29 November 2023
10:00 - 11:00
1 hour

MS Teams
Online video conferencing

In this one-hour webinar, we will:
• Introduce the model
• Consider the importance of getting it right
• How our habits might lead us to use the wrong style (even when we mean well)
• Consider the coaching quadrant in particular, sharing the GROW model with example questions to help develop a coaching style.

This session is aimed at those who are new to a leadership role and/or those who would like to improve their leadership skills.

Lead facilitator

Sally Vaughan  

Biography: Sally started her career as an NHS as an NHS General Management Trainee in 2006, gaining an MSc in Healthcare Leadership and Management as part of this programme. She has worked in various operational management roles across mental health and acute services since then, mainly in London teaching hospitals. More recently she was the Associate Director for Surgery, Theatres, Anaesthetics and Critical Care at Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, successfully leading those services through the Covid pandemic surges and elective recovery phases. Sally is a qualified coach and has training in Quality Improvement methodology. She is currently studying on the Leadership Academy's Nye Bevan Programme and to become an MBTI Practitioner. 

Recent accomplishments: Sally supported the opening of the Heatherwood Hospital as a state of the art orthopaedic and opthalmology elective centre at Frimley Health and increased Critical Care capacity permanently as part of the post-Covid response. Her leadership and coordination of surgical services at Frimley saw some of the first 'green pathway' elective patients treated outside of London in a Covid-safe environment against a backdrop of her Trust treating the 4th highest level of Covid patients in the country. 

How she can help you: Sally supports the Leadership and Organisational Development Faculty at NHS Elect.

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