National Symposium 2015 - Strengthening teams in times of change
|CPD hrs:||32 minutes|
AASW member: $10
Non member: $20
This is a recording of one of the concurrent workshops from the AASW National Symposium in November 2015. The workshop was presented by May Doncon on the topic "Strengthening teams in times of change" May speaks of her experience in managing staff through a time of great uncertainty, the change between Medicare Local to Primary Health Network. May explores what uncertainty can often do to staff performance and morale and how effective and functional teams improve organisational productivity and job satisfaction. The aim is to move away from paying lip service to team work and understand and develop teams that are innovative and efficient. This workshop will also look at factors that can make
teams dysfunctional and how to overcome those.
- importance and relevance of teams and how they can improve productivity and job satisfaction and help organisations through challenges such as major changes;
- how organisations, managers and staff can all contribute to positive and functional teams.
May Doncon has been practicing social work for the past 15 year, with 13 of them being in rural, remote and regional areas of Western Australia. For the past 3 year, May has been working as an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker at GMML, and was promoted to the position of Clinical Services and Governance Manager last year. In her current role, May oversees the delivery of three Federal Government mental health programs (ATAPS, Partners in Recovery and Mental Health Rural and Remote) in the Goldfi elds-Midwest Region, which covers 58% of the WA landmass. During this time, May has also been overseeing the transition of this health service from a Medicare Local to an entirely different organisation (360+Health), with funds administered by the newly formed Primary Health Network (PHN). May is passionate about developing and strengthening teams in her organisation, especially in times of change and uncertainty.
This recording was filmed in November 2015
Duration: 32 minutes
AASW member: $10
Non member: $20ASW.
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