See below for the latest fantastic learning and development opportunities available with the North East and Yorkshire NHS Leadership Academy (NEYLA):
Winter Support - Health and Wellbeing Workshops
After 20 months of sustained, high performance work under unusual pressures, many NHS leaders and teams are feeling overwhelmed, even exhausted. The slip from manageable levels of stress to something more damaging can be so gradual it can easily get missed.
Working in Partnership with Unlimited Potential, NEYLA bring you a series of 6 webinars designed to support your Health and Wellbeing:
- Stress, Fatigue and Burnout
- Post-traumatic Growth
- Growth Mindset
- The Sticking Point
- Re-Connect workshop
- Disruption-Unity Gap
The Orchard Programme
The Orchard Programme is a development programme for women who want to take the next step in their career, take control, become more assertive, increase their confidence, recognise their power and presence, and build a positive attitude in both their work and home lives.
The programme is aimed at those working in Health & Social Care who are a Band 6 or below. If you would value time to reflect, share your experiences with other women and most importantly, set achievable goals for now and the future then this development programme is for you.
Leading Leaders and Managers Through Positive Change Mindset
NEYLA are excited to bring you a series of Inclusive Leadership workshops, Leading Leaders and Managers Through Positive Change and Mindsets, working along with their delivery partner Enact Solutions they will be using realistic, dramatised content, electronic polling, and facilitated group exercises and discussions, learners will explore the key elements of Inclusive Leadership, practicing and developing the associated behaviours ready for leading their teams in their own organisation
Workshops on offer:
- Inclusive Leadership
- Dignity and Respect at Work
- Managing Microaggressions & Incivility in the workplace
The Why, What and How of Building a Healthcare System
Embedding a learning health system approach at Chase Farm Hospital │ Wednesday 19 January 2022 │ 12:00 - 13:30
Building Resilient Collaborative Teams
As part of NEYLA's winter support offer, this 2 stage programme will provide teams with tools and techniques to support teams to remain resourceful and engaged, increasing resilience and collaboration as strategies for dealing with uncertainty and rising to meet new challenges.
There are two stages to this programme. You are welcome to simply attend stage 1 and if you see the potential value you can apply to the Leadership Academy to engage your team in the full programme. Stage 1 is open to anyone regardless of your role.
Manager as Coach - Everyday Coaching Conversations
24 January 2022 │ 9:00 - 11:00 │ Virtual Platform: Teams
This interactive workshop is aimed at managers at all levels and roles, and those aspiring to their first management role. Join NEYLA to gain insight and skills in the key leadership skill of how to start, hold and complete a transformational conversation.
Lunch and Learn: Building Psychological Safety in a Hybrid Working World
26 January 2022 │ 12:30 - 13:30 │ Virtual Platform: Teams
NEYLA will be drawing on the Harvard Business Review article by Amy Edmondson and Mark Mortensen to consider how we as leaders/managers can contribute to the building of psychological safety in our own organisations.
Leading at Neighbourhood and Place - an Introduction to Learning Systems
3 February 2022 │ 9:30 - 11:00 │ Virtual Platform: Zoom
In this introductory session, Andy Crosbie from the Collective Impact Agency (member organisation of the HLS Collaborative) will be looking at:
- Understanding complexity
- What’s wrong with our current way of delivering public services?
- How can we do public services better?
Leading Conversations to Build Resilience
16 February 2022 │ Time: Various │ Virtual Platform: Teams
This short session is for managers who want to increase their confidence in the many conversations they have with people, all of which can help to support individuals and recognise the importance of the work they do. NEYLA will be reminding managers of the skills and approaches they can use, drawing upon both research and practical evidence.