PCRS-UK Respiratory Clinical Leadership Programme. Workshop FREE to attend for PCRS-UK members
Understanding teams: how they work and how to get the best from them
10/11 November 2017, De Vere Cranage Estate, Holmes Chapel
You might be a member of a small practice team, leading a department or running a local respiratory interest group. Whatever your circumstance this event will help you to identify what makes your team tick and help challenge you to get the best from it.
Most of us have to work with a team that is having problems at some point so together and supported by experts we will explore:
- The principles of teams and with real examples to demonstrate these
- Managing conflict both within teams and as we start to integrate social and health sectors – across teams too
- How to put on a different hat and adapt your leadership style – whilst maintaining your authenticity - to reach out to the tricky to handle team member
- Finding your voice in new organisations as they form, storm and norm
- Understanding culture, knowing what you can’t control, doing what you can
- Succession planning – enabling people in your team to see themselves as leaders
- Looking after yourself and your team
The multi-disciplinary faculty for the programme are all practicing clinicians who understand the realities and challenges of the job and are keen to help with your specific learning needs. Sessions on hot clinical topics and a policy update will also ensure you are up to date with developments in the clinical world and on the NHS environment.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis so don't miss out on this opportunity to attend.
Refreshments throughout the workshop and dinner on day one are provided. To book overnight accommodation, contact the reservations team direct on 01477 536 666 quoting ‘PCRS-UK event’ and the event date.
This workshop is part of the PCRS-UK Respiratory Clinical Leadership programme. This rolling three year programme is open to any PCRS-UK member and is designed to give you the tools, knowledge and skills to drive improvements for patients with respiratory diseases in your area.