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  • Fife Health and Social Care Partnership - Coach Approach to Conversations

    Created: 28/03/2024
    News/Events Category: Training and Learning
    This item will show under the following categories: Health and Social Care  

    When: 9.30-4.30, Thursday 02 May 2024
    Where: Fife Council , Bankhead Central Office, Bankhead Park, Glenrothes KY7 6GH
    This event is being organised by Fife Health and Social Care Partnership
    This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.

    What Is The Coach Approach?

    It is simply a way to have a different type of conversation with someone. It may be used in one-to-one conversations, such as supervision, or to support team building, group work or in conversations with the people we support and in our communities. It encourages active listening and an open, enabling style of communication that encourages everyone to feel they can participate more.

    Who Is It For?

    Priority is for those who are in supervisory/line management role within Fife’s Health and Social Care Partnership.

    Although useful in many situations, the Coach Approach supports the Partnership's drive towards developing effective systems leadership across the Partnership. Systems leadership, as described by NES in their ‘Developing Senior Systems Leaders’ programme is “…how you lead across boundaries (departments, organisations, sectors) and how you lead when you're not in charge and you need to influence others.” Therefore, in such a diverse organisation as the Health and Social Care Partnership, using a coach approach is integral to our success in embedding systems leadership.

    Course Details

    Each course consists of two full days' training. You must be able to attend both sessions in this group. 

    Dates: Thursday 02 and Thursday 09 May 2024 

    Times: 9.30-4.30 

    Venue: Fife Council, Bankhead, Glenrothes

    How To Book

    Places are allocated to staff in NHS Fife, Fife Council and our 3rd and Independent Sectors.  Therefore, places are not on a first come basis.  

    You or the person attending must: 

    • Work within Fife Health and Social Care Partnership 
    • Have a line management/supervisory role
    • Be available and able to prioritise attending BOTH 02 and 09 May all day

    If this applies, then please e-mail Diane Roth to confirm who you are putting forward on [email protected] by Wednesday 17 April 2024.

    If you are a Fife Council employee, you can find out more on the intranet. There is also an eLearning module on Oracle. 

    A reserve list is held for each course, and any cancelled places will be offered to those on the reserve list.

    Contact: Diane Roth
    E-mail: [email protected]

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