If you're a new consultant or senior trainee, join us for this comprehensive course which aims to prepare you to be effective leaders in your speciality and wider organisations.
The two-day event will focus on how to lead a safe team, including topics such as: negotiation, resilience, conflict resolution and reviewing the relevance of personality on leadership style (facilitated by completion of a pre-course Myers-Briggs indicator).
This course has sold out for the past five years, so we strongly encourage you to book now to avoid disappointment.
Please note: places on this course are limited to a maximum of 40.
- Develop new knowledge about leadership skills in O&G in the NHS
- Learn about tools to empower you to lead and manage services that promote safe and effective care for women
- Stimulate your interest in learning more about being an effective leader and how to apply this to everyday practice
- Develop your confidence in practising effectively as a leader
- Learn from a combination of interactive discussions and focused lectures
This course requires delegates to complete the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, which will be used for discussions in small groups during the course. In order to share this with delegates, the RCOG will send your name and email address to Keele University.
Who should attend
- ST6/7 trainees
- Consultants within the first 2-3 years of taking up post
This programme has been developed collaboratively between the RCOG and the Keele Clinical Leadership Academy, located in Postgraduate Medicine at Keele University.
- Dr Sonji Clarke FRCOG, London
- Mrs Jennifer Cowpe, Keele University, Staffordshire
- Dr Simon Cunningham MRCOG, Stoke
- Dr Lesley Curry MRCOG, Edinburgh
- Mr Kim Hinshaw FRCOG, Sunderland
- Mr Rehan Khan MRCOG, London
- Dr Wynne Thomas, Keele University, Staffordshire
- Mr Gregory Ward FRCOG, London
Honorary Director of Conferences
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury
Deputy Honorary Director of Conferences
Mr Dudley Robinson FRCOG, London