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leadership event

Case Study: Leadership event – postgraduate education setting

Situation: Consultancy project – Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) Task: I was tasked with supporting the development, delivery and facilitation of a Leadership Day event in Summer 2021 for students on the MSc Dental Public Health, Policy and Leadership Course and external delegates at Queen Mary University London Action: I collaborated with Queen Mary …

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building resilience

Case Study: Building the resilience of an NHS team at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic

Situation: The Head of a regional commissioning team in the NHS wanted to use coaching to increase the personal and professional resilience of their team. At the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, they were under enormous pressure to deliver in a fast-changing environment. In addition, the team had recently been through a major restructure which …

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developing leadership skills

Case Study: How developing leadership skills at an individual level can have a positive impact on team performance

Situation: At the height of the pandemic, this NHS leader was under enormous pressure to deliver in a fast-changing environment, which was made more challenging by the need to work remotely. They were working extremely long hours, including on the weekends, without any proper breaks. They recognised the need to delegate more to the team …

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Does your team trust each other?

Trust can be defined as confidence amongst members that each other’s intentions are good. Trust is one of the characteristics of high performing teams, and low levels of trust in organisations can lead to team dysfunction and higher levels of employee stress and anxiety.