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Tuesday, 8 December 2015 - 9:30am to 12:30pm
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Lifelong learning and reflective practice

Understanding how you learn, reflect and progress is an important feature of leadership. You may be aware of how you do this in a formal education environment, but can you spot what you do well and not so well in your everyday professional practice? Alexis Hutson (Coaching Doctors) will guide you through what your preferences are as a learner (Learning Styles), how this effects your current career stage and crucially, how this will impact your learning throughout your career.

This essential skills course will:

  • Help you establish / strengthen your learning preferences
  • Explore how you use your preferences to your advantage and disadvantage
  • Pick up top tips for spotting how others learn
  • Reflect on and plan for how you can put your learning into practice.

Part of the 'Essential skills' courses - a new series of personal and career development courses hosted by FMLM. These half-day taster sessions are designed to give an insight into a particular personal development area and time to reflect on your practice. 

Additional information

Cost
Prices start from £40!
Run by
FMLM
When
  • 8 December 2015 - 9:30am to 12:30pm
Lead
Alexis Hutson
Competencies
Demonstrating personal qualities, Working with others
FMLM standards
Self awareness and self development

Where

H008A - Sherfield Building
Imperial College
London
SW7 2AZ
United Kingdom
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