Doctors beyond training – Developing leadership and management skills.

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In order to develop your leadership and management skills you must first understand your personality preferences and how these help and hinder your leadership practice. We will use the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and John Adair’s Action Centered Leadership model to explore how individuals perform and what they need to do to develop further.

 September 24th 7pm to 9.30pm at the RCGP offices at the Leicester General.

This session will be fun and interactive and we will be joined by Dr Liz Allen (salaried GP) of Park Avenue Medical Centre, Northampton who will share the experience of her first 2.5 years of independent practice and developing leadership style.

Participants who attended the ‘Practical Tips for Managing your first years out of training’ 20th March 2014 will be able to use that learning and progress their development with this session.

Benefits of attending:

  • Identify your leadership and management strengths and weaknesses
  • Understand your personality preferences within your role and team
  • Build a development plan for leadership and management development

Designed specifically for First5 members. Locum, Salaried, Partnered or ST3 welcome.

To book onto the course visit the RCGP Leicester faculty website found HERE

 

Last Years of Practice and Beyond – There is life after General Practice. 

Screen Shot 2014-02-13 at 17.43.17This session is the second in a series I’m running for the Leicester Faculty of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

Managing your retirement is one of the most important things you will ever do. When will you stop? What will you do? How will the practice change?

What will be your legacy? What will your interests be?

This session will be a unique opportunity to review and discuss your strategy for retirement and plan the next stage in your life for your situation. We will work in a small group, privately.

We will be joined by Dr David Poll (GP with 30years service) of Riversdale Surgery, Belper, Derbyshire who will share his insights into moving towards retirement.

June 18th 7pm to 9.30pm at the RCGP offices at the Leicester General.

Benefits of attending:

  • Review your plans and timings
  • Reflect on what you will leave behind and what you will take with you
  • Manage the move from the practice and the people

To book onto the course visit the RCGP Leicester faculty website found HERE 

Doctors beyond training – Practical tips for managing your first years out of training.

Screen Shot 2014-02-13 at 17.43.17This session is the first in a series I’m running for the Leicester Faculty of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

The session will focus on the transition from trainee to independent practice which can be one of the most challenging times in a GP’s career. The changes in responsibility, workload, adapting to a new team and negotiating change are hard to develop as you find your feet.

The session will be fun and interactive and draw on my experience of coaching Doctors through this transition period. It will focus on some of the key areas of difficulty and offer practical advice on how to manage the change. We will be joined by Dr Liz Allen (salaried GP) of Park Avenue Medical Centre, Northampton who will share the experience of her first 2.5 years of independent practice.

7pm – 9.30pm March 20th 2014

 

Benefits of attending:

  • Improve your self awareness, awareness of others and managing your relationships.
  • Understand your role within team dynamics and cope with the internal politics
  • Identify your strengths & weaknesses and build a development plan

Designed specifically for RCGP First5 members. Locum, Salaried, Partnered or ST3 welcome.

To book onto the course visit the RCGP Leicester faculty website found HERE