Authorsde Witt, Julie T
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractPart of our role is to develop and inspire the leaders of the future; so they will go onto deliver high quality healthcare services for all of us. However, inspiring leaders of the future is not as simple as including in a curriculum. Various reports examining the failures within the UK NHS seem to emphasize this unfortunately (Francis, 2012: Keogh, 2012: Morecambe Bay, 2015). Addressing intrinsic motivation is key in embedding the concept of leadership into our graduates, as future clinical leaders within the NHS. This is also where a coaching approach in both personal tutoring and in the class setting (team coaching) can work. Using a coaching approach we may begin to tap into that area below the waterline and encourage the student to reach their own solution; one which addresses their inherent motivation. In this invited talk I will outline some of those strategies and why you should consider building some of them into your practice.
Citationde Witt, J. T. (2018) ‘Exploring the potential role of coaching skills’ [Presentation] UKRCo 2018, Liverpool, 2-4 July.
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