Are you working in a Quality Improvement (QI) role or projects within North East & Yorkshire
This programme has been designed for colleagues working in roles and projects which involve Quality Improvement (QI), with a focus upon developing participant’s leadership effectiveness for QI through the application of a coaching approach.Preference for places will be given to those staff working to support the establishment of ICS in the region, and as such are open to all organisations across the health and care system. This will enable the development and application of core skills around supporting engagement of staff, increasing the impact and long term success of change initiatives.
Participants will be required to identify and undertake a project which will enable application of learning within the workplace (it is not expected that this project must complete within the life of the programme). The impact of your personal learning and the service improvement project will be evaluated 3 months post programme completion which will include submission of a brief written summary; this will not be academically assessed, but will be used within the NEYLA website and newsletter to highlight the excellent work from across the region.
This programme is aimed at health and care staff from all professional backgrounds within the North East & Yorkshire region, working within a healthcare setting. This includes staff involved in supporting change initiatives (such as service redesign or organisational change) as a key part of their role, but not working specifically in a QI or transformation role.
There is no expectation that participants will be qualified coaches, but they should have experience of managing change in the workplace. Please be aware that attendance at this programme will not provide coaching accreditation.
Features and benefits to participants
- The opportunity to work with colleagues from across organisations to share learning
- The opportunity to gain key skills around the application of coaching approaches to support staff engagement within change initiatives
- Increased awareness and understanding of the impact of group dynamics within change processes
- Increased understanding of the challenges within establishing and maintaining change
- Increased awareness of their personal response and impact (use of self)