Self-leadership: Women in Health
Online (Zoom) Training Thursday 15 Sept
- Starts 15 SepStarts 15 Sep
- 440 New Zealand dollars$440
- Location 1
How well do you lead yourself? We all look for exceptional leadership externally, but forget to be the best leaders to ourselves. Most of us have never been given a clear approach to lead ourselves well, or had role models that demonstrate inspiring self-leadership. That’s why it’s important to take the time to build the necessary frameworks and skills for strong self-leadership and become a more empowered professional. In today’s complex workplace experiencing continual change and challenge, leaders and employees benefit from developing superior self-leadership and self-management skills to maximise their potential and to contribute productively to their team. Although familiar with the concept of leading others, leading oneself can be a game-changer. The program includes: Deepening skills and understanding of self- awareness, self-leadership and self-management Exploring the personal, professional and workplace ramifications of not leading or managing yourself well Building skills and strategies for increasing personal agency Building autonomy and empowerment to manage workload and productivity Apply understanding of the brain to manage conflict and emotional triggers Michelle Bihary leads this powerful, practical and engaging program to help you drive your career more confidently by bringing together her wisdom of more than 30 years experience in mental health, neuroscience, emotional intelligence, positive psychology, resilience, coaching, mentoring and leadership. Surrounded by like-minded women experiencing similar challenges in the disrupted healthcare context. Spaces are limited. Michelle’s approach Michelle is a master at sharing theoretically informed, but practical solutions and strategies, that can be implemented quickly and immediately provide tangible results. Her ability to engage with people and create psychological safety within a workplace environment is her zone of genius. Over the past decade, Michelle has been privileged to deliver training and facilitate powerful change to many workplaces, to over 35,000 professionals. She has shared the wisdom of many years in leadership roles in public health, running her own private health service and the practical knowledge of understanding how people create psychological and behavioral change informed by her mental health practice.