Sustainable Leadership in CLCs

Sustainable leadership

This webinar will be presented by Joan Wilson-Jones from JwJ Consulting Brisbane. Joan’s previous sessions, presented at the 2021 CLCQ Leadership Forum and 2022 CLCQ State Conference, were very well received, offering practical strategies and ideas to support leaders embed excellence across their teams.

Sustainable Leadership in CLCs looks at the organic nature of successful leadership and how we shape our approach to ensure we are managing and moving with the constant demands for change. This session will explore a number of concepts including:

  • Setting the foundations of excellence – it starts with clear expectations
  • Utilising the power of appreciation – we all do better when we’re appreciated in ways that are meaningful to us
  • Undertaking courageous conversations (addressing underperformance in the team) and setting pathways for improvement
  • Real delegation – the who, what, how and when! When we get those correct then we have a job well done
  • Supporting self and staff through times of crisis (such as through COVID-19) – building resilience across the team
  • Setting future direction – if we’re playing catch up, then we’re too late!

As we move into our ‘next normal’, now is the time for proactive leadership that sets future directions and sets teams and individuals up for success.

QCF WellbeingThis webinar is part of CLCQ’s Mental Health and Wellbeing CPD Program, developed to assist frontline CLC workers to manage the impacts of COVID-19, and supported by a grant from the Queensland Community Foundation. Keep an eye out for future webinars and face-to-face sessions in this series over the coming months.

Event Details

Date: July 13, 2022
Time: 1:30pm-3pm
Cost: Free
Hosted by: Community Legal Centres Queensland
Venue: Online

Speakers

About the presenter:

Joan Wilson Jones is a consultant, presenter, trainer and coach with who specialises in building capability in maintaining successful and productive relationships. Her expertise includes leadership, change management, workplace feedback, conflict management, cultural interactions, resilience, wellness and motivation, health and work life balance.

Joan holds a Master of Education (Adult and Workplace Education) and a BA in Cultural Studies and has over four decades of diverse experience to draw on, including managing successful teams in the community services sector. Joan has worked with both public and private sector organisations, including Legal Aid Queensland, as well as with a variety of community groups.

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