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Leadership

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Does pharmacy need a more collaborative model?

With community pharmacy facing change nationally and locally, Saša Janković asks whether the existing representation structure in England is robust enough to cope?

Leading pharmacy by example

With a new group of chief executives at the community pharmacy bodies, what can we expect from their combined stance on the sector?

Inspiring leadership in pharmacy

Leadership is no longer the preserve of the few – it is an essential role in business that can be learned by those at all levels to use in a range of different situations

Responsibilities of managers and leaders in safe pharmacy practice

The responsibility of employers in guiding pharmacy staff, including unregistered pharmacy managers, is being examined in a GPhC consultation

Strengthen pharmacy's political voice

It's time to get involved in local politics, says independent pharmacist Graham Phillips

Division weakens pharmacy message says ex-minister

Divisions in community pharmacy leadership weakens the pharmacy message, the Sigma confefence has heard

Case study: Leadership can be shown at any level

More people need to step up into leadership roles to strengthen the sector  

Know your own strengths

Learning from reflection is key to personal development. So how can you analyse your performance?

Ensuring the life of a family business

If you are in business with your family, consider setting up a family council

Act now to lead change

How do you prepare for the process of change?

It’s time to demonstrate pharmacy’s strength

Pharmacists must flex their collective strength to face the challenges ahead, says Noel Wicks I had the very good fortune recently to attend a clinical leadership in pharmacy launch event for a new 12-day course of exciting and practical leadership training that’s being offered to 25 worthy candidates from Scotland. People have been selected from various sectors of pharmacy, all of whom will no doubt benefit greatly from their newfound leadership skills. The Scottish chief pharmacist and other notable speakers were there to launch the programme, but I was most intrigued by someone introduced as “the sumo guy”. Who? Some sort of mud wrestler?  



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