The Professional Leadership Course will run from 26-27 November 2018.
MONDAY 26 NOVEMBER
|Morning||Emotional Intelligence & Authenticity|
|In this session, participants will examine the importance of emotional intelligence
(EI) versus the more usually measured IQ, and explore the four pillars of EI: self-awareness, self-management, awareness of others and relationship management.
They will examine each pillar and how it has a vital role to play in supporting the
leadership approach that will offer sustainable, successful leadership to high
performing teams, and look at what leaders need to do in order to develop these
four skills of emotional intelligence.
|Afternoon||Building and Maintaining High Performing Teams|
|Participants will explore the following factors that create high performing teams:
• What matters most and why
• Are psychologically safe
• Worry less about harmony than performance
• Maintain a balance between technical and social competence
• Absolute confidence in each other’s ability
• Have access to organisational structures and resources that facilitate teamwork
• Progress focused
• Interact face to face frequently
• Know how to have a difficult conversation
TUESDAY 27 NOVEMBER
|Morning||Integrity & Ethical Decisions|
|The group will explore making decisions based on a principled conscience
approach, a social conscience approach and a rule compliant approach. It
looks at meta-ethical decisions which are ethically sound without being bound to a single ethical approach – and at some practicalexamples, some ethical dilemmas to test decision making.
|This is a highly interactive session, designed to equip and encourage individuals to steer a course around organisational barriers and engage actively in the political sphere in an ethical and systematic way.|
26-27 November 2018 (2 day course)
Roger Delves, Rebecca Stephens MBE & Dr Jane Stevens
Members: €600 inclusive of 20% UK VAT
Non-Members: €700 inclusive of 20% UK VAT
Fee includes lunch, refreshments and a dinner on Monday 26 November 2018
A two day highly interactive course with the objective of increasing self-awareness and developing leadership skills for the benefit of the individual, the team, and most importantly, the patient.
The workshop is aimed at surgeons who currently hold leadership positions, those seeking to fulfil such positions in the future and those wishing to enhance their leadership skills. Surgeons aiming to advance their skills in leading people, groups, and organisations will also find the course valuable.
To enable delegates to handle difficult non-clinical problems which commonly arise in a cardiac or thoracic unit.