Presentation on theme: "Capable leadership is vital for meeting the challenges faced by aged care provider organisations and for the continued sustainability of the industry."— Presentation transcript:
Capable leadership is vital for meeting the challenges faced by aged care provider organisations and for the continued sustainability of the industry.
Aged Care Leadership Development Project Project overview Project outcomes Strategy for the future
Leadership Project Network, Presentations at National Conferences, Stakeholder Communications Stage 1 Establish Sponsors engaged Project Advisory Committee Engage Consultant Project planning Establish Project Network Stage 2 Engage, Consult & Research Conference Workshops National Focus Groups Site visits In-depth interviews Input to HWA LEADS Interviews Research June 2012 June 2014 June 2013 Stage 3 Design & Develop Strategy Paper Capability Framework Practical Guides Online self assessment tools Online portal Stage 4 Implement Educational workshops & Webinars Regular media and communications
Raising the profile of leaders and leadership in the Aged Care Industry Lifting the confidence, capacity, flexibility and adaptability of leaders across the sector through the provision of practical, sustainable and future-focussed development opportunities for leaders at different levels Informing and guiding planning and decision-making concerning investment in leadership development Making a tangible and positive contribution to the broader recognition of the professionalism and value of the sector as a whole The strategic vision is to revolutionise the way leaders are developed and supported, by:
Leadership and management leadership influence inspiration resilience direction transformation strategic thinking empowerment advocacy creativity motivation innovation trust management accountability performance delegation supervision planning finance monitoring evaluation team building systems thinking common integrity communication sector knowledge self management relationship management professional competence people development collaboration role modelling decision making negotiation flexibility Leadership and management are viewed as a continuum with a number of overlapping capabilities.
Leadership capabilities Managerial capabilities Common capabilities Level 3: Front line, operational focus, leading one team Level 2: Whole service focus, across teams and/or functional area Level 1: Multiple service focus, across an organisation and with wider communities Levels of leadership
Aged Care Leadership Development What does it look like?
Assessment support and capabilities maintenance Aged Care Leadership Development Strategy Diagnosis and planningLeadership development activities Mentoring Self Assessment Leadership capability diagnostic 360 o Assessment Leadership capabilities Leadership resources Toolbox Self Assessment Leadership capability assessment 360 o Assessment Leadership capabilities Coaching Mentoring Support and coordination of coaching Support and coordination of mentoring Coaching Orientation workshop Quarterly Workshop Round tables Peer networks Orientation workshop Quarterly Workshop Round tables Peer networks Workshop/ E-learning Orientation workshop On call Coaching support Debrief and develop- ment planning Assessment Level 3 Program Level 2 Program Level 1 Program Guides Diagnostics Calculators Checklists Publications Networks Discussion groups Standards Other programs Aged Care Leadership Development Centre Workshop/ E-learning
Aged Care Leadership Project Priorities and next steps 1.Aged Care Leadership Capability Framework – March 2014 2.Aged Care “Leadership Development” Guide – by April 2014 3.Aged Care Leadership Development online Portal – by May 2014 4.Educational workshops in May and webinars in June 2014
Interested in knowing more & getting involved? Join the Leadership Project Network Contact Tanya Southworth email@example.com