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There is national recognition that leadership of professionals managing care settings is pivotal to both the quality of life and quality of the quality that is delivered. As part of the nationally recognised My Home Life programme, A 3-day workshop over 6 weeks is proposed. The work is based on a model that has been delivered to over 800 managers across the UK with proven outcomes.
Tom Owen is Co-Director of My Home Life, with a background in policy, practice and research on care homes for older people. Tom has significant experience of delivering bespoke training and facilitation to care practitioners, professionals and provider groups.
Appropriate for all managers, deputies and regional managers working in care settings.
Applicants must be proficient in spoken and written English.
What will I learn?
Managers come together on 3 occasions to learn about the evidence base for best practice and the importance of relationships to ensuring quality. They examine their leadership style and consider their pivotal role as agents of change. These workshop days will help the group reflect deeply on the skills and best practice required to transform the culture in their care homes, responding to the needs of the group of participants, linked to characteristics of ‘outstanding CQC’ scores for care settings and offering a range of bespoke tools that will support improvement.
A handbook for participants will be provided but you are encouraged to read some of the materials on the My Home Life website: www.myhomelife.org.uk.
On-going action learning sets to support continual leadership support and quality improvement (available on request).