As part of the Women in Medicine program, Monash Health will be offering Leadership training, in the form of a 1 day course called Hooked: Storytelling Masterclass. This is designed to build leadership capability of women in medicine by harnessing the power of organisational storytelling as a tool of influential communication. Communication through logical argument and bullet points can only take the message so far. Ultimately, your effectiveness as a leader depends on their ability to connect with people, and inspire them to action.
The facilitator for this program, Yamini Naidu pursues an evidence based approach to demonstrate the effectiveness of this form of organisational communication. She has written several books dealing with effective business communication and has taught leadership and management at RMIT University.
- Identify their preferred style of communication, as a leader
- Explore the use of organisational story telling as a contemporary tool of influence
- Understand how to craft a story to help them to engage and inspire stakeholders to deliver their desired strategic business outcomes
- Construct and narrate an “Ethos” story to help them fast track trust and credibility
- Deliver their story for maximum impact
- Assess the results
Attendees will be required to:
- Enrol in, and attend a full day workshop on one of the following dates:
o Tuesday, 7 June 2016 - at Clayton MMC
o Wednesday, 15 June 2016 - at Dandenong Hospital
- Pay a course fee of $250.
Please find attached:
Next Steps for you:
If you are keen to be involved, please
- Enrol via Monash Health Learning:
Log in to Monash Health Learning with your Novell login and password
Go to Find Courses
Type “Story” or “Women” in the search box, and it will take you to the Story telling page.
Book in for one of the full day workshops.
Complete your enrolment by paying the course fee of $250 at : https://www.trybooking.com/LDRA