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Registrations are now closed. Please contact Mededucation@monashhealth.org with any queries.
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The Women In Medicine iLEAD program is designed to assist women who are in a leadership position with Monash Health to develop their leadership skills and explore the complexities and inspiration of exceptional leadership.High quality leadership is consistently found to impact positive outcomes and results. This leadership balances the focus on the job and the people. The key to successful workplaces that require a high level of complexity, including inter- and intra- professional collaboration, is the ability of the leaders to create the right environment for their people and programs to thrive.
The Women in Medicine iLEAD program is spread over 3 days (Wednesday 26th June, 24th July, 1st August 2019) from 9.00am to 4.30pm.
The Women in Medicine iLEAD program, is based on the Transformative Leadership Model comprising:
- Emotional Intelligence – leading self and others
- Strategic Intelligence – leading the work on the floor from a strategic perspective
- Learning Intelligence – leading the collaborative culture of inter-disciplinary work
It will cover the following topics:
- Leadership for the 21st Century
- Building cultures of listening, deep dialogue and collaboration
- Building your action plan for your own leadership journey
- The neuroscience of leadership
- Character strengths
- Situational awareness and strategic thinking
Tracey Ezard is a leadership and collaboration specialist who has worked pre-dominantly in the health and education sectors, helping leaders transform their approach to deal with a complex and rapidly shifting context. She is the author of two books: The Buzz, Creating a Thriving and Collaborative Staff Learning Culture and Glue: The Stuff that Binds Us Together to do Extraordinary Things. Tracey has delivered the ’’iLEAD’ leadership program at Monash Health for managers for a number of years. She works in a number of tertiary hospitals and the health sector in general leadership and building team capacity.
Anjali Dhulia is the Chief Medical Officer of Monash Health. Anjali will take us through the VIA character strengths approach to flourishing as a leader.
We will also have various senior leaders and course alumni from within Monash Health come to work with us as part of the program.
“Find out more about Tracey” https://www.traceyezard.com/