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Practical skills...leadership and management for doctors

Improve your personal effectiveness and expand your leadership potential.

Date: 20 November 2019

Location: London

Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

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In this highly interactive course, our expert hosts will teach you the fundamentals of leadership and management in 21st century healthcare.

Whether you are an experienced leader looking to improve your effectiveness, or are new to leadership, and looking to expand your potential, this course tackles key leadership and management issues relevant to your career stage.

You’ll learn:

  • the latest leadership theories
  • the Healthcare Leadership Model and its relevance to everyone in every-day healthcare
  • team working
  • conflict resolution
  • how to motivate and engage.

Key features

  • highly relevant and practical action learning
  • workshops relevant to your career stage
  • groups of no more than 30 people
  • content will be will be tailored to the needs of those in the room
  • discuss common issues, and learn contrasting perspectives with colleagues and experts

Streams

Aspiring leaderworkshops in the aspiring leader stream are targeted at doctors who are beginning to develop their leadership and management skills, or who are taking steps towards their first formal leadership role (e.g. junior doctors in FY/ST roles, pre-CCT). The focus will be on improving your leadership skills at an individual level, how to work effectively within teams, manage conflict, motivate and engage people to create better outcomes.

  • Enhancing leadership potential: will look at leadership expectations of doctors, perspectives on the “how” of leadership, and identify opportunities for leadership development.

  • Multi-disciplinary teams – being an effective team member: explore the characteristics of an effective team and the impact of change on the team.

  • Motivation and engaging people on an individual level: understanding the differences between motivation and engagement, and looking at how different motivational theories work for you in practice.

  • Managing conflict in professional relationships: identifying common conflict scenarios, appreciating different personalities and harnessing tools for dealing with conflict.

Established leaderworkshops in the established leader stream are targeted at those who have held leadership positions for a while but are experiencing a challenge or want to evaluate how they can be more effective (e.g. consultant/SAS/Trust doctor/GP Partner roles, post-CCT). We will look at wider problems such as how to lead teams, how to manage conflict at higher levels and how to communicate your vision.

  • How to be an effective leader: unpacking leadership competencies and asking if an ideal leader exists; exploring how leadership can be developed more widely and shared.

  • Multi-disciplinary Teams – leading the team: appreciating the dynamics of a multi-professional team, and managing teams through change.

  • Managing organizational conflict: identifying sources of organisational conflict, the enablers and hindrances to collaboration, and finding strategies to manage conflict at higher levels.

  • Sharing the vision: connecting stakeholders in creating team and organisational vision, and communicating widely.

Agenda

09:00 - 09:30 Registration and refreshments
09:30 - 10:25 Opening Session
10:25 - 11:35

Aspiring leader

Enhancing leadership potential


Multi-disciplinary teams - being an effective team member


Motivating and engaging people on an individual level


Managing conflict in professional relationships

Established leader

How to be an effective leader


Multi-disciplinary teams - leading the team


Managing organisational conflict


Sharing the vision
             
13:00 - 13:45 Lunch
13:45 - 16:30 Sessions as above
16:30 - 17:00 Reflection and summary

Register

Member: £150

Non-Member: £220 

Join us as a member today and secure your place at the reduced rate. 

View the booking terms and conditions and the BMA privacy policy

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BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, W1CH 9JP

Address:

BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, W1CH 9JP

Contacts

Organiser:

BMA Learning and Development Team

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 020 7874 0743

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