Healthcare leaders are like a boiled frog, adapting to external conditions to survive, but becoming numb to internal warning signs. Don't wait for someone to turn off the heat, invest in your people to build the capabilities needed to thrive in complexity.
When your team is suffering, your first instinct is likely to try and fix it, you may feel like you’re getting nowhere with your team. Use these 4 steps to rethink workplace stress and build a strong team culture.
What you believe about stress and the assumptions that live inside your mind, make all the difference when it comes to your lived experiences. The same thing applies to your role as a leader. When you can reframe workplace stress as helpful rather than harmful for your team, you will help them grow and thrive even in the toughest of circumstances.
Your subconscious mind greatly influences your actions and how you perceive experiences. When it comes to your mindset on stress, this can have powerful implications, both positive and negative. Learn how stress can work for you, instead of against you.
How a nurse manager reduced staff turnover and burnout, improved team morale and created a culture of excellence through her complexity leadership training.
The Complexity Leadership Quotient is a brief leadership quiz that gives you feedback on 3 critical skills needed to lead effectively in an increasingly complex world and how you can work to improve them.
A supportive community might be just what you need to help you grow as a healthcare leader and develop your complexity leadership skills
How effective leadership, teamwork and complexity leadership training led to an evolution of thinking and successful service delivery model changes during the pandemic.