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Leadership Skills Workshop

A course aimed at team leaders, nurse managers, reception managers, office managers who are new to leadership and those who have experience but would like to gain more skills.

Content includes the following topics:

Behaviour traits, learning styles and emotional intelligence

What motivates people

Management vs Leadership

Situational leadership and other leadership theories

Why and how teams are formed

How to build an effective team

Managing pressure and emotions (including a bit on time management)

Non-verbal communication, body language and making a great first impression

Listening and questioning skills

Dealing with difficult conversations

How to hold effective meetings

 

The training can be viewed and booked by visiting www.yorlmcltd.co.uk/events

 

 

GP Reimagined event in May 2017 in the North East!

Date: Thursday 11 May 2017

Venue:  Marriott Hotel, Gosforth

The North East England RCGP faculty would like to warmly invite you to this special event designed to encourage, inspire but also challenge GPs in our region. We aim to celebrate and share local good practice and innovative ways of working.

Booking is available early using this link… GP Reimagined 2017

 

 

 

Child Safe Guarding Training

Safeguarding Children Agency Training, level 3 update for GPs

Date : Tuesday July 11 or Tuesday September 5 or Thursday September 28.  To book a place and for enquiries, see more information here

 

Tees Dr Janice Kibirige Memorial CASH Conference

Date: Friday 24 November 2017

Venue:  TBC

It is a free conference, presentations in the morning, lunch is provided then workshops in the afternoon. More information will be coming out over the summer.

The Tees CASH conference provides an opportunity for service providers, commissioners and other stakeholders who contribute to promoting, protecting and improving the sexual health of the local population to meet to:

  • improve awareness and understanding of local services and pathways
  • share information on the latest policy, evidence and guidance
  • discuss local and national issues relating to the improvement of sexual health
  • identify and showcase best practice
  • develop professional support networks

Who should attend? If you have a role as a health or social care professional who’s work directly or indirectly contributes to the improvement or protection of sexual health on Teesside, for example young people’s worker, school nurse, social worker, nurse, outreach worker etc. or a commissioner of provider services.

 

 

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