We are excited to announce our new certified Leadership and Professional Development (Healthcare) Programme, in conjunction with King’s College London, which will be available to all visiting professionals and international clinicians.
The programme will enable participants to gain feedback and understanding into themselves and their leadership styles, providing insight and self-awareness.
Upon completion, participants will:
- Understand what makes an effective leader in healthcare through exposure to different and contemporary approaches to leadership
- Articulate their own leadership values and subsequent ability to better make decisions as a leader
- Understand the leadership levers for enhancing employee outcomes, linked to team working and quality improvement
- Hone their ability to become a reflective leader
A certificate of completion, certified by Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College, will be provided allowing participants to evidence 18 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity.
Those successfully completing this programme will also join King’s Business School’s global alumni network giving access to future business school content, events and benefits.
|Course date||Registration deadline|
|10th January 2024||18th December 2023|
Leadership – overview
- Leadership vs. management
- Leadership competency framework
Leadership – The Academic Bit
- Evolution of the understanding of leadership – various approaches, theories and models
Self test – short MCQ
- Personal values profile
- Leadership decision making and the role of values
- Healthcare Hybrid Managers – Mediating between the professional and management identity
Impact and Effectiveness II – self
- Ethics, authenticity and power
- Being a reflective practitioner
- Resilience as a leader in Healthcare
Self-test – short MCQ
Impact and Effectiveness – team
- Impact of leadership – different ways
- Leading diverse teams in Healthcare
- Inclusive leadership (Psychological safety) in Healthcare
Impact and Effectiveness II – end user
- Quality improvement
- Culture for QI (Leadership for QI)
- Patient co-production