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Clinical Leadership Programme - Human Factors & Non-Technical Skills Master...
Thu 27 April 2017, 17:15 – 19:00 BST
In 2017 AQuA are supporting a small number of evening masterclasses being run by Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. AQuA and the Trust are delighted to be able to offer a limited number of places to individuals from AQuA member organisations.
The evening Masterclasses will provide core knowledge, information and a toolkit in the principles and practices of Leadership. Delivered by professionals well versed in the challenges facing healthcare today.
What does it look like?
This programme has been designed to offer a bite sized approach to leadership development. It follows the structure outlined in the MLCF (Medical Leadership Competency Framework) which describes key areas of performance under 5 domains:
- Demonstrating personal qualities
- Working with others
- Managing services
- Improving services
- Setting Direction
Further leadership development options are available including accredited internal and external leadership programmes, coaching, mentoring, action learning sets, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).
Who is this event aimed at?
This programme is suitable for clinicians from all professional backgrounds. We are inviting medical, clinical and non-clinical leaders to join together to learn about yourself, your impact on others and the system in which you lead.
What will attendees learn at this event / workshop?
- The nature of Human Error
- Developing Resilience
- Optimising the Team
The fine print:
This event is free to all AQuA member organisations. If you are unsure if you are a registered member, please click here.
Final event arrangements are confirmed with the venue up to two weeks before the event. In order to ensure that places are not wasted please let us know at your earliest convenience if you are no longer able to attend. Many of our events operate waiting lists so this will enable us to reallocate your place to someone else on the list.