Applies the principles and practices of leadership and multi-disciplinary teamworking, teaching and developing others
Demonstrates applied knowledge and competence in leadership, teaching and mentoring relevant to the practice of pharmaceutical medicine.
Ensures that the knowledge, skills, and behaviours associated with the competent practice of pharmaceutical medicine are communicated effectively and acquires the best techniques and practices to achieve this.
Demonstrates leadership in applying knowledge to decision-making in teams.
Demonstrates leadership in applying knowledge to educate and develop the capabilities of others.
Contributes to teaching and training colleagues, including other healthcare professionals and other professionals e.g. scientists.
Takes on a mentoring role for doctors in training and other colleagues.
Where possible, supports colleagues who have problems with their performance or health and take appropriate action, including action plan development.
Appraises and assesses learning outcomes honestly and objectively.
Supports, mentors and/or supervises colleagues, trainees and/or direct reports appropriately, including using relevant feedback tools, so that they can learn in a risk-managed environment.
Evidence to inform decision
Project management/team leadership/multi-disciplinary team participation
Delivery of teaching/training to in-house staff
Reviewing a business case
Drafting departmental objectives
Appraisal output from local line management
Leadership/managerial skills training
Providing guidance on Personal/Professional Development Plans
External stakeholder interactions
Multi-Source Feedback (MSF)
Mapping to GPCs
Domain 1 – Professional values and behaviour
Domain 5 – Capabilities in leadership and team working