This webinar is exclusively for OHW+ members.
The pandemic has elevated occupational health practitioners’ roles within their organisations, as business leaders take a more proactive approach to managing employee health and wellbeing.
Senior leaders and managers are increasingly turning to OH professionals for their expert insight, but this can often mean raising some issues that might be hard for employers to hear.
This 60-minute CPD webinar is exclusively for OHW+ members. Elly Dady, course director and senior lecturer in Strategic Clinical Leadership at London South Bank University focuses on individual leadership and shares some top-tips on:
- having difficult conversations – the structure and staying on track
- giving and receiving feedback
- how stepping into having a difficult conversation, or reflecting on feedback, can be used to develop our leadership skills as occupational health professionals.
There are CPD activities to complete after you have watched the webinar below.
About our speakers
Elly Dady is a senior lecturer, Darzi leadership coach and course director of the MA in Strategic Clinical Leadership at London South Bank University. She is a registered Specialist Community Public Health Practitioner in Occupational Health.
Elly has been a nurse since 1984 and has over 30 years experience in OH . She has held OH nursing roles at Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and University College London, as well as in the private sector. Having taught OH students on the BSc (Hons) and Post Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health Nursing, as well as supporting students in practice, she now dedicates her time to working with senior leaders in the NHS.
Professor Anne Harriss is emeritus professor of occupational health. Former course director at London South Bank University, she led the development of more than ten educational programmes at diploma, degree and MSc level. Anne is currently immediate past president of the Society of Occupational Medicine.