A wonderful opportunity has come up at at Te Pou o te Whakaaro Nui, to provide inspirational leadership in workforce development at a national level in the mental health, addiction and disability services in New Zealand.
Pivotal leadership role and opportunity to join a hospital and health service with a history of solid performance and innovation in the delivery of clinical and corporate services.
An extraordinary clinical leadership opportunity with the ability to shape the future of General Medicine.
I was really pleased to see the mental health and addiction support worker pay equity agreement was signed by Health Minister David Clark this month, on behalf of the New Zealand Government.Continue reading...
“I joined a Learning Set for the first time in a sense to evaluate the concept, not really expecting it to be as great as it was. Members quite quickly discovered that they had to be honest and frank and bring meaty issues to the table. Over the long period of 15 years that I was involved, I got to know people really well, they became good friends and colleagues and they provided very honest and valuable advice. During that time I was CEO of three different organisations and the Learning Sets helped develop my skills in leadership, change management and organisational development. No other leadership interventions that I am aware of offers the opportunity to bring really hard complex issues to the table and expect honest direct and relevant feedback from people who can tailor their advice to your personal style.”