NHS England Women’s Network event; The Power and Potential of Change

28 September 2017 10:00am – 4:00pm
UNISON, 130 Euston Road, London, NW1 2AY, United Kingdom
Calendar 2017-09-28 10:00:00 2017-09-28 16:00:00 Europe/London NHS England Women’s Network event; The Power and Potential of Change For event information please visit: https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/9273 UNISON, 130 Euston Road, London, NW1 2AY, United Kingdom Organiser
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NHS England women’s network invites you to join us for a development day full of inspirational speakers, workshops, interactive sessions plus a lunchtime marketplace. Our theme for the day is The Power and Potential of Change and there will be speakers telling their own personal stories including Dany Cotton, the first woman London Fire Commissioner opening the day and Kemi Adenubi Programme Director of the National Data Services Development (NDSD) programme at NHS Digital. We will also have a choice of development workshops, plus the chance to have a conversation with a panel of senior women from across the public sector and national trade unions about their own experiences of change and of course some time for you to reflect and build your networks.


These events are always oversubscribed and this will be our first one in London for some time so please register early to avoid disappointment - they are free to our women’s network members as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting you and your development.

 

Workshop information

Coaching and Mentoring Workshop, OD and People Team

This workshop will give participants

  • a taster of coaching as an intervention
  • an understanding of how coaching can support an individual through periods of change
  • examples of how coaching will explore reactions to emotions associated with change
  • information on the internal coaching and mentoring service available to colleagues in the women’s network

 

Self-care Workshop with Pritti Mehta: National Lead for Empowering People & Communities. 

Self-care is arguably the primary form of care. It is the action that we each take to look after our own health and wellbeing, in order to stay well and to manage long term conditions’.

Pritti is passionate about people-powered health and wellbeing and her session will focus on how we should best approach self-care and the potential benefits to be gained from building these self-management skills.  Her session places emphasis on building personal resilience and the crucial role this plays in the context of change.

 

Flexible Working Workshop - Being ready for the future with Kirstie Stott, Managing Director of Equilibrium and the Inspiring Leaders Network

This interactive workshop will give participants:

A safe space to discuss flexible working practices and what it means to them

An understanding of the Equilibrium work and survey results

Facilitated conversations and discussions to think about what needs to change and what our roles are within that feed into the Equilibrium national charter work.

 

Energy for Change; with Leigh Kendall, Horizons team, NHS England

Change is the only constant in life…how do we cope with the challenges life presents us with?

In this workshop we will explore energy for change so we can sustain momentum over the long term.

We will also look at how we build resilience for dealing with the ups and downs of our professional and personal lives.

 

Thinking Council with Rachel Day, Managing Director of Thinkingstream Ltd

A thinking council, developed by Nancy Kline from Time to Think, is a process that supports people to think through a challenge or idea with the contribution of others diverse experience. 

This workshop will introduce you to the process and enable you to contribute your own experience to a current challenge of someone from within the network.


Contact information

For further information, please contact Sally Ledger:
Tel: 0113 825 0682
Email: England.beingvisible@nhs.net

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