About the programme:
This development programme will support 48 people from diverse roles across the East of England health system to enhance their personal effectiveness and their capacity to make a difference. The future health system requires people in all different roles to step forwards as leaders. This involves developing the necessary behaviours, abilities, and practical skills to work collaboratively and compassionately with others. No one can make change happen on their own but as a leader you are the instrument of change, so the programme will start by supporting you to understand yourself and your impact on others. You will deepen your understanding about the changing context of care and what that means for you, your colleagues, and your service. The programme is highly participative, and you will be required to do small amounts of work between modules which will help you to understand the people that you serve, what the people you work closely with need to collaborate effectively and to think through how you might want to do things differently in the future.
Who is the programme for?
Leadership can come from anywhere, not just from the ‘top’. The programme is for anybody wanting to develop their leadership in primary care settings including:
- Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE)
- Public health staff in local authorities
- Clinical Directors
- Strategic Business Managers
- PCN managers
- Allied Health Professionals
- Care Coordinators
- Practice Managers, and their deputies/assistants
- Practice Nurses
- Social Prescribing Link Workers
Applications for this programme are closed.
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