Managing Associates and the Role of Peer Review

Date: 20/04/2018


Location: London


To book your place today call 01582 488 455

www.iosteopathy.org/for-osteopaths/clinical-development/managing-associates-and-the-role-of-peer-review/

If you’re a Clinic Principal your responsibilities are many; recruitment, retention, leading and managing staff as well as managing the demands your business – all of which often feels daunting! This course is designed to help you manage both the people and the business effectively, so your practice is set up for success.

We’ll start by mapping out all the roles in your practice. We’ll look at key performance areas and the indicators of success. You’ll learn how to have effective 1-2-1s with your staff, and how to manage poor performance. The emphasis will be on how to get the best out of everyone in your team.

You’ll also learn key steps to help you successfully manage your business alongside the people in your team, so you can create the right balance. Our aim is for you to enjoy working in a successful practice, whilst achieving your business vision. You’ll leave with a plan for managing your team and business, including new ideas and practical tools to help you create a well balanced and successful practice.

During the day we will also look at the peer review process as a positive means to provide Associates with guidance and mentoring – and how they, inturn, can support your own peer review.

A previous participants had this to say:

“I’ve run my own practice for 14 years and attending this [managing associates] workshop has been inspirational. We all need little nuggets of information to fill a knowledge gap, remind us of principles we’d forgotten, but also to discuss issues with fellow practitioners.”

By the end of the session, delegates will be able to:

  • Create a motivated and engaged team
  • Feel confident as a leader and manager
  • Set and manage expectations effectively
  • Feel confident about giving and receiving feedback
  • Have tools at hand to get the best out of your team
  • Understand and implement the peer review process

 


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