Team Building Days are a useful way of addressing
current issues and improving the performance of individuals
and teams. An environment away from work with an independent
objective facilitator van help participants to feel comfortable
and encourage honesty and trust.
Whether your objective is to get to know each
other better, team building to work together better, to
be more innovative, or to get down to work on implementing
change, you will achieve much, much more if you bring everyone
together, away from interuptions.
are some things that you might want to achieve at an away
- Developing a common goal/vision
- Understanding yourself and each other
- Improving communication
- Understand the importance of team working
and how teams work together
- Developing an action plan to bring about
If you are considering an awayday why not
We will provide facilitators with clinical
and professional credibility.
The lead will meet with you to discuss your needs and to
plan a tailor made programme for your event.
Assessment and Development Centres offer benefits
for both employer and employee. By exploring personality,
attitude and behaviours, they allow you to gain a detailed
profile of an individual s existing strengths and development
Assessment centres can be used to select the
right person for a role. Development centres assess the
skills of a group in order to identify their development
We will help you to identify the competencies you wish to
assess and design a programme of activities to assess the
participants against those competencies. We will provide
assessors (or if you wish you can use assessors from within
your organsation) and the materials and framework for the
assessment. We will then summarise the findings, providing
you with the evidence you need to make decisions about recruitment
and development. We can also underatke to provide the participants
with individual feedback.
If you are considering an Assessment Centre
or Development Centre why not contact
Clinical supervision has been recognised by
nursing professional bodies (the Nursing and Midwifery Council
and the Royal College of Nursing) as a supportive way to
facilitate learning from experience.