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Primary Care Network Leadership Development Programme – Cohort 3
The Long-Term Plan within the NHS has called for the integration of Primary Care and the evolution of Primary Care Networks across the region. The development of these is happening at a pace throughout but it has been identified that one of the key development areas for key members of these networks is the development of their leadership and management thinking. To this end we have commissioned a programme sourced through the NHS Leadership Academy designed to support leaders in developing their leadership thinking and to provide practical assistance in managing change, creating culture and integrating high performing teams.
The course is designed to run over a series of 5 virtual workshops to be held throughout March and April. The programme is further supported by access to a Learning Portal which will provide access to a wide range of tools and learning which will assist the delegate in establishing, developing, and driving a thriving PCN. The programme is suitable for Clinical Directors, Board Members, GP’s, Dentists, Pharmacists and ARRS roles.
Delegates joining the programme will:
- Have a clear understanding of the senior leaders’ role in overall leadership and effective management of the organisation
- Understand how to inspire, influence, and build a high performing and effective team
- Be equipped with strategic leadership and management skills to enhance team performance
- Deepen your understanding of how to engage others and deliver change
- Enhance and develop your personal network of healthcare leaders
- Develop your self awareness and emotional intelligence
- Improve communication throughout the network
- Understand your role in developing others
The programme is highly engaging, practical and relevant. Delegates will have the opportunity to work on an improvement project of their choice, benefitting from the support of the wider group.
The programme itself is being delivered by Votive Leadership Development Consultancy, an external organisation who bring a broad breadth and depth of experience in helping teams and organisations to manage change and create high performing teams. They are members of the national NHS Leadership Academy and are well versed in the unique challenges facing Primary Care at this present time.
Workshop One: Leading Self
Wednesday 27th April 10.00-12.30
The core of all leadership is the application of key leadership principles to self. This foundation module will help the delegate understand the building blocks of good leadership practice. Delegates will learn the importance of:
- Attitude vs skill
- Understanding habits
- State Management – improving confidence
- The Importance of Emotional Intelligence (awareness) – developing resilience in the workplace and others.
- Why should I be led by you?
- Leading with compassion
Workshop Two: Leading Change
Tuesday 3rd May 10.00-12.30
Change is a constant challenge and in this workshop we explore the core components of leading change across a diverse community. The core messages include:
- Understanding the Iceberg model to change management
- Reframing limiting beliefs
- Values based leadership
- Creating high performing teams
- Servant leadership
- Directing the mental camera
Workshop Three: Developing Culture (Teamship)
Friday 27th May 10:100 – 12:30
Above Leadership is Followership and above Followership sits Teamship. This workshop explores the importance of culture and the subtleties which underpin effective followership and teamship. Delegates will discuss:
- Effective followership and its role in collective leadership
- Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose – the fuel for a dynamic culture
- Accountability, responsibility, equality, and equity
- Dependence, independence, and interdependence
- Comfort zone thinking
- Creating high performing teams – the common dysfunctions of a team
Workshop Four: Improving Communications
Wednesday 1st June 17:00 – 19:30
Communications are always a challenge to get right. We look at the foundations of rapport, influencing and handling critical conversations where the stakes are high, emotions strong and opinions differ. Key messages include:
- Building and maintaining rapport
- How to make a conversation safe – seven steps to handling critical conversations
- Improving attentive listening
- Understanding the role of personality – avoiding the ‘personality’ clash
- P-I=P formula – reducing internal interference to drive performance
- Negotiation techniques and assertiveness
- Relationship mapping
Workshop Five: Coaching for Leaders
Friday 10th June 10:00 – 12:30
In the final workshop we look at how do we get the best out of those who work for us, improving our ability to release potential in others by developing a more pull style of leadership approach.
- Improving our use of questions – developing the question bank
- Practical application of the GROW model
- Push vs Pull management styles
- Skills/Will matrix
- Handling poor performance
- Feedback – the food of champions
- Developing the coaching culture
- Improving mentoring approaches
Confidentiality & GDPR
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Organiser : Phillip Masuwa