Nexus Lounge, 12th Floor, OISE
252 Bloor St. West
Toronto ON M5S 1V6
Leadership education is an integral part of organizational development strategies in many healthcare organizations. Leadership “skills” have become highly relevant to every healthcare professional who work with patients, students, colleagues, or clients directly and indirectly. Its stake is high as their leadership development may impact not only the immediate clinical practice but also longer-term patient experience and outcomes.
Whether one has a formal title of an educator or a corporate trainer or organizational development professional, the pressure of designing an education program with such impact requires individual pedagogical proficiency and systemic support for knowledge transfer and translation. More often than not, the most scarce resource in leadership development in healthcare is time - people are busy with very good reasons.
In this highly experiential half-day workshop, Transforming Leadership Education in Health with Solution Focused Brief Coaching, you will learn about three foundational building blocks for education consultation and designing with a profoundly simple dialogic method of Brief Coaching. This is suitable for those who are in active roles in healthcare settings with responsibilities of organizational development, leadership education, and coaching and mentoring.
Each participant who completes the half-day workshop may continue their project-based learning through a 6-week online Educator Development Program offered at the Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching.
About the Speaker
Haesun Moon is a leading expert and educator on the evidence-based coaching and the use of language in transforming workplace dialogues. A Harvard faculty member at the Institute of Coaching (McLean Hospital Affiliate, Harvard Medical School), she has authored both academic books and practice-oriented manuals for dialogic intelligence including Appreciative and Relational Practices in Healthcare through the TAOS Institute. Her academic and professional research in coaching dialogues and pedagogy from the University of Toronto introduced a simple coaching model, Dialogic Orientation Quadrant (DOQ), that has transformed the way people coach and learn coaching worldwide. One of her most significant contribution in the healthcare has been developing a dialogic algorithm for the MAiD (Medical Assistance in Dying) process during her tenure at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre as Organizational Development & Learning Associate. As an educator, she is currently providing faculty development and leadership learning to interprofessional and interdisciplinary organizations worldwide. Haesun teaches at the University of Toronto and serves as Executive Director at the Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching. She can be reached at email@example.com.