Teamworking and Leadership
Lisa and Sara are joined by Dr Amar Rughani and Dr Joanna Bircher to discuss team working in the context of leadership. We focus on specific examples of some potential conflicts within the primary care team such as when members of a team do not get on and how to manage interruptions of a surgery.
Amar Rughani and Joanna Bircher (2020): The Leadership Hike, Shaping Primary Care Together, First Edition, CRC Press: https://www.routledge.com/The-Leadership-Hike-Shaping-Primary-Care-Together/Rughani-Bircher/p/book/9780367236984
Hersey, P & Blanchard KH (2002). Management of Organizational Behaviour: Utilising Human Resources. Classiquese Hachette. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/349881.Management_of_Organizational_Behavior
Tuckman, B (1965). Team Building Theory, paraphrased here: https://www.teambuilding.co.uk/theory/Forming-Storming-Norming-Performing.html
West, M A (2012). Effective Teamwork: Practical Lessons from Organizational Research. John Wiley & Sons and the British Psychological Society. https://www.wiley.com/en-gb/Effective+Teamwork%3A+Practical+Lessons+from+Organizational+Research%2C+3rd+Edition-p-9780470974988
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