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by Dr Prasanna N. de Silva
and Dr Michael
Published: January 2016
This module is the third in a series and
relevant to all consultant psychiatrists including those in formal
positions of leadership, management and education (e.g. clinical
directors, college tutors or mentors).
Working as a member of established teams and
ad hoc working groups is a core aspect of the role of a consultant
psychiatrist. Unfortunately, the majority of texts on team
leadership comprise a brief synopsis of commonly referenced and
older models of team leadership (e.g. Belbin, 1981, Tuckman,
1965 and De Bono, 1985) without exploring their
application in real-world mental healthcare settings (see Jenkinson et al, 2013). While summaries of
classic models of team leadership have value, a high degree of
intertextuality and limited depth of discussion can restrict
reflection on progressive ways of working. This module seeks
to redress these limitations.
In this module, we will:
This is the third of a series
of modules covering the key concepts of leadership
and management. See also: Part 1 – an
introduction to leadership and management for
psychiatrists and Part 2 – time
management for psychiatrists.
You may also wish to refer to the
Leadership and Management pages on the Royal College of
Psychiatrists' website for further information.
If you like this module, you may also be
Organisation theory: conceptual frameworks in a
changing context: CCQI module 3 by Professor David Crowther and
Dr Miriam Green
Probity in professional practice: Part
1 by Dr Ashok Patel and Dr Haider Malik
Book from RCPsych Publications:
Management for Psychiatrists (4th edition)
RCPsych College Reports:
OP74. Role of the Consultant Psychiatrist: Leadership and
excellence in mental health services
OP80. Leadership and Management Study Guide
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