CPD Day: The Power of Conversations - 02.12.2016
You told us that events for learning, networking and sharing are great, and asked if we could find a way to bring these issues together into a central network as many of you, like us, wear multiple hats! We also know that these areas are not independent – they all impact on each other. Therefore we invite you to the 2nd December – CPD: The Power of Conversations that will enhance knowledge and learning for you, your team, your organisation and the systems you work in…and give you that vital opportunity to network and share.
The CPD day will cover topics that relate to OD, Talent, Inclusion and Coaching/Mentoring.
Click here to access the agenda for the day and details of each session.
Date: Friday 2nd December 2016
Time: Registration form 09:00. 09:30 - 16:00
Venue: University Hospital Birmingham, Mindelsohn Way, Birmingham B15 2TH (Travel/parking information can be found here.)
**Please note places are limited, once places a filled the system will not accpet further applications.**
Kim Morgan is Managing Director of Barefoot Coaching Ltd, one of the UK’s leading providers of coaching and University Accredited Coach Training. Kim was one of the UK’s first executive business and personal coaches, who has pioneered and led externally certified University Masters Level Postgraduate Awards in Coach Training since 2001.
Kim was awarded “Coach of the Year” in 2012 by Coaching at Work Magazine. With over 25 years’ experience of psychology and people development, across all sectors of public and private business, Kim draws extensively on her experiences of what universally works to make great leaders, successful individuals, successful teams and outstanding organisations.
Spending time in Kim Morgan’s company is one of life’s great pleasures. Kim has a rare talent to understand the mind and help you arrange the contents to the very best effect for your personal and professional wellbeing.
Professor Damian Hughes, Author of “Liquid Thinker”
Dr Stefan Cantore:
Stefan is Principal Teaching Fellow and Director of Enterprise at Southampton Business School where he is Programme Director of the Masters in Organisational Change Management and contributes to a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes. The focus of his research and consulting practice is in exploring the way in which conversation shapes who we are and how we work together in organisational contexts.
Stefan has authored the well-reviewed ‘Appreciative Inquiry for Change Management’ (with Professor Jonathan Passmore and Sarah Lewis) and ‘Top Business Psychology Models’ both published by Kogan Page. He publishes in practitioner and academic journals and is a regular presenter at national and international conferences.
His career history includes time spent as an NHS Trust CEO leading a complex £65m turnover healthcare business. He continues to work as an OD consultant delivering a wide range of Coaching, Organisation Development and Change Management consultancy assignments across the public, voluntary and commercial sectors.
Rebecca Howard FRSA is a multi-award winning entrepreneur, Neuro Linguistic psychotherapist, psychotherapeutic executive coach and experienced trainer and facilitator with extensive experience working with the NHS - in leadership development, resilience, authenticity, confidence, performance, organisational culture, women’s leadership. Rebecca is a Master Practitioner and certified trainer in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).
Her company ShinyMind creates and delivers bespoke organisational and leadership psychotherapeutic change programmes and executive psychotherapeutic coaching. Her NLP and psychotherapeutic approaches to changing and eradicating limiting beliefs that hold back progress helps both individuals and organisations gain profound insight and awareness as to their own barriers, limitations and responsibility within the system.
In recent years her work has seen her become North East “Woman Entrepreneur of the Year”, be invited to speak at the House of Lords on ethical business and become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), in recognition of the contribution her businesses have made to society in the field of health, justice and employability.
Yvonne is a Registered General Nurse by profession, and joined the Health Services Management Centre at the University of Birmingham in May 2011 from a Director role in a PCT, which had a large provider arm. As Director of Nursing and Quality she was both the chief nurse in the provider arm, and led the quality agenda for commissioning. As the PCT commissioned from Mid Staff at the time of the Francis Inquiry, she was a witness in this inquiry, and worked with the Trust to facilitate improvements. She has over 30 years experience in a variety of roles and settings in the NHS, predominantly in nursing and leadership roles in community-based organisations.
At HSMC she is the programme director for the regional leadership programme commissioned by HE West Midlands; co-designed two modules for the Leadership Academy’s Anderson Programme; and was cohort director for the Bevan programme. She is trained to use the 360 leadership feedback tool. She also runs two Masters modules- commissioning and quality assurance. Her consultancy projects are varied, from developing a local leadership strategy through to evaluating the national Return to Nursing programme for HEE. Her main research is in emotional labour as a poorly understand contributory factor to the delivery of poor patient care. Her TEDx talk describes this concept https://t.co/eUVA3SWf9j. She is a founding cohort of the Health Foundation’s Q Initiative- looking to learn and disseminate the tools of improvement science.
Leadership has formed an integral part of my career. Early on, as a clinician, leading teams, I recognised how important team working was, so dependent on effective, visible and pragmatic leadership. My experience developed though good coaching, mentoring, and targeted academic and experiential learning. As a manager, leader and coach I take a positive ‘can do’ approach and believe this helps me as I work with, lead, support, motivate and develop others.