Glasgow 18th May 2017, 9:30am to 12:30pm and Edinburgh 13th June 2017,9:30am to 12:30pm

DELEGATES RECEIVE: Teams That Care Game, developed by NHS Lothian (Value £96.00)


delegates get a teams that care game

Developing Effective Health & Social Care Teams

As health & social care integration creates new and evolved teams, this is sure to be a time of change with teams facing many challenges. Creating ‘real’ teams doesn’t happen organically, they need practical support.

Centred around the exciting “Teams That Care Game,” this fun, powerpoint free workshop will help you move your team from a collaborative group to a “real” and effective team.

Did you know: ‘A 10% increase in real team membership is associated with a drop in mortality of around 6%.’ 1

Who should attend this workshop?

Leaders responsible for health & social care teams, from organisational development & senior management, to department or service managers.


Learning Outcomes

Understand the differences between “real” teams and collaborative groups.

Learn how to develop effective “real” teams in your organisation.

Identify practical steps to make improvements in key areas, such as:

  • Shared vision
  • Communication
  • Trust
  • Innovation
  • Change

Create a realistic, useable action plan to take back to your teams.

Learn how to deliver your own workshop to help your teams improve.

Hosted By:

Nick Smith
Trainer and coach in teamwork, leadership and resilience, who helps people to develop their skills by blending current theory and personal experience with practical application, in fun and memorable ways.

Melvin Bell
Developer of the Teams That Care game with NHS Lothian. I apply leadership and organisational development experience from across many areas of healthcare and business.


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Glasgow 18th May 2017, 9:30am to 12:30pm and Edinburgh 13th June 2017,9:30am to 12:30pm