Tonight, we are happy to be involving our #OTalk community in reflecting on the themes of her keynote. She will be asking the participants of #Otalk:
what does “good leadership” in occupational therapy look like?
how do we build leadership (confidence) capacity and capability in occupational therapy?
what can social media offer leaders in occupational therapy?
Perhaps you might like to join us in reflection about our own leadership behaviours, whatever our job role involves.
- What does our work culture have to provide to facilitate our leadership development?
- Is there a common experience of OT leadership across sectors?
- Are OTs too “nice” to be effective leaders?
- How can social media help us to develop leadership behaviours?
Remember: you’re a role model and digital leader in the OT profession already, because you are reading this online!
See you there at 8-9pm GMT, using the #OTalk tag.
You can continue to add contributions by using the tag for 24 hours after the chat.
Background reading and resources:
Rob Webster: What’s so funny about peace, love, and social media? writes for #NHSEngage about how to change behaviours to explore the uses of social media, using a compelling story, supportive structures, skill development and role modelling, .