The Keys to Leadership
We will explore three key components of leadership:
and discuss the self-awareness, self-care, mindset and behaviours that create the leadership that is needed in the global context we live and work in.
One of the foundational roles of leaders - to keep their organisation iterating, growing and improving. Change management is not a stand-alone skill, it is deeply embedded in effective leadership. This session will give some foundational steps that leaders who lead change with success use to get buy in and commitment from others.
Collaboration and Partnerships
What are the new definers of collaboration?
What are some of the barriers to forming highly effective collaborations with others?
What is our role is changing the paradigm in the research and health space?
How can we support each other in this work?
Tapping into the knowledge of our mentors in the room we will identify areas of growth and development for ourselves and how to support our career goals.
Drawing on the leadership challenges faced by the group, our facilitators and mentors will help us explore and strategise around them, through group discussion and panel responses.
Monash Partner Organisation Employees - $ 780
Non Monash Partner Organisation Employees - $ 980
Tracey Ezard is an expert in helping organisations thrive by focusing on building the key pillars of learning intelligence: growth mindset, compelling environment and authentic dialogue. She builds the capacity of leaders to create an energy buzz about the work and alignment on the future plans. Tracey helps leaders and staff co-create and collaborate – and most importantly, act on it!
Prof. Helena Teede is a clinician and academic. She is an endocrinologist who is strongly committed to leading and driving evidence into practice to ensure improved health outcomes. She is the Director of Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI) at the Monash University’s School of Public Health, and also the Executive Director of Monash Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre. Helena sits on the NHMRC research committee and has held a range of leadership roles throughout her career.
Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah FRACP PhD is a physician in general medicine and infectious diseases at Alfred Health. She has expertise in improving patient outcomes and was awarded a TRIP (Translating Research into Practice) fellowship by the Medical Research Future Fund. She has experienced challenges in combining clinical work, motherhood and research and is working to drive change.