About the Programme
The innovative Triumvirate primary care leadership and change agent programme has been successfully developed by West Midlands Leadership Academy. Teams from over 40 practices in the West Midlands have already completed the programme over the past two years, with 94% of participants reporting that they are fully or increasingly confident as change agent leaders following the programme.
It is designed to enable a team of three multi-professional practitioners from your primary care practice to become a collaborative team of change agents. The leadership and improvement science tools and resources gained as part of the programme will enable you to transform your organisation giving it the ability to thrive on change challenges, transform systems/processes and create an enhanced collaborative organisational team culture.
How does it work?
By collectively developing three primary care leaders to become a cohesive, collaborative change agent team. The programme empowers them to inclusively apply their learning and change toolkit with practice colleagues enusring that the whole organisation benefits from the learning.
The ultimate return on investment for your practice is not only transforming the individuals on the programme and your wider practice colleagues, but also in tangibly advancing a collaborative organisational change project of your choice, which will better equip your practice into embracing future sustainable transformational change.
Who is it for?
The Triumvirate concept is unique in that it brings together three different kinds of health professionals from your practice including a Medic, Clinician and Manager (i.e. GP, Practice Nurse and Practice Manager), or equivalents in wider primary care organisations including Dentistry and Pharmacy etc.
Key Programme Dates
Triumvirate will utilise six workshop days to equip your change team with the personal development, team development, and improvement science toolkit to enable them to progress your organisational change project. The final celebration day enables all cohorts to come together to share their learning, create a wider peer support network and plan for their future change initiatives.
To apply, please download the application form below, fill out, and return to email@example.com no later than 9am on Monday 16th October, 2017. The outcome of applications will be given no later than Wednesday 1st November, 2017.
For further information, please refer to the information pack for delegates at the bottom of this page.