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Turnpike Medical Centre

Newtown Road

Worcester

WR5 1HG

United Kingdom

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Course Objectives

This session reviews tried and tested business practices and helps discover ways of implementing them in your own context. The following areas are considered:

• How Cultures are formed

• Creating a Culture of Honesty

• The Difference between Power and Influence

• Discovering Your Personal Style of Leadership

• Understanding Team Engagement and Adherence

• Challenging Unwanted Attitudes and Practices

• Drawing a line – Divorcing from History

• Setting an Agenda for Change

• Getting Everyone on Board

• Dealing with the Ethics of Business

• Measuring your way to success

• Effective People Management

• Dealing with Conflict

Content Overview

The session is aimed at Practice Managers, Business Managers, Finance Managers, Pharmacy Managers, Nurse Managers, and Assistant Managers.

Along with other Managers you will look at key transferable business skills in order to create a Business Culture in an NHS environment.

Based on the idea of identifying the marginal gains in your context we will look at practical ways of developing your management style. This training builds on the successful methodology employed by the British Olympic Cycling Team

“Marginal gains - The whole principle came from the idea that if you broke down everything you could think of that goes into riding a bike, and then improved it by 1%, you will get a significant increase when you put them all together," Sir Dave Brailsford – British Olympic Cycling Coach

Training Provider: Rooted Training


Additional Information for the Session:

  • Free parking is available at the venue

  • Lunch will be provided

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