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Aug
29

Your paradigm could be undermining you

How effective you are as a manager, probably depends more on your style than your competence. Big claim I know – but I have seen managers who were highly educated, had years of experience – and you would call them incredibly competent – and yet they were ineffective, even destructive. Your ‘style’ is how you […]

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Aug
21

Points of Resistance: 3 Critical Steps to Overcome it

No one likes change … Not true. Increasing efficiency, changing models of care, new funding models, new roles. It doesn’t matter how you look at it – change is an inherent part of healthcare – and it is exhausting. I hear people saying: “Just let us go on with our job and we wouldn’t need […]

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Aug
14

Ever wondered why Healthcare lacks CARE?

I have a theory. Healthcare is like a pressure cooker. There is evidence that suggests if you ever wanted to replicate the conditions of a battle field, you’d walk onto a modern, busy, hospital ward. It’s a battlefield According to a US report into work-related stress in nursing published some years ago, if you wanted […]

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