KEYNOTE SPEAKING

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WHY BOOK TARA AS YOUR KEYNOTE SPEAKER?

We provide keynote speaking at events, conferences and training days.

 

With experience of speaking at several national and international events including the 1st Bahrain Health Regulatory Conference, we share best practice in healthcare and leadership with the goal of inspiring others to improve their project delivery.

Tara will inspire and advise others on leadership and engagement insights gleaned from supporting over 11 Training Hub networks across over 400 General Practices and 4 GP Federations.

In addition to her 20 years of project management and business development experience across the private and public sector, Tara 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 her podcast titled The Business of Healthcare.

TOPICS WE COVER

  • What effective network engagement looks like

  • Behaviours of an effective network leader

  • Frameworks to address common barriers in engagement across multiple organisations

  • Tools to aid engagement

  • Key relationships network leaders need to create, maintain, protect and deliver a successful initiative

  • Why your project is failing

To book Tara or discuss a speaking opportunity, 

email tara@thcprimarycare.co.uk or call 07949 190 115

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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