In this short course, Dr Mike Roddis and Dr Johann Malawana take you through Leadership Styles. Based on the work of Daniel Goleman, they talk about the underlying theories and examples of the styles.
This course approximately takes 0.5 hours to complete.
Foundation Programme Curriculum
This course covers the following Foundation Programme Curriculum areas:
6. Communicates clearly in a variety of settings
7. Works effectively as a team member
8. Demonstrates leadership skills
About the instructor
Mike qualified as a doctor in 1978 from Manchester University and became a consultant chemical pathologist in 1985 in north London. He became clinical director in 1988, gaining his MBA in 1990. In 1994 he moved to the Homerton hospital as clinical director for surgery and clinical support services and became medical director of The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Essex in 1996. He left the NHS in 2002 to become an independent medical management consultant. In addition to his NHS Medical Director experience, Mike was Group Medical Director for BMI Healthcare, the largest provider of independent hospital care in the UK for 18 months until spring 2017. AT BMI, Mike developed and improved consultant performance management processes, increased the profile of medical leadership, took out corporate membership of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management for BMI, and worked to improve quality standards. Mike trained and introduced a network of disclosure coaches at BMI, the first in the UK.
His company specialises in working with doctors to improve their performance, focussing on individual and team coaching, behavioural coaching, diagnosis and interventions in dysfunctional teams, leadership development and working with trusts to identify problems with capability and conduct. He has extensive experience in undertaking case investigations and helping Trusts prepare for conduct or capability hearings of consultants in the NHS and in investigating performance concerns in the independent health sector. Mike runs workshops for the MDU and others on communication skills, ethics and medical law, preparing for consultant roles in the NHS and in setting up in private practise. He teaches peer review skills for the NHS’s National Screening Programme. Mike sits on the CORESS (confidential reporting system for surgery) Advisory Committee at the Royal College of Surgeons. He is a consultancy advisor to the Royal College of Pathologists. His publications include articles on moral leadership in medicine, dealing with difficult doctors, senior medical career development, image management, the need for medical management skills, team working and doctor-employer relations for the Health Service Journal, the BMJ group and Independent Practitioner Today.
About the instructor
Johann is currently the Founder and CEO of Medics.Academy, the Founder and Managing Director of The HLA and the Lead for Education and Training at Healthcare UK at the Department for International Trade.
Johann is best known as the former chair of the Junior Doctors Committee of the British Medical Association. However, he has held a variety of roles over 18 years.
Johann was a former President of Barts and The London Students’ Association, a former University of London Medical Students’ Officer at ULU and the founding Editor of The Medical Student. Following the crisis caused by Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) via Medical Training Application System (MTAS) in March 2007, Johann took over the Education and Training portfolio at the BMA in September 2007. He was responsible for a lot of detailed negotiations around the education and training environment in medicine for the next three years till 2010. He was credited with a lot of initiatives that improved the working and education lives of junior doctors. He was responsible for designing the first Interdeanery Transfer System and negotiated for it to be implemented in every Deanery in the UK.
As a result of this, Johann developed a strong representative and leadership reputation and was appointed to the boards of both the General Medical Council and the Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board. He undertook a lot of work on both boards to ensure the voices of medical students and junior doctors were heard. Johann served as an advisor on several reviews of the medical education environment with a strong belief in the need for strong medical leadership and the power of young doctors and medical students to be a force for good in the NHS. Many of the engagement strategies developed for these reviews were a direct result of the work Johann undertook.
Through The Healthcare Leadership Academy, Johann hopes to support healthcare professionals to feel more comfortable in leadership roles, to support them through the diverse and vibrant community that we have built up in their whole careers and to ensure that individuals do not feel isolated in leadership roles.