ONLINE Integrating passion for clinical work into your new leadership role

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Integrating your passion for clinical work into your role as a new leader or manager

As we move into leadership and/or management roles, we often struggle to move on from the passion of our clinical work into managing of teams and programs. But do you need to?

The Change Agent Network will be running a webinar with a panel of leaders and managers within the AOD Sector who will discuss and present how you can utilise your passion to fuel and benefit your new role as a leader or manager.

Garth Parkhill, will chair the panel discussion with leaders from the Change Agent Network. This webinar, will explore how you can integrate your skills as a clinician into your role as a manager. Including:

  • What clinical skills are transferable to managing a team

  • How to build on and adapt your clinical skills and knowledge to leading a team

  • How can knowledge used with clients about theories of change be applied to teams who are in the process of change

  • How can working with complex client presentations inform your new leadership role

  • What aspects of your clinical experience of grief and loss can be utilised when managing the transition from being a peer to a manager

This webinar will be most useful for those who are contemplating becoming or who have recently stepped into the position of senior or team leader and want to make the most of their clinical skills in their leadership role.

Who should attend?

New leaders in the AOD sector and those moving into a new or different area of leadership. This presentation is also live in Fitzroy


Garth Parkhill AOD Team Leader at the Victorian Aids Council.

Panel presenters:

Shannon Bell is the Manager of ReGen’s Non-residential Rehabilitation Catalyst Programs. With over 13 years’ working in the AOD sector, he is passionate about ensuring that the non-residential model continues to expand and be delivered at a high standard across the sector.

Beth Locke has been working in the drug and alcohol field for 10 years primarily in a community health setting. Beth currently manages the AOD service at Access Health & Community in Melbourne’s Inner East. Beth has a passion for project work, ensuring harm reduction principles are acknowledged in recovery orientated treatment and supporting staff to feel confident in their work.

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