L&M: personal effectiveness

Learn how to make the best use of your time and making use of the resources at your disposal, in order to perform to the best of your ability in your workplace.

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Key details

Date: 26 March 2021 | 09:30 - 16:00

Location: London, RCoA

Availability: Postponed

Clinical content lead(s): Sally Baines

CPD credits: 5

 

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation the RCoA has taken the decision to postpone this event and offer it online at a later date.  Please email events@rcoa.ac.uk to register your interest.

In order to manage others, you need to understand your own management style. Learn how to make the best use of your time and making use of the resources at your disposal, in order to perform to the best of your ability in your workplace.

At the end of the course, participants will have:

  • gained insight into their own personal preferences, strengths and weaknesses
  • understand how they can improve or use their existing skills to increase their impact and effectiveness within their teams.

Feedback from our recent Leadership and Management course

‘Essential to understand & improve interactions with others.’
L&M: personal effectiveness, London, September 2018

‘This course really gave me some new tools to improve my work and relationships and also I learnt more about myself.’
L&M: personal effectiveness, London, September 2018
 

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Speakers

Val Glenny
Leadership Facilitator

Val has been working with the NHS for over 20 years.  Her work in the NHS was as leader of the ‘Management and Organisation Development Team’ for Sheffield Health Authority.  Whilst Val does work with senior management teams, she also spends a good proportion of her time working with clinicians at all levels and in all sectors on the non-clinical issues they face in their daily working lives.  This includes working with challenging colleagues, developing a team, taking on leadership roles and influencing others to change or develop services or ways of working.  Val's academic background is in Communication Studies (BA) and Organisation Analysis and Behaviour (MA), and she is qualified to deliver the Myers Briggs Type Indicator.  Val has a particular interest in supporting clinicians in considering the personal characteristics, skills and preferences they bring to their role and how they can use these to develop the non-clinical aspects of their role.  

Sally Baines
Observer

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.