Archives for November, 2016

Nov
29

The power of style

  Our leadership style, the approach we take to leading and managing is the single greatest factor influencing our impact on those around us, and our performance as managers. Our style is largely a function of how we think which is a reflection of how we feel about ourselves, the assumptions we make about those […]

By Elise Sullivan | C2M Program
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Nov
17

Clinical Leaders – Are you open to external review?

External influence – networking The Duckett Report “Targeting Zero” which was triggered by a series of clinical events in a Victoria hospital emphasised how critical it is to have external review to assure that the informaiton, practices and assumotions that form the basis for care is best practice.   Given that information and evidence is […]

By Elise Sullivan | C2M Program
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Nov
07

Hate managing people? Then don’t – help them manage themselves

  Possibly the greatest challenge for clinicians transitioning into management is the shift in their relations with the people they work with.  For many, they are moving out of the ‘ranks’ and it feels uncomfortably like they are leaving their ‘friends’ behind. They are often feel very conflicted – “Whose interests do I serve now?”  […]

By Elise Sullivan | C2M Program
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Nov
02

How clinical leaders learn

  Are we heading into a future where knowing is obsolete?”[1] The changes and challenges facing healthcare, coupled with the overwhelming and growing supply of information, put in doubt traditional and static forms of education.  In these forms, the student is ‘filled’ with the theories and information needed to perform specific roles and functions.  The […]

By Elise Sullivan | C2M Program
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