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How to Be an Inspirational and Effective Leader

  • : Brisbane QLD 4001

 

A seminar that supports nurses at all levels

Overview

This program teaches nurses who hold management positions how to lead and manage others so as to achieve sustainable results. It is a highly interactive program that enables the participant to learn how to effectively deal with complex staff issues that can erode confidence and self-esteem if left unchecked. It aims to explore the challenging areas of management that relate to:

  • Motivation and change management
  • Ensuring accountability and creating positive workplace cultures
  • Minimising conflict and managing toxic bullies
  • Maintaining personal health and buoyancy.

Limited spaces available - book your place now.

 

Need for Program

As the health care system becomes more demanding and sophisticated, nurses are increasingly required to 'step up' into management positions. Often they are required to manage a broad range of staff, some of whom may demonstrate complex management challenges. It is essential that nurses who hold management roles have the best educational support that enables them to competently fulfil their role and to maintain a genuine sense of purpose and achievement.

Purpose of Program

This program teaches nurses who hold management positions how to lead and manage others so as to achieve sustainable results. It is a highly interactive program that enables the participant to learn how to deal effectively with complex staff issues that can erode confidence and self-esteem if left unchecked. As leadership needs to demonstrate a high level of accountability, participants will be expected to complete a self-evaluation leadership checklist prior to coming to the course.

Learning Outcomes

At the conclusion of this program it is expected that the participants will be able to:

  • Return to the workplace with improved management and leadership skills that can immediately be implemented
  • Demonstrate increased confidence when dealing with tough management issues
  • Effectively manage bullying behaviour and ensure that it is not repeated and does not affect patient outcomes and staff satisfaction.
  • Very interactive group participation is required eg singing
  • Schedule Day One


    8:30am - Registration and Refreshments


    9:00am

    Getting in the Management Groove! - Modern Nursing and Midwifery Managers on the Move

    This introductory session explores approaches for working together during this two day program and ensuring your learning style is accommodated.

    • What are your personal learning objectives for this course?
    • Setting the scene: alignment with the Australian Health Leadership Framework
    • An introductory look at the following core concepts:
      • Leadership
      • Management
      • Governance
      • Effect iveness
      • Inspirati on
      • What is the key purpose of your role as a leader and a manager?
      • What are the consequences if you 'drop the ball'?
      • Are you too busy…or are you achieving outcomes?
      • Based on your self-evaluation prior to course identify which strategic activities would enable you to become more effective
      • Explore the neuroscience that ensures you are inspirational all the time – either for magnificence or mischief

    10:30am - Morning Tea and Coffee


    11:00am

    'Using a Bit of Buzz' - A Scientific Approach to Achieving Better Results
    • The concept of 'seven brains' and how to use them
    • How is neuroscience contributing to our understanding of better management?
    • Stressed or blessed – how your perception influences your team results
    • Discover how mirror neurons are always switched on and your leadership is always on show

    12:00pm

    Roll Up your Sleeves - Let's Start Applying the Principles
    • “Without vision the people perish” – create a vision for your workplace
    • Why values drive behaviour – what are your values and those of your workplace team?
    • How do you communicate your values to staff?
    • How is compliance with team values sustained?
    • What needs to happen when values are violated?
    • What to do when conflicting values collide

    1:00pm - Lunch Break and Networking


    2:00pm

    Mapping Your Team Culture and Managing Toxic Bullies

    Identify the magnificent; mean wells; mediocres and malevolents in your team.

    • Match your right leadership style to each group
    • Why you may be making matters worse through empowering the bullies
    • Practice the courageous conversation script to manage inappropriate behaviours

    3:00pm - Afternoon Tea and Coffee


    3:30pm

    Staying Afloat on the Management Boat! Buoyancy Strategies for Effective Leaders
    • Leaders and managers who role model good health and buoyancy are critical to effective teamwork
    • Cultivating resilience as a positive force
    • Taking a proactive rather than a reactive approach to controlling stress levels and responses
    • What is 'burnout' and why is it important that it is identified early?

    4:15pm - Close of Day One of Program

    Day Two

    9:00am - Commencement of Day Two


    9:00am

    Reflect and Review Key Learnings of Day One

    Apply reflection principles to identify the key outcomes of Day One.


    9:30am

    Emotional Intelligence

    How harmonious teams work to achieve the shared ideal of high quality patient care.

    • Delve deeper into the brain of bullying and brilliance
    • Identify toxic sociopathic behaviours quickly and take swift action
    • How does “road rage” happen at work? Calm your amygdala before it explodes
    • Take command of four core emotional intelligence competencies

    10:30am - Morning Tea and Coffee


    11:00am

    Quality Should be a Habit ... Not an Accident

    Implementing quality assurance and quality improvement strategies.

    • How to inspire staff to have pride in their participation in quality assurance/improvement activities
    • Making quality easy nor onerous
    • Why it is essential to align quality to vision and values?

    12:00pm

    The Buck Stops Here! Accountability – Who is Really Responsible?
    • Identifying the legislation which affects clinical practice, converting it into policies and procedures and ensuring that staff know how the law applies to their different roles
    • Communication of expectations and boundaries – which strategies can you use?

    12:30pm

    Courageous Conversations - Practice Makes Perfect

    Managers will invariably need to have difficult conversations with staff and colleagues. Conducting these conversations is a critical skill in effective leadership. This session will help you:

    • Hone in on this skill
    • Develop confidence and eloquence
    • Stay strong in maintaining boundaries

    1:00pm - Lunch Break and Networking


    2:00pm

    'Get Streetwise' - Political Intelligence and Anticipating Change

    Success emerges from knowledge of workable strategies and their efficient application in management and leadership situations at work. The incorporation of political intelligence is a crucial part of this mix.

    • What do you need to consider when planning significant change?
    • Why is political intelligence such a powerful force and what are its characteristics?
    • 10 strategies for successful change management
    • Self-reflection – which strategies have you used previously and which can you incorporate into future change management guidelines?

    3:00pm - Afternoon Tea and Coffee


    3:30pm

    May The Force Be With You

    This final session will be an opportunity to summarise what you have learned and to ensure you have take-home skills and strategies that can immediately be applied in your work environment.

    • What do you intend to change as a result of this education? How will you prioritise your workload? State your management/leadership goals for the forthcoming year
      • What are your priorities?
    • Which areas of your own practice are you going to work on?

    4:15pm - Close of Seminar and Evaluations

    Presenters


    Ilze Jaunberzins

    Ilze Jaunberzins

    Ilze is the Principal of PowerMind Life and Leadership Coaching, a science-based coaching practice. She is also a highly experienced nurse, manager and educator. Ilze is dynamic and passionate about leaders being effective; not busy, but effective and confident. Be prepared for a lively two days of inspiration and learning.

Title
How to Be an Inspirational and Effective Leader
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Type
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Provider Type
RTO
Duration
11 hours
Start Date
05-Dec-2016
End Date
06-Dec-2016
CPD
11 hours
Fees
$495.00
Location
Brisbane QLD 4001
Venue
Hotel Ibis Brisbane, 27 - 35 Turbot Street
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