Free Accelerate Leadership Programme for GPs, Dentists, Optometrists and Pharmacists from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Backgrounds
Publication date: March 2022
Colleagues who experience racism and discrimination are often absent from senior roles and management structures within the NHS. We want to make a small step towards addressing this by offering a programme designed to support you in accelerating your career and personal development as part of the Humberside LMCs’ Wellbeing Strategy, funded by NHSEI.
The programme is available to colleagues from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to support personal and professional development, taking into account the additional barriers you may face due to ethnicity, race and discrimination.
This is a unique opportunity to help you carve out your own career path, become more empowered in pursuing your aspirations and be supported in embracing your background as a positive tool for progression.
The programme will be delivered by a team of executive coaches from diverse backgrounds, working as a partnership between The Hobbs Consultancy and the Good Business Initiative arm of Executive Coaching Company.
During the programme you should expect to:
- Examine the myths and realities of confidence and how to use neuroscience and self-belief to build confidence levels.
- Examine common derailers for your talent and learn practical tools to maximise energy, resilience and impact.
- Use Strengths theory to bring more of your natural, rather than learned, strengths to your career, leveraging both performance levels and resilience.
- Use a combination of diagnostics, feedback and discussion to increase self-awareness.
The programme comprises three full-day modules and three follow up one-to-one coaching sessions.
The modules will be delivered virtually over 3 separate days on the following dates:
Day 1: Tuesday, 10th May
Day 2: Tuesday, 17th May
Day 3: Wednesday 25th May
The 1:1 coaching sessions following on from the programme will support you in deepening the learning and forwarding the action.
How to apply
This programme is fully funded but limited in places due to this. We would welcome expressions of interest from individuals who meet the above description and are able to commit to attend all the course dates. To apply, please complete the expression of interest form and e-mail it for the attention of Dr Zoe Norris, Humberside Primary Care Lead, to Humberside LMCs by Wednesday 13th April 2022 in the first instance at email@example.com. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis to those colleagues who meet the criteria described above and are able to confirm their availability at all 3 of the training dates. A waiting list will be held for applications over the number of places available.
Deadline for expression of interest: Wednesday 13th April 2022