Bitesize CPD webinar: Managing, motivating, and leading teams

Presented by

Iain Crossley, HFMA Qualifications Tutor, HBSS. Chaired by Ian Turner, Deputy Chief Executive and Finance Director, HFMA.

About this talk

The ability to lead and work as part of a team are critical skills for leaders in both the public and private sectors. The webinar explores how leaders establish high performing teams to deliver real improvement in the rapidly changing NHS. Whether you are planning for the future, running an organisation, or delivering a specific task, as the leader, you need to win the confidence of the team, develop team goals, encourage cohesion between individuals and achieve the performance you want them to deliver for you. This webinar looks at what is meant by a team in the NHS and how adapt them to support clinicians, mangers, functions, and organisations. We concentrate on how leaders can address dysfunction in teams, what the research into high performing teams suggests you need to do as the leader and examine different approaches to building teams.

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