Accidental counselling and other boundary challenges in leadership

 

March Event

Accidental counselling and other boundary challenges in leadership

With Elisabeth Shaw, CEO Relationships Australia NSW

As NFP leaders we like to believe ‘our door is always open’ to signal our intention to be approachable, available and empathic in our response to staff. As Covid challenges these boundaries in both positive and precarious ways, how do we offer a positive and supportive relationship while effectively and respectfully managing the mutual risks involved?

This session will offer a framework for effective relational leadership when circumstances challenge the more usual management approaches we might employ.

Event details:

Date: Thursday 4 March 2021

Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm

Location: Zoom Webinar

Price: FREE for NPA Members

$39.00 for Non-Members

REGISTER HERE

About our speaker:

Elisabeth Shaw

Elisabeth is a clinical and counselling psychologist with extensive experience in relationships services, having built her whole career around this skill set. She has taught in Masters programs at ACU, UNSW and Newcastle universities in areas of clinical practice, management and professional ethics, and routinely presents and publishes work in these areas. She is a senior consultant at The Ethics Centre, a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and chair of the board of Settlement Services International.

Rachel Mason

About Rachel Mason