SuppoRTT Regional Webinars

 

Success: what lies behind the Mask? An exploration of the imposter syndrome

Date: 14/10/2021

Time: 13.30 – 16.30 (registration from 13:15)

Speaker: Kate Atkin

How to book: Click Here

Overview:

Have you ever experienced a sinking feeling of being 'found out'? Worried that someone will discover that you are not good enough after all? You are not alone, over 70% of the population experience this 'Imposter Syndrome' at some point in their lives. This workshop explores what the Imposter Syndrome is, why it develops and importantly, how to deal with and mitigate against the effects. And why it is not really a syndrome, but a phenomenon!

Outcomes:

Participants will leave equipped with the tools to identify it in themselves and others, and how to cope with and overcome the feelings.

The workshop will include:

  • what the imposter phenomenon is
  • why it isn’t a syndrome
  • how it differs from self-doubt
  • what are the possible causes and triggers
  • strategies for handling and overcoming imposter feelings
  • Re-writing your “story”
  • how to help others.
Success: what lies behind the Mask? An exploration of the imposter syndrome

Date: 24/11/2021

Time: 13.30 – 16.30 (registration from 13:15)

Speaker: Kate Atkin

How to book: Click Here

 

Overview:

Have you ever experienced a sinking feeling of being 'found out'? Worried that someone will discover that you are not good enough after all? You are not alone, over 70% of the population experience this 'Imposter Syndrome' at some point in their lives. This workshop explores what the Imposter Syndrome is, why it develops and importantly, how to deal with and mitigate against the effects. And why it is not really a syndrome, but a phenomenon!

Outcomes:

Participants will leave equipped with the tools to identify it in themselves and others, and how to cope with and overcome the feelings.

The workshop will include:

  • what the imposter phenomenon is
  • why it isn’t a syndrome
  • how it differs from self-doubt
  • what are the possible causes and triggers
  • strategies for handling and overcoming imposter feelings
  • Re-writing your “story”
  • how to help others.
Career Planning - returning from parental leave

Date: 16/11/2021

Time: 10:00 - 11:30 

Speaker: Susan Edwards

How to book: Click Here

The preparation, planning and thoughts that go through your mind as you plan to make your return to work can at times feel daunting. This session focuses on the practical steps that you can take to help you with your transition back to clinical work. This is an interactive webinar where we will have an opportunity to share best practice and meet other clinicians virtually who are returning / have recently returned to clinical practice.

 

By the end of this webinar you will: -

  • Learn how to proactively plan to think through the timings and logistics to enable you to make as smooth a transition back as possible
  • Appreciate the value that your career break has had on you as a person and how to think about your strengths and new experiences to enhance your career potential
  • When you return to your workplace, not everyone will be aware that you have had a break. Communicating this to others and presenting yourself with impact
  • SuppoRTT available to you and how to access this when you need it.

 

Career Planning - returning from time out

Date: 02/12/2021

Time: 13:00 - 14:30

Speaker: Susan Edwards

How to book: Click Here

 

This webinar has been specifically created to support clinicians who are returning to clinical practice after a break. The focus is on clinicians who are returning after: -

  1. Taking time out to focus on academic research / business (fellowship, MD, PhD or OOPE)
  2. Working in another healthcare system outside of the UK
  3. Unplanned leave / ill-health

By the end of this webinar you will: -

  • Appreciate the value that your career break has had, the strengths gained and how to communicate this effectively with colleagues
  • Learn more about career transitions and the impact this can have as you return to work. What triggers to look out for both in yourself and others
  • Planning how to integrate back into your roles in the first 90 days and beyond. We’ll discuss timelines and practical checklists that you can use to help yourself ease back into work
  • SuppoRTT available to you and how to access this when you need it.
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Giving and Receiving Feedback effectively

Date: 10/01/2022

Time: 13:00 - 14:30

Speaker: Susan Edwards

How to book: Click Here

 

After a clinical break, our skills, confidence, and competence can feel different. As you re-build and integrate back into your clinical practice you may find this session particularly useful to attend.

No matter what stage you are at in your career, feedback will have been integral part to your education, training, and professional working lives. One of the interesting features of feedback is that there really is an art form to this, but you may not have necessarily had an opportunity to take stock and reflect on how you do this both from the perspective of giving feedback but also how you act on feedback that is given to you.

By the end of this webinar you will: -

  • Your feedback style and the impact this has on others
  • Effective ways of providing and receiving feedback in the context of your work
  • Using positive re-framing, feed forward and SBI to build confidence and create structure.

 

SuppoRTT & PSW: Emotional Intelligence (February)

Date: 08/02/2022

Time: 13:00 - 14:30

Speaker: Susan Edwards

How to book: Click Here

 

Emotional intelligence in healthcare

Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to understand and manage your own emotions, and those of the people around you. Clinicians with a high degree of emotional intelligence know what they are feeling, what their emotions mean, and how these emotions can affect other people. This session provides a fantastic opportunity to think about your EI and how this can strengthen your knowledge and development of self and positively impact you in your roles.

 

By the end of this webinar you will learn: -

  • What the five key elements of EI are and the benefits that this can bring to your work
  • From a cultural perspective, we'll consider the impact of culture and EI in relation to healthcare.
  • How to apply this knowledge to create and support an emotionally intelligent working environment.

 

SuppoRTT & PSW: Emotional Intelligence (March)

Date: 03/03/2022

Time: 10:00 - 11:30 

Speaker: Susan Edwards

How to book: Click Here

 

Emotional intelligence in healthcare

Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to understand and manage your own emotions, and those of the people around you. Clinicians with a high degree of emotional intelligence know what they are feeling, what their emotions mean, and how these emotions can affect other people. This session provides a fantastic opportunity to think about your EI and how this can strengthen your knowledge and development of self and positively impact you in your roles.

 

By the end of this webinar you will learn: -

  • What the five key elements of EI are and the benefits that this can bring to your work
  • From a cultural perspective, we'll consider the impact of culture and EI in relation to healthcare.
  • How to apply this knowledge to create and support an emotionally intelligent working environment.

 

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