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Role of Emotional Intelligence in Healthcare Leadership

Interactive & Practical Workshop, Designed to equip Healthcare Leaders and Healthcare Professionals with up to the minute knowledge, competence & practical methods.

Day 1 -
27 Nov 2020
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
- Highlight the gravity of Emotional Intelligence Competence
- Exercise applying Emotional Intelligence in healthcare practice settings for a Patient Centered Approach
- Understand the concept of and approach to building coping skills
- Discuss strategies and practice how to cope with challenges and stress
- Exchange information and experiences related to dealing with Uncertainty
- Review the concept of resilience and assess personal resilience score
- Develop and practice resiliency skills using mental simulation
- Apply resilience in Disaster Management & Recovery

Day 2
28 Nov 2020
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
- Understand the impact of change on self, the team an d the patient(s)/families
- Determine and practice (through simulation) ways to prepare for, accept and manage change
- Introduce and discuss Conceptual and Technical Skills to contemporary leadership
- Stimulate and clarify linkages and inter relationships be tween Healthcare Leadership and patient centered approach

Location: Online
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Target audience: Healthcare Leaders, All specialty Physicians, Nurses, Allied Health, Students (Medical, Nursing and Allied Health)
Number of CME credits: 6.25 CME hours
Activity ID number: NCP/S/348126/2020

  • Start Date : 27 Nov, 2020

    End Date : 28 Nov, 2020

    Venue : Online

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