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Learn how to manage and motivate your team
Wednesday, 19th June 2019
Learn how to inspire positive change, build trust, handle unnecessary internal politics and unify your team at the PCRS Personal Effectiveness Workshop on July 13 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Birmingham.
Confidence coach Jo Emmerson will teach you:
- What makes a highly functioning team
- How to deal with ego and status play at work
- Why trust needs to be at the forefront of a strong team
- The role leaders play in helping teams to thrive
Charlotte Merritt, an expert in improving motivation and wellbeing, will help you to develop a broader understanding of motivation and the strategies that can be used to support the patient to self manage.
Respiratory Nurse Specialist Deirdre Siddaway will give an introduction to leadership.
Jo says: “With stress being cited as one of the major reasons for loss of working hours and poor staff retention, knowing how to create and lead a positive working culture is more vital than ever. In this workshop delegates will learn to start tackling this issue from the inside out and start changing their working cultures for the good.”
Carol Stonham, PCRS Executive Chair Elect, who will be chairing the meeting, says: “Self-care and resilience are much talked and written about now but little is available to address the problem. This workshop will help you with tools and skills that can be employed in your professional and personal life to recognise and reduce stress in yourself those around you.”
This workshop is free for PCRS members and you can join now for just £59 to register for a place.
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