HEE-SW Faculty Development Webinar - Coaching Tools for a Compassionate Culture -Leadership Skills for Healthy Team Dynamics
Category: Educational/Clinical Supervisors - Established Trainers Courses
Date: February 4th 2022 9:00am until 4:00pm
Coaching Tools for a Compassionate Culture
Delivered over Zoom – please ensure you have the latest version installed on your desktop or smartphone!
To register your interest for any or all courses, email FacultyDevelopment.SW@hee.nhs.uk. We will shortly be taking bookings via our new system, MaxCourse, and will inform all supervisors when and how to book.
A Coaching Approach to Team Dynamics
Speakers: Caroline Taplin & Rachel McCoubrie
Date: 4th February 2022
Time: 9am – 4pm
Caroline Taplin works as a Coaching Supervisor, Leadership Coach and Facilitator with a particular interest in raising clients’ awareness of their strengths to maximise their own performance. Caroline has been employed for over 30 years initially in the private sector and latterly in the public sector, holding several senior management positions. She teaches on behalf of HEE-SW on the ILM Coaching and Mentoring Certificate course.
Rachel McCoubrie works as Lead for Support and Wellbeing for Doctors and Dentists in UHBW. Prior to this she worked as a Palliative Care Consultant in the trust for 13 years. In 2018 she developed an interest in Coaching and NLP and trained in both, achieving ILM level 5 in Coaching and Mentoring and NLP Master Practitioner.
Approaches to develop healthy team dynamics:
Most teams have faced changes and challenges, especially through the pandemic. Now is the perfect time to look forward and focus on how we work together as teams made up of many individuals. This day will include strategies for creating a team environment, managing team dynamics, facilitating effective communication and considering the qualities of a lead or a team member. It will be an interactive day and will help us to reflect on how we show up as individuals and consider what makes a functional team where psychological safety and compassion are the norm.