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The Leadership and Management Committee is
made up of representatives from Faculties, Sections and Divisions
and other constituencies in the College. Here we feature some
of our members and why they think this work is important.
John Taylor (represents
the RCPsych in Scotland)
Carol Wilson (represents
the Psychiatric Trainees Committee)
As a trainee, acquiring leadership and
management skills is essential. Current practice and future
challenges obligate us to have the ability to competently play our
role in shaping, improving and sustaining high quality services.
Psychiatric trainees have been and continue to be proactive in
engaging with the College to improve and modernise our training to
fit the needs of ourselves and, most importantly, our patients.
Michael Hobkirk (Specialist Advisor Leadership
Successful leaders collaborate, encourage constructive
criticism, foster trust and exploit opportunities for learning.
They act with humility and celebrate diversity. Communities of
leaders allow leadership to emerge from the 'middle-out'
capitalising on the expertise of all.
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