Engaging Teams through Positive Culture and Effective Feedback

Engaging Teams through Positive Culture and Effective Feedback



Do you want to step up to protect and enhance the desired climate in your workplace?


This 2.5 hour interactive workshop is designed for doctors at all stages of their career who are responsible for other staff, whether formally or informally. Practice managers are also welcome to participate.


By the end of this workshop participants should be able to:


  • Discuss at least three strategies for cultivating a positive team culture
  • Outline at least three strategies for ensuring a successful feedback conversation
  • Use a model such as the DASR (Describe, Acknowledge, Specify, Reaffirm) script to structure effective feedback to build a high-performance team.


The reward for improving workplace dynamics is high: staff engagement is a distinguishing feature of organisations that deliver safe and efficient health care.


FREE for AMA (WA) members. $50 for non-members.


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