Dispute Resolution & Mediation
– Building a better business culture
Dispute Resolution and Mediation – Building a better business culture.
22nd May 2018
14th May 2019
'Excellent facilitation & presentation skills and interaction excercises.'
'Practical tips on mediation and dealing with conflicts.'
'Impressed by the knowledge of the facilitator - liked the mix of flip chart, slides and discussion work.'
How can practice managers and GP partners identify and manage performance issues early on? How do you solve conflicts before they escalate? Marie Cahalane speaks to Jane Gunn, to find out how to get the best out of the team around you. Read more here.
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This module focuses on the Dispute Resolution, Internal & External Disputes and Partnership Mediation issues that may arise in medical practice, they are often difficult to deal with. We will focus on the techniques to enable you to find it easier to collaborate with you partners. You learn how to make your teams more effective. You will develop the skills and the mindset o better manage the potential for both internal and external disputes and you will understand how to create a happier and more productive working environment. The module will be delivered as an interactive session with practical guidance to enabling participants to map the techniques onto their own dispute resolution strategy for their practice. The Tips on managing potential disputes will provide useful guidance to enable participants to better manage - Internal & External Disputes, Partnership Mediation & Medical Negligence. Group work is provided on all aspects of the programme so that participants develop their understanding of the topics by interacting with colleagues.
Objectives: You will learn that if you want to operate an effective partnership and to build a better business culture you need to both utilise the skills and mindset of collaboration and to acknowledge and actively manage conflict.
Dispute Resolution : Internal & External Disputes, Partnership Mediation & Medical Negligence – Jane Gunn
|8.30||Registration and Coffee|
|9:15||Collaboration in Action
|10:00||Thin Veneer of Sociability
|11:15||Collaboration – Building a Better Business Culture
|12:00||Skills and Tools
|14.00||A Framework for Success
|15:45||15.45 – 16.45 Understanding Mediation (continued)
|16.45||Review and Close|
22nd May 2018
14th May 2019
81-103 Euston Street
Manchester Conference Centre
PMA Member Rate £125.00
Non Members Rate £175.00
5% for 2 workshops
(PMA Members £118.75 per worskshop, Non Members per workshop £166.25)
15% for 3 workshops
(PMA Members £106.25 per workshop, Non Members per workshop £148.75)
20% for 4 workshops
(PMA Members £100 per workshop, Non members per workshop £140)
The cost includes all refreshments including lunch and all delegate materials.
Who Should Attend?
General Practitioners, Practice Managers, Senior Practice Nurses and GP Administrator Managers
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