Webinar: Healthcare

Strengthening your healthcare teams in times of crisis April 9th, catch up on the recording!

During a time of unprecedented upheaval, there is perhaps no other industry sector that has been more affected than healthcare by COVID–19. This crisis requires bold leadership and resilient and engaged healthcare staff. These are just some of the factors that will be critical in surviving this period of uncertainty. However, in any difficulty lies also an opportunity for growth and development.

Join this one-hour free webinar with Dr. Guy Lubitsh, Client Director & faculty and Jill Flint-Taylor, Professor of Organizational Psychology at Hult Ashridge Executive Education to gain insights into one of the most challenging healthcare issues of today. They’ll do this through knowledge sharing, exploring relevant theories/tools. And connecting with other fellow healthcare professionals who are operating in a similar context.

In this one-hour live session you will be able to:

  • Learn how to avoid individual and team burnout and increase resilience for the longer term
  • Become aware of the key practices used under pressure
  • Recognize your tipping points and how to keep things in balance
  • Learn how you can connect to colleagues who are experiencing a similar context
  • Have access to material and resources to help you cope well with this crisis and beyond

Open to healthcare managers and clinicians who are leading strategy, direction, delivery and operations of their organizations.

Watch the recording!

Speaker: Guy Lubitsh

Guy is a Chartered Organisational Psychologist with a sizeable track record working in the areas of organisational change, management and leadership development. He is a Client Director and Professor of practice at Ashridge Executive Education/Hult International Business School and has extensive experience working with Executives at the highest levels of international companies in Europe and the Middle East. This often involves coaching and assisting senior executives on how to improve organisational performance through increasing their ability to improve personal impact and connecting with others on individual, team and organisational levels. Guy draws on eclectic approaches including; human psychology, appreciative inquiry, psychoanalytical and systems theory. He builds long-term partnerships with clients and is highly valued for his dedicated, insightful, appreciative yet appropriately challenging approach. He has published articles in the areas of talent management, collaboration across organisational boundaries, organisational consulting and the role of emotions at work. Guy’s book ‘Connect – how to develop effective relationships at work’ is due to be published in April 2020 by Pearson.

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Speaker: Prof. Jill Flint-Taylor

Jill is an Adjunct Faculty member and Professor of Organizational Psychology at Hult Ashridge Executive Education. The focus of her research and practice is the psychology of assessment, leadership and resilience. Her client work spans professional and financial services, international development, central government, healthcare and other sectors, and includes assessment and development for C-Suite appointments. She is an adjunct member of our Open Programs and Assessment teams. Her previous experience includes executive board roles in consultancies affiliated to the Universities of Manchester and London (King’s College). Earlier in her career she was a university lecturer in southern Africa, where she also gained her initial experience as a volunteer, founder and trustee in the NGO (non-governmental organisation) sector. In 1998 Jill completed her PhD at the Institute of Psychiatry (King’s College, University of London), a research study to improve senior leadership selection and career development in a national retail and distribution group. She is a Registered Practitioner Psychologist and Chartered Occupational Psychologist and her publications include Building Resilience for Success (2013), a book co-authored with Professor Sir Cary Cooper and Dr Michael Pearn.

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Hult International Business School
Hult International Business School 
Ashridge Executive Education