Managing Yourself and Leading Others Level 7 January (Health CPD)
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The aim of this module is to support practitioners to develop a critical understanding of efficient and effective leadership in order to manage yourself and lead others. The overall objective of the module is to empower them to lead innovative change and organizational development through the fostering of a sense of shared sense of leadership and responsibility for the success of the organization and the development of quality services.
This module supports your professional development by promoting: management and leadership, education, research and enhanced clinical practice to enable you to move forward in your level of practice.
Online Block Release Dates:
08/01/24, 19/01/24, 02/02/24, 16/02/24, 01/03/24, 15/03/24
Live Online Tutorials:
09/01/24, 23/01/24, 06/02/24, 20/02/24, 05/03/24, 09/03/24 all 12-1pm
Live Online Webinars:
18/01/24, 01/02/24, 15/02/24, 29/02/24, 14/03/24, 27/03/24 all 1-3pm
- Emerging leadership qualities and integrity for advanced practice
- Insightful critical reflection and self-assessment of how personal values, beliefs, qualities and interests influence affect others (reflexivity)
- Effective self-assessment
- Critical analysis and evaluation of personal/professional and leadership capabilities for advanced practice though reflection on feedback from a range of sources
- Advanced practice in working with others developing and maintaining effective networks and relationships
- Effective participation in a range of leadership and learning activities which are effectively evidenced
- Evaluation of own development and that of other
6 Online Blocks of learning over 12 weeks
Live online webinars and tutorials
20 credits = 200 effort hours
At least one study day per 2-week block of learning
Attendance expected at live (synchronous) tutorials and webinars
4000 word written assignment
To apply for this as a single module as part of your Continuing Professional Development please enter the application system via our Professional Development section.
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