The NHS Leadership Academy South West are delighted to announce this programme providing support and development for Practice Managers with a focus on their personal skills of leadership and collaboration to ‘work at scale’. It is designed to equip Practice Managers with the tools, skills, strategies and networks to lead, manage and influence change within their teams and their Primary Care Networks (PCN’s). It will create time to consider how PCNs and the Fuller Stocktake Report are shaping the way healthcare is delivered locally, regionally and nationally, and to support the voice of the Practice Manager in the Integrated Care Systems.
The purpose of the programme is for Practice Managers to have an opportunity to step away from their busy operational environment and spend time networking, sharing best practice and working ‘on their local healthcare environment’ rather than ‘operationally in it’. It is not about how to be a Practice Manager, rather how to develop the skills that will support you to be effective in the role and to enable you to connect with other managers to help build a regional support network.
• Who is it for: Primary Care Practice Managers
• Time Commitment: 5 x 2 hour online workshops
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