This workshop focus is on the 5 ‘capabilities’ for resilience and explores how we can manage our own energy and emotions to stay focused on our work purpose. International leadership expert, Robin Ryde, will link his work on strengths based thinking and authentic leadership and introduce the idea that in exercising leadership there are opportunities to create environments for others to strengthen their own capacity for resilience.
Robin Ryde directs ANZSOG's flagship Executive Fellows Program, a leadership and organisational development expert and former CEO of the UK National School of Government. Robin has a broad range of senior level public service experience and was the youngest person to direct the British Prime Minister’s Top Management Program, one of the largest leadership development programs of its kind in Europe. His publications include Creating Authentic Organizations (Kogan Page 2014), Never Mind the Bosses: Hastening the Death of Deference for Business Success (Wiley 2012), and Custom-Built Leadership (2008) and Thought Leadership: Moving Hearts and Minds (2007), both with Palgrave Macmillan. Robin has written widely on issues of employee engagement, modern approaches to leadership development, talent management and change.
Leadership Quarter Workshop Session Outline
9:00 – 9:30
Registration and Morning Tea
9:30 – 12:30
Workshop with Robin Ryde
Lunch on departure
To RSVP please register your interest in this event with contact details (including name, location and email address) along with any dietary requirements to HETI-LeadershipUnit@health.nsw.gov.au by Friday 24 February 2017. Contact David Sweeney, Director Leadership on email David.Sweeney@health.nsw.gov.au if you would like additional information about this event or future events.