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Action learning – a new direction for essential skills

Action Learning Set programme launched in London and Birmingham

The Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) has launched a new innovative programme of coaching to help healthcare professionals develop their leadership skills. 

Following a period of consultation a programme of Action Learning Sets (ALS) has been developed to focus on the development of doctors in primary and secondary care who are either already in or moving to a leadership and management role. Action learning has been proved as a practical and dynamic way to learn, reflect and bring about personal and organisational change with the support of other doctors facing similar challenges.

Launching with two programmes in Birmingham and London this new approach builds on the successful Essential Skills series of workshops and training days which have run since June 2015.

The programme has been developed and will be led by Alexis Hutson, Liz McCaw, John Aspden and Katherine Foreman from the FMLM Coaching network and will provide doctors the opportunity to work alongside their peers to overcome organisational challenges and promote personal growth. 

Starting in September and running for four half-day sessions until December 2017 the programme offers doctors a new approach to develop their leadership capabilities and to receive support over an extended period. 

For more information or to register your place please visit the programme pages London or Birmingham or contact events [at] fmlm [dot] ac [dot] uk 

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