Doctors as leaders: the individual as leader - London

When and where

26 June 2019
Royal College of Physicians of London
5 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4LE

Past event

Doctors as leaders: the individual as leader - London

This interactive workshop will allow participants to examine their own individual leadership styles and explore ways of dealing with the demands of life as a consultant in the NHS.

It can be attended as a stand-alone workshop, or as part of the 'Doctors as leaders'accreditation.

What will I learn?

  • how to survive as a consultant in the NHS today
  • emotional intelligence – understanding yourself, and others
  • leadership styles – identifying effective leadership strategies for yourself
  • seeking and responding to feedback – maximising opportunities through appraisal
  • problem solving – finding solutions to day-to-day challenges.

    I have thoroughly enjoyed and benefitted from the day. I leave confident that I have made a start in being a more effective leader.

    – Dr Lees, consultant anaesthetician, attended April 2016

    Who should attend?

    This workshop is primarily aimed at:

    • new consultants
    • SAS doctors
    • senior trainees.

    Senior consultants will also benefit from the issues covered.

    Doctors as leaders: the individual as leader

    26 June 2019 09:30 to 16:00

    Programme

    Highlights include:

    • the nature and purpose of leadership
    • the transition to consultant
    • different leadership styles
    • emotional intelligence
    • leading in difficult siutations
    • seeking and responding to feedback
    • maximising opportunities through appraisal
    • reflective practice.