Find out about interactive workshops being run by GMC and how they can help you in your day-to-day work as a GP.
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Contact details are:- Tel: 0161 250 6858 Mobile 07788216010 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the link below to the Birmingham Medical Institute who training events for GPs and other health care professionals.
This three day course, spread out over three weeks is designed to support those in the practice who may be taking their first steps in to a leadership role or as a useful refresher for those already established in leadership positions.
The programme focuses on gaining the skills and knowledge to lead, organise and motivate teams. It
is particularly useful for practicing team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management,
and managers who lead people through organisational change, budget cuts or other pressures.
The course will give candidates the opportunity to assess their leadership strengths and areas for development, understand their opportunities for growth and equip them with a personal strategy for become an inspiring leader. Leadership experience will be shared and attendees will be encouraged to consider the issues they face to help them.
Modules which will be covered:
Motivating your team
Effective team working
Dealing with conflict
Time management & effective delegation
Managing individual performance
Training Provider: Inspired Leadership Support Ltd
Venue: New Road Surgery, Bromsgrove
Additional Information for the Session:
Lunch will be provided
When parking at the surgery please only park in designated spaces, overflow parking can be found next door at the Ryland Centre or on the residential roads close to the surgery.
A sign in sheet will be available at the training room to avoid congestion at the reception desk
Dates for the three day course are:-
16th January 2019, 23rd January 2019, 31st January 2019 - all 9am - 4.30pm. Participants must attend all three dates.
By the end of this one day workshop delegates will have developed an understanding of their own working style and the most effective ways to maximise its potential. Delegates will learn how to control and prioritise their own workload and how to influence others. The focus of the day will be on developing a range of practical techniques that can easily be incorporated into everyday working patterns.
Who should attend
This workshop is suitable for all those who manage their own time and workload and is particularly suitable for:
- Practice Managers
- Supervisors and team leaders
- Other primary care workers who control their own time
Time Management for Practice Managers
A One Day Workshop
09.30 Welcome, introductions and objectives
Getting a “fix” on time – how much do you have
Understanding time rules
Creating your working time structure
11:15 Good working habits
- Personal organisation
- Learning how to say no
Priority Matrix – planning tasks
13.45 Dealing with Interruptions – effective techniques
Time wasting habits
Handling Paperwork – the one touch rule
15.15 Long term planning and prioritising
Targets and objectives – the SMARTS principle
Changing the way you work
Personal Action Planning
16.15 Questions and Close
Free parking onsite and a light lunch will be served.
The LMC has managed to secure a free seminar from our lawyers, LMC Law on two key subjects:
Contracts - a walk through
We strongly recommend that every Practice sends at least their Practice Manager and one GP to this valuable event. This event is open to all so please feel free to publicise within all of your practices.
The draft programme is as follows:-
14:00 - 15:00 Contracts - a walk through
15:00 - 15:30 Questions
15:00 - 15.15 Break
15:15 - 16:15 Partnership Agreements
16.15 - 16.45 Questions
The NHS will shortly be publishing its Long Term Plan and our understanding is that this will give the outline of funding plans for the NHS, but relevantly for us, details on general practice funding for Primary Care Networks (Alliances/localities). We should have visibility of this by the January meeting.
It will not have escaped you that our STP is moving towards a shadow ICS on 1st April 2019.
This means that resource flows into general practice and primary care will change and it will be necessary to make our case alongside partners from acute, mental health and community trusts.
Whilst it is essential that we preserve the strengths of GMS partnerships, we need to develop our ability to lead Primary Care Networks and also have a mandated voice for general practice at the top table of the emergent ICS.