Future-Focused Finance - Creative Thinking, Ideas Generation and Problem Solving

Presented by

Jonathan Bowyer and Claire Merrick

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Future-Focused Finance, through its Great Place to Work action area, aims to enable individuals and teams to develop themselves to have rewarding and enjoyable careers in the NHS. Coaching & Mentoring are integral parts of this action area: the work stream aims to develop potential at all levels of the finance function. We have developed a series of six free webinars that seeks to give participants the skills to develop effective Coaching & Mentoring relationships and skills as both coach/coachee and mentor/mentee. The fifth of the 6 webinars is entitled “Creative Thinking, Ideas Generation and Problem Solving”. Creative thinking, ideas generation and problem solving helps us to approach a problem or challenge in an imaginative and innovative way. We may be looking to increase the quantity of fresh ideas, develop a fresh or opposite perspective or reduce complexity by breaking something into smaller parts. When finance professionals working in NHS health organisations are being asked to facilitate and lead change, developing these skills in coaching and mentoring conversations can support transformation. Whether you’re new to Coaching & Mentoring, or looking to refresh your existing skills, join Sam Sherrington (Future-Focused Finance, Head of Stakeholder and Cultural Transformation), Jonathan Bowyer (HFMA, Executive Coach) and Claire Merrick (HFMA, Coaching & Mentoring Services Manager) to find out more.

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