Building Resilient Leadership

As a leader, you have a strong impact on the resilience of those around you. This 90 minute interactive session focuses on how to develop your own personal resilience, become more aware of your impact on others as well as ways to build resilience within your team.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the online session, you will:

  1. Know the difference between ‘being a resilient leader’ and ‘resilient leadership’
  2. Use a trusted psychometric to assess your personal resilience and the areas to develop
  3. Understand the relationship between managing your emotions and resilience
  4. Explore practical techniques for building resilient teams

Before the session

Delegates will be asked to complete a trusted online resilience questionnaire and some pre course reading

Post session

Delegates will receive follow up learning resources and further suggested reading

Training Method

A 90 min interactive online session (via zoom) for up to 10 people (min 4 people)

Target Trainee Profile

Senior Management across the Independent Commercial Radio Sector

Trainers

Andrew Wilson BBC

Andrew joined the senior management team at the BBC College of Journalism in January 2007; appointed in response to an independent reporting following the Hutton Inquiry. He was asked to set up a high-profile learning programme for every new journalist and every new editorial leader in BBC journalism (the biggest of its kind in the world). Andrew also led the team which worked commercially on behalf of the BBC Academy, designing, marketing and running editorial leadership training for major international media organisations in America, Scandinavia, Hong Kong, Ireland and Singapore. During this time he also worked with senior teams in each of the BBC’s international hubs. In June 2015 he also took on responsibility for the Academy’s design and delivery of leadership and personal development training while continuing to run the Journalism Foundation programmes. 

Jane Kinghorn, BBC

Jane has been a working journalist for more than 20 years. She began her career in Independent Radio before moving to the BBC where she’s done just about every job you can do from Reporter, Presenter to Producer in BBC Radio and Television. Her last leadership role was as Editor of Television and Text Services for BBC West managing a 100 strong team of production and resource staff.