Are you interested in driving change in your workplace?
Do you want to change things but are not sure how to go about it?
As demands increase and resources get tighter it is important that teams can analyse and improve how they deliver social services and healthcare.
A new three-month Scottish Coaching and Leading for Improvement programme could be for you. It is funded by the Chief Nursing Office Directorate in Scottish Government.
The programme aims to give social service and health managers the skills they need to coach and lead their teams through this time of change.
The objectives of the programme are to enable participants to increase their knowledge and skills in:
- quality improvement
- coaching conversations
You will learn how to:
- apply tools and techniques to accomplish improvement interventions
- use coaching approaches to support teams to develop, test and implement changes
- use data for improvement
- apply theories to effectively lead teams through change.
Who is the programme for?
Managers are a critical force in improving services in Scotland’s public services. This programme is designed to support them to coach and lead teams to improve public services and embed improvement strategies in their organisation. Nurses, midwives, allied health professionals and healthcare scientists can apply.
The next programmes will be held in Inverness and Dundee.
The closing date for submitting completed application forms is 12 noon on Friday 7 June 2019.