L&M: the essentials

The RCoA Leadership and management series covers a spectrum of topics designed specifically for anaesthetists that are senior trainees and consultants.

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Key details

Date: 17 March 2021 I 08:30 - 18.30

Location: Online, Zoom

Availability: Fully booked

Clinical content lead(s): Ms Sally Baines

CPD credits: 6

 

The RCoA Leadership and Management series covers a spectrum of topics designed specifically for anaesthetists that are senior trainees and consultants.

The workshops are a balance of plenary sessions, group work and exercises with emphasis on real life issues, open discussions, up-to-date information and will provide time for one-to-one discussions.

The Essentials course will help you uncover your behavioural preferences and compare these to others, exploring how it impacts your working relationships. Learn how best to influence the Trust and your team to develop their service.

This event will now be held online and not face-to-face in Glasgow.

At the end of the course, you will have, under your role as a clinical leader in today’s NHS:

  • Increased your understanding of how to positively influence others within your department and the Trust to develop safe and effective services 
  • Learnt about and had the opportunity to discuss NHS policy development, priorities and its impact on service delivery and development 
  • Developed understanding around the key components of a successful outline business case 
  • Gained insight into your own and others’ behavioural preferences and how you can utilise this to adapt your leadership style and positively impact on your working relationships
  • Considered your approach to resolving differences at work and how to promote an open and transparent culture
  • Reflected on learning from the programme and how to put this into practice back in the workplace.

Feedback from our recent Leadership and Management course

‘Truly the essentials about leadership and management, a great course!’
L&M: the essentials, Sheffield, March 2020

‘I have gained a better understanding of how change can be effected in the NHS using business cases and a better understanding of my own personal preferences when working.’
L&M: the essentials, Sheffield, March 2020

‘Excellent course facilitators and speakers - they were the best part of the course. Thank you. Very good, signposting to resources. Thank you for an enjoyable course, the time went by very quickly!’
L&M: the essentials, Sheffield, March 2020

‘Excellent course which made the topics come to life. I was sceptical about what looked like a one day course spread over two days, however, the time allowed for reflection and was right considering the intensity.’
L&M: the essentials, London, May 2019

‘A good basic course with interesting self development work.’
L&M: the essentials, London, May 2019
 

L&M diagram
08.20-08.30 REGISTRATION
08.30-09.15 Introduction and welcome
09.15-10.15 I didn’t become a doctor to do this!
  You will work with a number of scenarios which will be designed to highlight non-clinical issues that can affect the delivery of patient care. For example; teamwork, communication, trust policies and commissioning decisions.
The aim of this session is to highlight the importance of having some understanding of the non-clinical aspects of your work to function effectively.
10.15-10.30 REFRESHMENTS
10.30-11.30 How the NHS works: The story so far
  The aim of this session is to ensure that you have a reasonable grasp of the NHS as an organization, how It has evolved and the importance of policy changes on the way in which services are both commissioned and provided.
11.30-12.30 What you bring to the party: the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  This session will use this well-known psychological instrument as a catalyst for exploring personal preferences, its impact on working style and how you might manage relationships.
12.30-13.30 LUNCH
13.30-14.45 Resolving difference at work
  Resolving differences to create productive relationships at work.
14.45-15.00 REFRESHMENTS
15.00-16.30 Building a case for service development
  A chance to explore and discuss the elements necessary fo effect change.
16.30-17.00 Reflection on learning
17.00-18.00 Guest speaker on leadership with Q&A
18.00 CLOSE

 

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Pricing

L&M essentials pricing online

Speakers

Sally Baines
Leadership Facilitator

Sally has worked in the NHS for over 35 years. She started as a nurse and has spent most of her career in HR and management roles including roles in Provider Trusts, Mental Health, National and Regional bodies and has worked 10 years at Board level.

Dr Monica Baird
Clinical Lead

Monica is a Consultant Anaesthetist and Deputy Medical Director at North Bristol Trust, a large acute hospital in Bristol. Before moving to work in Bristol, Monica worked clinically and in senior leadership posts at the Royal United Hospitals FT in Bath, specialising clinically in anaesthesia and chronic pain management and managerially in several roles culminating as Head of Surgery, which was largely operational. Her area of particular expertise is in medical staff management, from more traditional aspects of managing medical staff to people development and wellbeing.

Dr Ronan Fenton

Biography coming soon!

Dr David Throssell

After training in Nephrology in Leicester, Cardiff and Sheffield, David was appointed as a Consultant in Renal Medicine at the Northern General Hospital, Sheffield in 1997. In 2000, he became Clinical Director for Renal Services, a post he held for seven years before taking up the post of Deputy Medical Director at the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. In 2012 he was appointed as Medical Director of STHFT, which following a merger with community services had become a combined Acute and Community Trust, and held overall Executive responsibility for clinical governance and patient safety; CQC relationships; research, development and innovation; medical education; informatics; mortality and end of life care; mental health in the acute setting, and in liaison with the Director of HR, employment issues relating to career and training grade medical staff. He remained in post as Medical Director until his retirement from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals in 2019.