Coaching for Better Health Outcomes
Coaching for Better Health Outcomes is a comprehensive program aimed at developing and supporting health staff, both clinical and non-clinical in health coaching.
Health Coaching allows coaches and patients to work together to achieve health and lifestyle goals that are important to the patient.
Heatlh Coaching is 'A person-centred approach to goal-setting, active learning and self-management that guides, empowers and helps the individual connect to their own motivation to change their behaviour' (SESLHD).
The Coaching for Better Health Outcomes program was designed by South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) Organisatioal Development and Learning to assist SESLHD and Central Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network (CESPHN) health care professionals translate health coaching development into every-day clinical practice and spread health coaching techniques, as aligned to the SESHD Integrated Care Strategy (June 2019) and SESLHD Journey to Excellence 2018-2021.
Coaching conversations go beyond the clinic setting to provide managers, leaders and all health employees with the skills and tools to hold effective conversations with patients, families, teams and colleagues. Coaching conversations help create the conditions for person centred, better value care, fostering community wellbeing and supportng the workforce to be happy, well and supported to reach their potential.
For more information about Health Coaching, click on the links below.
Community of Coaching Practice
The Community of Coaching Practice gatherings are open to all people in health care who have a passion for coaching conversations. Formal coaching qualifications are not essential.
The Community of Coaching Practice provides a forum for developing your coaching skills further, explore coaching experiences and approaches with like minded people and share in coaching supervision and practice.
Next Community of Coaching Practice: Monday 23 September, 2019.
Click here for more information and registration details.