Toolkit for Collaborative Teamwork: overview and discussion

Presented by

Dr Sanjay Agrawal, Future-Focused Finance, and Professor Michael West, Head of Thought Leadership, The King’s Fund

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Please join us for this webinar introducing Crossing Professional Boundaries: a toolkit for collaborative teamwork, developed by The King’s Fund with Future-Focused Finance. The toolkit is a seven-step process to enable cross-functional teams to reflect on how they work together. Piloted across the NHS, an independent evaluation by CIPFA demonstrated an improvement in teamwork between clinical and finance teams, and consequently better outcomes for patients. The toolkit for collaborative teamwork: • Explains why you should take time out as a team, and how this improves teamwork and patient care • Gives you a step by step guide on what to do • Offers tools and resources to make it straightforward – and fun • Is completely adaptable to suit you and your organisation This webinar will give an overview of the toolkit, and also give you the opportunity to ask questions on both the theory behind it and the experience of those who have used it. Professor Michael West of The King’s Fund has spent much of his recent career considering cross-boundary teamwork, particularly in the NHS, and is the driving force behind the toolkit. Dr Sanjay Agrawal, a Consultant at University of Leicester Hospitals, is the lead for Close Partnering for Future-Focused Finance.

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