Leadership in Action Workshop

This workshop will describe the current allied health leadership context in Australia, the challenges, opportunities and areas of focus in the years ahead. Practical tips on allied health advocacy and leadership resilience in the changing complex healthcare environment will be workshopped by key experts in the field. The session will conclude with an opportunity for discussion between workshop participants and industry leaders.

Event Objectives: during the workshop, we expect to …

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of the allied health leadership context in Australia
  • Develop knowledge and skills in advocacy for allied health professionals
  • Build a greater understanding of the current roles, relationships, networks and programs and how stakeholders collaborate and co-create value together
  • Develop knowledge and skills on the neuroscience of leadership and how this can build resilience
  • Provide an opportunity for attendees to ask individualised questions to a panel of experts to deepen their knowledge, skills and application around leadership
  • Provide an opportunity for leaders to network with one another

Expected Learning Outcomes: by the end of the workshop, participants will have …

  • Developed a deeper knowledge and understanding around allied health leadership context in Australia
  • An understanding of advocacy, and some key skills and/or attributes required when advocating for allied health, the participant’s profession or team(s)
  • An understanding and application of how to market a service and service ecosystem through co-creating value
  • An appreciation of the neuroscience of leadership and how this can be applied to individuals and organisations
  • Experienced an opportunity to seek advice and expertise from a panel of experts to deepen their knowledge, skills and application around leadership
  • Experienced an opportunity to network with colleagues

Event plan: The learning objectives and outcomes described above will be achieved by …

TIME LEADERSHIP IN ACTION WORKSHOP | M3, Mezzanine Level, BCEC
Chair: Robyn Adams, Executive Officer, Australian Council of Deans of Health Sciences
0830-0900 Registration / Arrival Tea and Barista Coffee
0900-0920 Welcome and Allied Health Leadership in Australia – organisations, perceptions, influence
Catherine Turnbull, Chief Allied and Scientific Health Officer, SA Health
0920-1000 Advocacy
Sue Sampson, Director, Transform Consulting
1000-1030 Morning Tea
1030-1130 Co- creating value
Dr Anthony Davidson, School of Business, UQ
1130-1230 Neuroscience of leadership – resilience
Dr Diane Harner, Managing Director of CleverMinds Consulting
1230-1300

Panel


Facilitator: Robyn Adams

Panel Members: Cath Turnbull, Sue Sampson, Dr Anthony Davidson, Dr Diane Harner

Workshop Speakers

Catherine Turnbull, SA Chief Allied and Scientific Health Officer

Sue Sampson, Director, Transform Consulting

Stepping into advocacy: preparing yourself and your message for success

Sue is a highly experienced leadership development specialist, facilitator and organisational development professional with significant senior management experience. She has worked as an independent consultant for 15 years working with a wide range of clients in the areas of leadership, HR strategy, facilitation, organisational development and community engagement.

Dr Anthony Davidson, School of Business, UQ

Marketing your service – how to collaborate and co-create value to effectively position your service, team and profession.

Dr Anthony Davidson is an Industry Fellow at UQ Business School. Anthony is an accomplished strategist who helps organisations achieve sustainable growth through insight and value co-creation. He facilitates world class MBA and postgraduate marketing courses and contributes to international research in marketing and sustainability. His areas of expertise include marketing strategy, value co-creation, branding, customer experience, omnichannel marketing, and automated marketing.

Dr Diane Harner, Managing Director of CleverMinds Consulting

Diane is a published neuroscientist who has spent the last 15 years in the corporate environment. As the Founder and Managing Director of CleverMinds Consulting, Diane combines her business acumen with her expertise in neuroscience to drive individual and organizational performance.

Diane helps professionals to become more deliberate in their actions, manage their cognitive resources and understand organisational and individual behaviour. In a world where managing intellectual capital is critical to success, Diane helps individuals to think productively, simplify decision making, manage stress and enhance emotional intelligence.

 

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