The Compassionate and Commercially Aware Care Manager

Want to be compassionate and commercially aware?

The book you have been waiting for...

The key message behind this Manual for the care home manager is that to be a truly successful, compassionate manager you also have to be a commercially aware manager. The Manual provides a summary of the basics of business and commerce in the care home environment, and how to make the best use of your financial resources so you are putting yourself in the best possible position to provide the best possible quality of care for the vulnerable people you work with.

Edited by Dr Richard Hawkins, Editor-in-Chief, Caring Times

A Caring Times Manual

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9 Chapters
A4 and ring-bound for easy use

 

The Compassionate and Commercially Aware Care Manager Course

To compliment the launch of our new manual, here at Caring Times we have created a new CPD certified day-course which will make you more confident about your knowledge and ability to make your care home more commercially successful with a packed programme and facilitated by Chris Manthorp.

Join us for an intensive day course which will make you more confident about your knowledge and ability to make your care home more commercially successful.

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