Clinical Leadership in Healthcare Workshop

Lead through change & deliver healthcare excellence

  • November 5th - 6th, 2019
  • Cliftons Auckland


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- Identify & develop your leadership capabilities as a successful clinical leader
- Co-designing models of care in a complex world
- Utilise Emotional Intelligence (EQ) to enhance leadership performance
- Cultivate collaboration between clinical & non-clinical roles


Kirsty Agar-Jacomb

Dr Kirsty Agar-Jacomb is a Consultant Clinical & Coaching Psychologist who believes in the relevance and value of clinical psychological knowledge and practices to workplace and organisational contexts. Kirsty has both a Masters and Doctoral degree in clinical psychology and her research has a practical, applied focus - what do people need and want, and are they getting it? With 20 years of experience working in the mental health field in the NGO, DHB, ACC and private sectors. In her clinical leadership roles, she has contributed to clinical governance, strategic planning, workforce development, and lead service development including a large model of care review.

Clinical Psychologist & Consultant


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Workshop Day One
Workshop Day Two
Clinical Leadership in Healthcare Workshop

05 Nov - 06 Nov


Leading as a clinician

- What it means to be a clinical leader

- The power of values-based leadership

- Adaptable and agile leadership to engage different people and situations

- Develop a systems thinking approach: The Triple Aim  

Harness the power of your brain: Neuro-leadership

- Prioritise workload to drive efficiency

- Energy management and peak performance

- The importance of interprofessional collaboration

- Getting things done

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for clinical leaders

- Why emotion belongs in the workplace

- Understand and develop your EQ to enhance leadership performance

- Harness EQ to make effective decisions under pressure

- Utilise EQ to motivate and influence your team


Delivering a quality healthcare in changing times

- Re-designing models of care to drive a patient-centred service

- Respond effectively to changing policies and patient needs

- Engage and influence stakeholders to co-design change

- Strategies for successful planning and implementation of change

  • Kirsty Agar-Jacomb Clinical Psychologist & Consultant Breakglass


Enabling your team through transformation

- Understand staff needs during times of change

- Collaborate with your team to develop the most effective change strategies

- Build resilient teams to navigate the changing face of healthcare

- Cultivate a high-performance culture

Leading and communicating change effectively

- Effectively deal with resistance to change

- Engage more effectively through active listening

- Essential communication tactics to maximise team productivity and engagement

- Managing up and down - communicating with impact to different audiences

Leading in a diverse environment

- Incorporate multiple cultures into the healthcare environment

- Successfully lead a variety of groups and specialisations 

- Handle sensitive and complex matters with confidence

- Engage key team players to encourage onboarding of new staff

Collaboration between clinical and non-clinical roles

- Identify and understand different leadership expectations

- Realise and develop your expertise and influence during decision-making

- Cultivate collaborative conversations to tackle issues

- Foster stronger partnerships

  • Kirsty Agar-Jacomb Clinical Psychologist & Consultant Breakglass


Cliftons Auckland

Level 4, 45 Queen Street, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand

+64 9-374 0999

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