14 December 2020
09:30 - 11:00
1.5 hours
Online video conferencing

Resilient people can survive dysfunctional organisations and healthy team cultures can support exhausted people but with effort and insight we can create teams in which people know the combination of habits and behavioural factors that help them do their best work on a sustainable basis and leaders know how to build a culture that sustains resilience rather than depleting it. This session offers a simple four-step process for auditing your environment to understand what’s currently helping and hindering your wellbeing; reflecting on your habits to identify strengths and weaknesses and using those insights to develop personalised programmes of personal and organisational development.

The workshop will cover:
· Identifying the environmental factors have the biggest effect on our wellbeing at work
· Undertaking a personal audit of those factors
· The role of personality and habit in our wellbeing and effectiveness at work
· Techniques to undertake a programme of personal development if you identify aspects of the way your mindset or behaviour that would benefit from change.
· How to lead in a way that supports others in looking after their resilience
· Simple tips to improve the culture of teams and organisations to support wellbeing

Who should Log in:

Anyone who is interested in learning what they can do for themselves, the things they can do for each other, and the things that organisations can do to sustain and support teams working in uniquely challenging circumstances.

Lead facilitator

Eilis Parker  

Coming from a background as a Chartered Physiotherapist and having been the first non-medical Clinical Director at UCLH, Eilis made the transition to General Management and held posts at UCLH and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and NWL Strategic Health Authority. She joined NHS Elect in 2004 and has been qualified as a coach since 2012 and enjoys the opportunity to work with individuals and teams to help them improve their performance. She is a qualified MBTI and Strengthscope Practitioner. Eilis also lead the Personal Development Faculty at NHS Elect. 

Eilis also has a keen interest in team and team working and the importance of leaders being able to adopt a coaching style, where suitable, to get the best out of their teams.

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