Award Winning Hospice Leadership and Management Development Training

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Winner of “Excellence in Learning and Development” award, Association of Business Psychology October 2019

A bespoke, fully embedded programme for Hospice Leaders and Managers – actual or potential. The interative online course takes place over nine months, with learning modules, a work based project and facilitated action learning.

For the past two years The End of Life Partnership have collaborated with four Cheshire Hospices to develop and deliver a unique award winning Hospice Leadership and Development Programme, for both clinical and non-clinical staff. After successfully completing three cohorts we are delighted to be running a fourth, starting in October 2020.

This cohort will be run as a live interactive, facilitated online programme, using Moodle as a platform and incorporating live modules, videos, group Action Learning Sets and virtual 1:1’s.

The programme has been developed by Rachael Lewis, a Business and Coaching Psychologist, with over 25 year’s of experience  developing bespoke management training. It features four modules, a work based learning project and facilitated action learning sets. Modules cover;

  • Motivating Others: How to motivate and develop others; Coaching skills & Giving feedback
  • Delegating Effectively: Situational Leadership (who to delegate to, when and how), The art of Effective Delegation
  • Challenging Performance:  Assertiveness;  Having difficult conversations
  • Keeping Resilient: Your personal resilience profile; Work life balance; Supporting Others

Some of the success and impacts reported by previous course participants include;

  • increased staff flexibility, confidence, teamworking, morale and skill
  • impoved individual and team management
  • better data to meet CQC standards
  • more open culture


Expressions of interest are being taken for a 2021 cohort. Please contact