Why People Don’t Like to Be Managed! Management Skills Update in Health Care Seminar is organized by Ausmed Education Pty Ltd and will be held from Sep 17 - 18, 2020 at Lakes Resort Hotel, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
CPD: 10h 45m
Many people don’t like to be managed. Others don’t mind. Why is this? Find out at this seminar and learn some interesting tips along the way - your job just might get easier! Includes:
• Why people don’t like being managed
• Getting the job done in spite of it all
• Social bonds and emotional intelligence
• People on show - hidden aspects of meetings
• Ethics on show
• Unpredictable management styles
• Holding difficult conversations and much, much more…
Need for Program:
At various times in a person’s life, they may hate being managed. Although this is not always the case, there are clearly times when being managed and managing is very difficult. Management involves a raft of unique challenges that can change from hour to hour within the workplace. This places great emphasis on the skill set of managers to respond appropriately whilst also being mindful of their own limitations. Managers who are supported by regular skills updates as well as opportunities to bond with like-minded professionals are likely to have better outcomes with their teams and can create a workplace that promotes quality patient care with people who embrace management. Acquiring relevant and practical insights on the core behaviours of management are essential. As well, learning in an environment outside of the regular place of work provides many benefits.
Purpose of Program:
The purpose of this seminar is to provide a supportive learning environment for managers to gain insights, knowledge, and skills relating to their current managerial role.
• Apply principles and practices for management within a care context that is ethical and promotes patient safety and achieves organisational goals
• Use a range of human resource management strategies to develop and maintain a practice environment that is supportive and encourages professional development for all team members
• Balance management responsibilities within a planned decision framework that makes the best use of time to meet best patient outcomes and quality improvement standards
• Learn strategies to attract and retain staff
Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Both Days Fee||16 Sep,2020||AUD 559.00|
|First Day Only Fee||16 Sep,2020||AUD 429.00|
|Second Day Only Fee||17 Sep,2020||AUD 429.00|
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