Developing Leadership Skills in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

20-21 June 2024

In-person | RCOG, London


Join us for this comprehensive course which aims to prepare you to be effective leaders in your speciality and wider organisations.

The two-day event will focus on enabling you to become an effective leader, including topics such as: how to lead a safe team, negotiation, resilience, conflict resolution and reviewing the relevance of personality on leadership style (facilitated by completion of a pre-course Myers-Briggs indicator). 

This course sells out quickly, so we strongly encourage you to book now to avoid disappointment. Please note: places on this course are limited to a maximum of 42.

Pre-course work

This course requires delegates to complete the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator which you will receive approximately 2/3 weeks prior to the start of the course. This will then be used for discussions in small groups during the course. Please note, in order to facilitate this, the RCOG will be required to send your title, name and email address to Keele University. Please contact if you have any queries regarding this. 

Course format

This programme has been developed collaboratively between the RCOG and the Keele Clinical Leadership Academy, located in Postgraduate Medicine at Keele University.

Key reasons to attend

This course aims to develop practical leadership skills, which will help you to fulfil the leadership roles and responsibilities described in the GMC’s updated guidance ‘Good Medical Practice 2024’. 

Our faculty includes consultant obstetricians and gynaecologists with experience in clinical leadership and education, working hand-in-hand with colleagues from the Clinical Leadership Academy at Keele University. The ratio of faculty to delegates is high and you will participate actively throughout the two days. Our previous feedback has been positive and rewarding and has helped us to continually develop the course content.