Developing Practice Managers

This six day programme puts heavy emphasis on reflective practice in the workplace to enable participants to gain insight into their skills and style as managers.

It will give them confidence to improve themselves and their organisation’s service, appreciation of the importance of joint working and understanding of the changing nature of healthcare and health promotion.

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Over six days you will cover:

  • An introduction to the professional practice framework
  • Self-management
  • Managing people and teams
  • Managing the service
  • Managing the organisation
  • Horizon scanning and future planning
Theory and practice

The course combines management theory and reflective behavioural application with the everyday tasks and competencies of management at work taught through a combination of lectures, engaging with colleagues and building a reflective portfolio about your learning experiences.

Who is it for?

This programme is suitable for those working within a general practice as a practice manager, deputy practice manager, aspiring practice manager or those using management skills in healthcare settings linked to practice management. It is an essential introduction to management theory and reflective practice that will aid you in your personal and professional development.

In-house and open training

Our experienced trainers can deliver this programme in-house for a group of your colleagues. Alternatively we also run an open programme in London every February and September.

 

 

Developing the Healthcare Support Workforce

This four day programme focuses on reflective practice in the workplace to enable participants to gain insight into management skills and behaviours.

It will give them confidence to improve themselves and their organisations service, and touch on the role the healthcare support workforce can play in improving the public’s health. 

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Over four days you will cover:

  • Understanding the health improvement in the context in which you work
  • An introduction to the professional practice framework
  • What a manager does and how a manager works (managing people and teams)
  • How a manager makes an impact (managing the service and organisation)
Who is it for?

This training is suitable for those working in clinical or non-clinical support worker roles at bands 1-4. It is an essential introduction to management theory and reflective practice that will aid you in your personal and professional development.

Experienced trainers

Our experienced trainers can deliver this programme in-house for a group of your colleagues. All sessions are facilitated and designed to encourage maximum participation and engagement, as well as providing networking opportunities with others in the healthcare support workforce.

 

 

Managing Health in the Workplace for Front-Line Managers / Supervisors

Line managers are collectively the single biggest influence on employee motivation and performance, and the effect they have on the health of the workforce finds its way directly to the bottom line. As the workplace continues to evolve at a rapid pace, there is increasing pressure on line managers to deliver business objectives at the same time as supporting the wellbeing of employees. This workshop explores that role in terms of working context, what you do, how you work, and how you make an impact.

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What does it cover?

This one-day programme focuses on building the competence, confidence and courage of managers whilst extending analytical, problem-solving and quality improvement skills. It explores the dimensions of health and their implications for life and work performance and in particular, the programme looks at:

  • work factors which affect employee health and wellbeing
  • the concept and benefits of the health promoting workplace
  • the manager’s role in promoting and supervising health and wellbeing at work
Who is it for?

This programme is ideal for front-line supervisors / managers / team leaders who can improve the health and wellbeing of their colleagues by developing their managerial skills and style, and improving their personal effectiveness through teamwork, co-operation and initiative.

How to book

Our experienced trainers can deliver this programme in-house for a group of your colleagues

 

 

Building partnerships for collaborative advantage 

Being a good partner is a key capability for any organisation today.  In the public sector, collaboration is key to delivering local, integrated services and social value, whilst in the private sector the ability to sustain fruitful partnerships provides significant competitive advantage. This workshop will enable participants to explore the nature, context and types of successful collaboration and the roles played by commitment and ‘chemistry’ to bring about the promise of mutual benefits.

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What is it?

This one-day programme focuses on building competence, confidence, and courage of managers in the behavioural field of political acumen. Delegates will explore:

  • the key attributes of differing types of partnership and alliance
  • the critical characteristics of effective collaborative relationships
  • the tangible benefits of collaboration
  • how to predict and achieve collaborative advantage
Who is it for?

This programme is ideal for middle to senior managers/leaders who are interested in extending their operational and strategic skills, influencing and engaging partnerships and professional networks for collaborative advantage. 

How to book

Our experienced trainers can deliver this programme in-house for a group of your colleagues.