As a coach I encourage those I work with to put their learning into action.
But I know this is not easy and requires ongoing support and input to encourage actively learning from experiences – through the day job. I also know that when I’m facilitating courses and programmes to groups, people really value and enjoy engaging with and learning from fellow clinicians.
- Individual development and how to better understand yourself
- Developing team working and managing change.
- Organisational working, exploring you as an individual and as a team member in the overall context of the system.
- Using the skills you have learnt from previous sets to self-facilitate and explore opportunities beyond the ALS programme.
The programme is for doctors who are either in or moving to a leadership and management role and will be delivered via four half-day sessions between September and December 2017, one set in London, one set in Birmingham.
Dates for the Birmingham set: Wednesday 20 September, Wedensday 18 October, Wednesday 15 November and Wednesday 13 December. This will be run by myself and colleague Liz McCaw.
Dates for the London set: Thursday 14 September, Thursday 12 October, Thursday 9 November and Thursday 7 December. This will be run by John Aspden and colleague Liz McCaw.
Cost: £750 for the whole programme (thats £187.50 for each half day!)
*Faculty of Medical Leadership & Management
Leadership is not a theoretical exercise, but a practical endeavour.”