarks and close of workshop
Share in first-hand experience
Christine has a passion for finding ways to lower the levels of anxiety and stress suffered by students, having personally experienced the impact that the stress of education can have on health with her own daughter. She believes in prevention and finding ways to reach a balance between education and health to avoid suffering from burnout. Christine’s interest in reducing stress for students has also led her into expanding her support into helping and encouraging others who work in some of the most stressful sectors.
Sharing tools and techniques, insights, and knowledge to help reduce anxiety and stress, Christine is encouraging everyone to build their own personal resilience tool kit. With those tools being specific to their own personal needs.
Helping people to feel more able and more confident in going some way to supporting their own mental health needs whilst going through life’s inevitable ups and downs, Christine has created and developed a series of talks and workshops to share the importance of taking your own self-care seriously. She has been a speaker on webinars for online conference events for raising awareness and supporting NHS staff and other medical professionals primarily in the pharmaceutical sector for the need to put their own self-care back in the frame and to take their health and wellbeing seriously.
Christine has previously worked for the NHS in the Women and Children’s Directorate as the Medical Workforce Officer supporting both obstetrics & gynaecology and paediatrics. Later working in CAMHS and then in the Executive Directorate as the Compliance & Corporate Support Officer. This role involved working with the Clinical Management Team, the Hospital Management Committee, and the Board of Governors.
Christine has been a lifelong learner and a researcher through her love of books, adding to her life experiences. Further supporting as a Mental Health First Aider and Wellbeing Champion in her daily life. As a mental health and wellbeing advocate, Christine has also created a de-stress tool for students and others to use as a coping mechanism, providing a safe space to write out your thoughts, feelings and process your emotions, reducing anxiety and stress.
- *** Black Friday Deal *** £266 + VAT until Friday 8th December
- £399 + VAT for one NHS or public sector place
Created to enable you as NHS professionals to step back, improve your understanding and hone your finer skills. The following is an insight into the job titles of the previous attendees who came to Compassionate and Supportive Leadership Skills when it was held in November 2022 and June 2023:
Past attendee feedback
"The training was amazing today. Found it really helpful for myself and as a manager to a lovely team who I care about"Compassionate and Supportive Leadership Skills, November 2023
"Presentations were very engaging and inclusive facilitation"Compassionate and Supportive Leadership Skills, November 2023
"I found the day very enjoyable and learned some valuable tools and ideas hopefully to take back to my work place"Compassionate and Supportive Leadership Skills, November 2022
"All the presentations where clear and easy to understand and relevant to my job role"Compassionate and Supportive Leadership Skills, November 2022
"Good opportunity to hear from others in similar situations with similar issues"Compassionate and Supportive Leadership Skills, November 2022