Conversations in Leadership – What are they?
A group of us got together to brainstorm how to use our learning from leadership fellowships to continue to develop our leadership skills. We came up with this series of fun, interactive evening events to develop new skills and hear from established leaders.
The Events – click on the links to book – please book now as there are limited places
All held at the Royal Society of Medicine
6.30pm – 8pm 5th April – www.rsm.ac.uk/events/rph58
Adrian Plunkett and Pete Jeffries – Learning from Excellence – discussing how they designed, implemented and shared a new health care initiative to improve quality of care and patient safety. They will talk about how they used Appreciative Inquiry to develop the scheme and how they overcame the barriers to embedding it in their trust and sharing it more widely. It is meant to be useful to all of us so you can pick their brains for how to overcome problems with your own projects too.
6.30pm – 8pm 4th May – www.rsm.ac.uk/events/rph59
Claire Lemer – Learning from Leadership Fellows – What can we really take from leadership training? Claire will share her experiences from combining clinical and leadership work and how she managed to craft the jobs she wanted. She will also give us her insights into working in the New Care Models at Evelina.
6.30pm – 8pm 8th June – www.rsm.ac.uk/events/rph60
Bob Klaber and Tracey Batten – Learning from Leaders: How does culture shape performance? Get the insight from the CEO and Associate Medical Director at the Trust made famous by Hospital – Imperial. How do they do it? How do they deal with the bed pressures? What is it like to be a clinical leader?
See you there!
RSM Darzi Fellow