Supporting best practice in leadership, management and finance
Now, more than ever, to be successful in general practice requires a highly performing team. Successful teams need effective management and great leaders at all levels, and our content aims to help support your growth and development as a leader.
The issues you will face and the questions you should be asking yourself as you take the first steps into leadership. CPD for clinicians and practice managers.
How to safely use delegation to optimise the performance of your team and improve job satisfaction. CPD for clinicians and practice managers.
The potential benefits of resilience training and key principles worth considering for leaders' own personal development. CPD for clinicians and practice managers.
Resilience is an essential quality for all leaders and their teams. Fiona Dalziel explains how to take the first steps towards building a resilient team. CPD for clinicians and managers.
How to evaluate the qualities of the individual members and work with the group to develop a high-achieving team.
The key processes and roles that need to be in place to strengthen decision-making in your organisation.
Practice management consultant Fiona Dalziel suggests ways for leaders to reduce the impact of negative forces within their teams.
Successful change management is all about the people. Practice management consultant Fiona Dalziel explains the role of the leader in change and how to take your team with you.
Do you have ideas and a desire for change that could benefit patients? Dr Raj Thakkar explains how to ‘operationalise’ the journey, helping you to achieve your objectives.
GP Fees Database
Private and professional fees for GP work and NHS payment information
Links to key guidance for GP practices in an easy-to-search table
Regional breakdown of average rates charged by locum GPs
Key job descriptions to download and adapt for use in your practice
Advice on key practice management tasks listed in a handy A-Z format
Key guidance, downloadable checklists and tips to help prepare staff