Managing at Monash Series

The Managing at Monash series will help build your knowledge and confidence about People Management, OHS, Finance, Quality and Improvement.

The Managing at Monash series (People, Finance, OHS, Quality and Improvement) is now live on LATTE and accepting bookings for sessions to commence in April.

The series is designed to help managers build their knowledge and confidence in the first 18 months of a management role.

All sessions will be delivered via WebEx and scheduled on Thursday afternoons each week on a rotating schedule.

Places are limited to 20 per session so you can interact and ask questions.

If you have any questions about this series, please contact Professional Development.

Bookings are now open via LATTE.

Series topics and dates

Managing Finance

The Managing Finance unit provides managers with the skills and knowledge to understand Monash Health’s budgets, funding and expenses, and how to analyse your cost centres.

The core objectives of the session are to enable you to:

  • Define the basic concepts of financial planning, budgeting and reporting and analysis
  • Recognise the principles behind financial management and review of financial reports
  • Explain Monash health funding and expenses
  • Interpret the data, assess anomalies, and explore corrective actions
  • Develop productivity initiatives.

Dates

  • 29 April
  • 27 May
  • 24 June
  • 22 July
  • 26 August
  • 23 September
  • 28 October
  • 25 November

Managing Quality and Improvement

The Managing Quality and Improvement unit provides managers with the skills and knowledge to deliver safe, high quality care and ongoing improvements, supported by effective clinical governance.

The core objectives of the session are to enable you to:

  • Assess the strength of clinical governance in your area
  • Undertake a thorough review of an incident or complaint
  • Implement improvements to address issues identified in reviews of audits, incidents and complaints
  • Have a great conversation with an accreditation assessor!

Dates

  • 22 April
  • 20 May
  • 17 June
  • 15 July
  • 19 August
  • 16 September
  • 21 October
  • 18 November

Managing Occupational Health and Safety

The Managing Occupational Health and Safety unit provides managers, supervisors and team leaders with the skills and knowledge to manage and lead safety to ensure a safe workplace and contribute to a positive safety culture.

The core objectives of the session are to enable you to:

  • Understand your role in Safety Leadership
  • Describe OHS legal responsibilities
  • Apply Risk Management approach
  • Consult and resolve OHS issues in the workplace
  • Conduct effective Incident Investigations.

Dates

  • 8 April
  • 6 May
  • 3 June
  • 1 July
  • 5 August
  • 2 September
  • 7 October
  • 4 November

Managing People

The Managing People unit provides managers with the skills and knowledge to effectively manage performance and engage in employee relations.

The core objectives of the session are to enable you to:

  • Define the relevant features of the employee relations framework
  • Manage core employee relations issues conflict and complaints, bullying and flexible work arrangements
  • Utilise core tools and processes (informal and formal) to manage and support performance
  • Assess different approaches to leadership and when they are most appropriate.
  • Conduct effective Incident Investigations.

Dates

  • 15 April
  • 13 May
  • 10 June
  • 8 July
  • 12 August
  • 9 September
  • 14 October
  • 11 November
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