FACILITATION

We provide facilitation, workshops and engagement strategies to improve collaborative working and communication.

 

Working with primary care teams, we will help you to; identify your shared purpose and values, work through conflicts and difficult conversations, highlight good practice, identify priorities, manage difficult conversations, provide you with different perspectives to consider and most importantly, we will help you to move forward.

We are equipped and experienced in delivering these services virtually yet personally.

We're used to bringing teams together through online conference calls, zoom meetings, telephone consultations and more.

BENEFITS OF EXTERNAL FACILITATION

The most important benefit is that the facilitator offers an independent view assuring fairness and balance during the process.  Our neutral voice enables us to ask difficult questions that other people may hold back from asking and because we understand primary care we appreciate and have first hand experience of the complexities you face.

WHY WORK WITH TARA?

Tara is an experienced facilitator with experience of leading change and implementing large scale projects and services across multiple organisations. She has over 20 years of project management and business development experience across the private and public sector, and holds an MBA in Leadership and Management in Healthcare, a PRINCE 2 Certificate and a degree in Business and Marketing Management. She has been published in the London Journal of Primary Care. Tara is also a leading healthcare communicator through her blog and podcast titled The Business of Healthcare and has completed Primary Care Faculty Training with NHS England.

Clients typically secure a minimum of 2 sessions.

Discover how we can improve your collaborative working and communication, 

email tara@thcprimarycare.co.uk or call 07944616614

Finalist Creative/Digital Category

for The Business of Healthcare Podcast 2020

Runner-Up Business Woman of  the Year 2018

Runner-Up Business Woman of  the Year 2017

Winner Best Newcomer

2016

Published in The London Journal of Primary Care 2018

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