- Posted Wednesday October 13, 2021
FPM Group is proud to announce our Bouncing Back Better Programme, coming in early 2022. This brand-new content is delivered in workshops held over four valuable learning days by our Thornfields training professionals.
With carefully-planned objectives, our bespoke modules target key elements of how professionals learn from their experiences and future-proof themselves as they grow. We guide candidates as they reflect on their experiences, including the challenges of the recent pandemic, and project those lessons to deliver even greater future success.
Each workshop encourages peer-to-peer learning as well as the development of a personalised action plan. Whilst intended for delegates in management leadership roles, they can benefit anyone willing to learn from their past experiences and apply those lessons to the future.
Workshop1: Learning from Experience
You’ll participate in a structured reflection of what went well and what could have been improved in how you worked during the pandemic. Particular focus is put on what we call P3 - purpose, process and people.
Workshop 2: A Sustainable Service Delivered by Resilient People
Revisit lessons learnt about improving personal and collective resilience, aiming to identify improvement opportunities and then resolve them - so you can contribute to an even more resilient operation into the future.
Workshop 3: Rebooting Strategy into Action
An opportunity for a gap analysis to track progress on the key drivers and strategic themes of primary care. Horizon-scanning exercises map your progress to date and highlight required progress in the future.
Workshop 4: Working Well as a Team
You’ll consider lessons learnt in terms of the ‘people’ dimension—how to get the best out of individuals and the teams of which they are a part. Promotes a continuous improvement culture that actions lessons learnt and celebrates successes.
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