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1307, 2017

Delivering Management Development in the Public Sector – Some considerations

July 13th, 2017|0 Comments

The Background to the Sector. The public sector is trying to deliver rising public expectations against a background of reducing funds from central government and local taxation which is effectively pegged. This 'rock and a [...]

3006, 2017

Using IT for Personal Development in the practice

June 30th, 2017|0 Comments

In a few short years GP practices have moved to become one of the most advanced areas of smaller business in their use of IT, outstripping both the private sector and much of the public [...]

106, 2017

Making away days work harder

June 1st, 2017|0 Comments

Making away days work harder Many organisations run away days for their staff. Many do not, afraid that the freedom such events give, may trigger a moan fest which senior managers will find uncomfortable.  It’s [...]

505, 2017

Competing for Customers

May 5th, 2017|0 Comments

Customers want more than a result, they want to be treated properly We don’t judge organisations just on the quality of the service they deliver, or even just the content of what they deliver.  We [...]

1904, 2017

Moving to a Multi-skilled Practice

April 19th, 2017|0 Comments

Moving to a Multiskilled Practice. You’ve all heard the announcement in the supermarket, ‘Will all multiskilled staff go to the checkouts’. What does that mean and what relevance does that have to running a practice?  [...]

3007, 2016

Team Building

July 30th, 2016|0 Comments

In earlier times, it was not hard to build a team. The Navy simply sent a squad ashore, rounded up some likely looking lads and hey presto – you have a crew! After time and [...]

1405, 2016

A NEW PROFESSIONALISM

May 14th, 2016|0 Comments

It’s hard to think of an area in the public sector where the improvements in management skills had been as dramatic as those in Primary Care.  However, the pace of change shows no sign [...]

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