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How has your track record of “dealing with ambiguity” been working out lately? Sal Mondelli offers examples of how “adjusting while you are on the course” can be a guide to success in an ever changing environment.
As a leader, it is important to understand each person on your team. This includes what motivates them, how they want to be recognized, what type of emotion (I.e. empathy, anger, encouragement, passion) they respond to better and what will shut them down. This helps you get the best of your team in their work. When they are at their best, results increase.
Leadership wisdom comes from many places and in many forms. Barb Taylor’s dog Fire teaches her 4 fundamental lessons.
Leaders and employees of good conscience are engaged in a healthy tension in trying to discern the path forward in addressing DEI concerns.
In a pandemic, anxiety abounds but we can help douse the fire instead of adding fuel to it by using some key coaching skills: listening deeply without judgment, using curiosity, applying positive unconditional regard for others, and acknowledging others in an empathetic manner.
Healthcare clinics, hospitals, other care facilities require an amazing diversity of talent, from specialists to managers, and administrators. Leaders, however, do not always come from the same ranks as the best specialists or best managers. So, how should they find this talent?
As a nation, the pervasive cracks in our system have become more apparent under the stress of the pandemic. This may be the same for your team.
If you are a technically trained, highly skilled professional taking on a new leadership position, there a few of the important areas that you will need to address quickly to be successful in that role.
A leader will never make the unique impact they are capable of without having answered these questions: Why do you lead? Why do you want to be a leader? What is the unique impact you want to make on your employees, organization, and society?
Today’s leaders face the weightiness of critical decisions that have the potential to impact everyone inside and outside the organization. While this is true for all leaders in all industries, in the healthcare industry, the stakes are particularly high.