Maximising your Potential - @Ei4Change

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Introductory slides to a modular programme for Associate Specialist and Staff Grade doctors in conjunction with the Medical Education Department in Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust.

This slide set is available as a series of Lightbulb Moments cards. These have been well received as a valuable resource in education, training and coaching.

Lightbulb Moments are free to download from the Ei4Change website. http://goo.gl/qNc5qR

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Maximising your Potential - @Ei4Change

  1. 1. Maximising your Potential SASG Continued Professional Development Programme
  2. 2. Maximising your Potential There is no rule book for each situation It takes time to develop skills It takes time to embed in behaviours A long term approach with appropriate support and encouragement bears fruit
  3. 3. The Postgraduate Centre Education South, Oxford Road, CMFT Manchester M13 9WL Funded by the North Western Deanery For the development of Staff Grades Associate Specialists Speciality Grade Doctors The Programme
  4. 4. The Programme Module 1 Aspiring Leadership Full day workshop or two half day workshops Module 2 Skills and Action Planning Full day workshop or two half day workshops One to one professional executive coaching By appointment Module 3 Practical Guidance Full day workshop
  5. 5. The reason To help and provide challenge To help encourage more pro-activity and effectiveness in both work and life To harness appropriate experience, skills, knowledge and achievements To enable time out to explore and develop available opportunities To walk alongside in support
  6. 6. Help along the way A long term measured approach Development workshops Personality profiling (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) Coaching sessions Group support Personal development planning Supported self directed learning
  7. 7. Emotional Intelligence is becoming more important than IQ in personal success ‘There is intelligence in the emotions (and) intelligence can be brought to emotions’ The more complex the job, the more Emotional Intelligence matters!!
  8. 8. Goleman’s Framework • Motivation - the drive to work and succeed • Self-awareness - understanding yourself, your strengths and weaknesses and how you appear to others • Self-regulation - the ability to control yourself and think before you act • Empathy - how well you understand other people’s viewpoints • Social skills - communicating and relating to others
  9. 9. Emotional Intelligence in Clinicians The following competencies are considered necessary for successful clinicians manage themselves (self-regulation) and not vent their frustration on staff and patients have self-awareness of their real, not perceived, strengths and weaknesses motivate others as well as themselves counsel or coach others in many situations within the organisation (social skills) encourage others and communication effectively (social skills) develop good working relationships (empathy)
  10. 10. What do you want from the programme? What can you offer the programme? What is your personality profile? What do others say about you? What are your areas of strength and which areas need development or improvement?
  11. 11. Module 1 Aspiring Leaders Self awareness Communication Motivation Assertiveness Positive influencing Networking
  12. 12. Module 2 Skills and Action Planning Goals and objective setting CV writing Presentation skills Teaching skills Interviewing skills
  13. 13. Module 3 Practical Guidance Article 14 and Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR) Portfolio building Application and shortlisting processes
  14. 14. Based on Carl Jung’s theory of Psychological Type Refined and developed by Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers Over 50 years’ of research Introduction to MBTI®
  15. 15. A framework for understanding healthy personality No good or bad, better or worse personalities Affirms people’s strengths Does not explain everything about people Introduction to MBTI®
  16. 16. Sensing Focuses on practicalities Lives in the present Likes facts and details Likes information stepwise Trusts experience Focuses on possibilities Lives in future Likes ideas and patterns Likes information as big picture Trusts inspiration Intuition
  17. 17. Using Sensing and Intuition in Medicine Sensing Drawing meaning out of histories Making sense of odd combinations of symptoms Developing new ways of doing things Generating ideas for research Strategic management Taking structured histories Prescribing safely Following care pathways Collecting data for research Day to day management Intuition
  18. 18. A confidential, one to one relationship that both challenges and supports individual change devising personal strategies for improvement. Coaching is the facilitation of learning and development with the purpose of improving performance and enhancing effective action. It is invariably involves growth and change, whether that is in perspective, attitude or behaviour. [Peter Bluckert] Coaching support
  19. 19. The Coaching Continuum (Robert Witherspoon): Skills - for current projects Performance - for present job Development - for future jobs Own Agenda - for wider personal effectiveness Awareness, responsibility and self-belief are key concepts in coaching. Awareness is the starting point for growth and change. As people become more aware of their assumptions, belief systems, attitudes and behavioural patterns, they move into a position of choice – to stay as they are or to change. Coaching support
  20. 20. Better work / life balance Greater personal effectiveness Support current identity Challenge current perceptions Use own inner resources Utilise ability to achieve goals and outcomes Coaching support
  21. 21. Beyond the programme Your teams, colleagues, patients and organisation recognise a more confident, inspirational doctor capable of developing the potential of themselves and others and capable of motivating towards success for everyone.
  22. 22. Online Course Check out our Skillshare class: “Find your Behavioural Type and Improve your Relationships" Use this link below to get a free month of Premium Membership on Skillshare for unlimited access to hundreds of online classes. http://skl.sh/1Q1X15q
  23. 23.  Ei4Change Ltd. www.twitter/@EI4Change www.linkedin.com/company/ei4change www.facebook.com/pages/EI4Change www.ei4change.com

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