Creating long-term team success isn’t something that comes easy for many pharmacists, especially when they are never taught what it takes to create it.
Without the right tools, pharmacists can struggle to generate a successful team. This can impact their job satisfaction and well-being. It can also impact the team.
In the workplace this can result in:
- Misunderstanding of individual roles within the team
- A lack of focus and direction for the team
- Miscommunication between team members
- Failure to build trust and respect
- Underground conversations and gossip
- Difficulty fostering collaboration and creativity
- A lack of guidance
Why Lead Others?
Leadership is not a one-size-fits-all approach. It takes different forms in different environments and with different people. What works for one team might not work for another, and what works now might not work in the future. However, there are some key ingredients that are essential to any successful team, regardless of their industry or location. These include psychological safety, trust, and collaboration. This course is designed to unpack these key ingredients plus more so you can:
This course is for you if…
- You are a pharmacy manager who wants to bring the entire team together to create something amazing
- You are an owner who wants to know what it takes to create an environment where teams thrive
- You are looking towards management positions in your career and want to have the tools to create the team culture you desire when you get there
- You have been thrust into a leadership role, you’re struggling to bring your team together and it’s affecting your job satisfaction
- Explain what psychological safety is in the workplace and how to generate it
- Identify the five dysfunctions of a team and how psychological safety can improve them
- Describe the conversation that can be had to support reactive resilience with colleagues
- Identify how to ‘operationalise’ trust in the workplace
- Explain the importance of embedding team values in the workplace
- Identify the steps in creating an upskilling cycle
- Describe what workplace culture is
- The 2016 Competency Standards addressed by this activity include: 2.2.2, 4.1.1, 4.6.2, 4.6.4, 184.108.40.206
- You may wish to self-record 3 Group 2 points
- Please note this course is yet to be certified.