The Language of Leadership: Finding your own Voice
A Personalised Leadership Programme
Leadership cannot be downloaded. Learning about leadership and the many aspects of your leadership role is of course important, but leadership cannot be summarised in a checklist.
Being a leader – at work, and in your own life – is a personal development journey: leadership is about who you are as much as what to do.
This programme is your invitation to embark on that personal journey of discovery. You’ll have time and space to think, to observe yourself and the impact you have on others, and you’ll gain useful insights into your relationships.
Reflective practice requires dedicated time and flexibility. The Language of Leadership programme allows you to balance the demands of clinical training with a commitment to your leadership development.
You’ll be given opportunities to reflect on what really matters to you, you’ll gain clarity about what you want your own life purpose to be, identify your most cherished values – and reflect on how they align with your personal and professional life – so that you can be the doctor you want to be and the person you choose to be.
As we work together you will also add to your interpersonal skills toolkit – and learn to integrate these skills into your work and personal life, embedding them by making your communication congruent with the person you are and who you choose to be. You’ll notice what that congruence looks like, sounds like, and feels like for you – and as a leader, you’ll encourage others to do the same.
You’ll be thinking about how to engage positively with change and uncertainty and how to stretch beyond your comfort zone while maintaining sustainable practice. You’ll be learning how you can motivate and inspire others, so that you and your team can solve problems and meet challenges to provide the best quality care to your patients.
Throughout the programme, you’ll be reflecting on and developing your own individual and authentic leadership style; you’ll be taking full ownership of your leadership role; you’ll be finding your own voice.