Management and leadership essentials

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Where: 2 Woodbridge Street, London, EC1R 0DG

Interactive CET points approved: 12

Prices from: £195 - £350 Book or join now to attend this event Interactive CET points approved: 12

This workshop will explore some of the essential techniques you need to be an effective manager and leader in the optometry profession. We will introduce you to some tried and tested tools to help you analyse complex situations and make decisions which might have long-term impact on your business and your career.

9:30AM - 10:00AM

Registration Session Breaks

10:00AM - 11:15AM

Personal leadership development Workshop | 3 CET points

11:15AM - 11:30AM

Refreshment Break Session Breaks

11:30AM - 12:15PM

Understanding leadership and management in the optometry profession Workshop | 3 CET points

12:15PM - 1:00PM

Strategic decision making and change leadership Workshop | 3 CET points

1:00PM - 1:45PM

Lunch Session Breaks

1:45PM - 3:00PM

Influencing other people Workshop | 3 CET points

3:00PM - 3:15PM

Refreshment Break Session Breaks

3:15PM - 4:30PM

Dealing with conflict and professional development Workshop | 3 CET points
2 Woodbridge Street, London, EC1R 0DG

C-73952: Personal leadership development

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Learning objectives:

  • To explore efficient ways to develop the communication skills and awareness needed to become an effective leader and manager to ensure effective patient care delivery

C-73950: Understanding leadership and management in the optometry profession

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Learning objectives:

  • To learn to use a structured problem-identification approach to categorise and evaluate issues. To explore the pros and cons of various leadership approaches in relation to those issues. To discuss real challenges and solutions with peers.

C-73951: Influencing other people

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Learning objectives:

To explore situations in practice where practitioners may need to influence others including patients, colleagues and others involved in referral pathways. To practice techniques to influence others for improved patient outcomes. To explore situations in practice where practitioners may need to negotiate with others including patients, colleagues and others involved in referral pathways. To practice techniques to negotiate with others for improved patient outcomes.


C-73953: Dealing with conflict and professional development

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Learning objectives:

To discuss personal examples or case studies of conflict situations. To learn about the stages of conflict escalation and use this to identify the early signs of conflict. To apply a model of conflict management to identify possible approaches to specific situations with patients, peers and specialists for improved patient outcomes.


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Trevor has been working in personal and professional development training for over five years, delivering a wide range of workshops, webinars and one-to-one coaching. He has held various management and leadership positions throughout his career. In addition, he has been involved in recruiting for over 20 years. This gives him an excellent understanding of dynamic working environments and challenges.

Trevor spent several years training as a careers consultant with the University of London and was one of a select group used to deliver professional training in careers and skills, subsequently becoming a freelancer in this field.

Trevor has worked with clients such as Health Education England, the British Medical Association, Association of Optometrists and a number of high profile HE institutions such as Kings College, UCL and LSHTM. Trevor regularly designs and delivers programmes bespoke to clients and is highly sought after for repeat delivery.

   Rate (including VAT)
 AOP Members  £195
 AOP Member - practice team member  £195
 Non-members  £350

Please note that all bookings for AOP events are subject to our terms and conditions, which include our cancellation policy.

Prices from: £195 - £350 Book or join now to attend this event Interactive CET points approved: 12