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Silo’s to Synergy: Symposium of Empowerment June 7, 2017

Posted by mariemanthey in Creative Health Care Management, Inspiration, Leadership, Professional Practice.
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In my career as change leader, I have constantly paid attention to what worked – and done more of that.

I’ve paid attention to what didn’t work – and tried to avoid that in the future.

A tactic for change that I’ve long been aware of is reaching outside the bounds of one’s own work area, and making connections with people who do different kinds of work. Finding common values and shared tactics with those people whose work is different from mine. Learning from their perspective on these shared values has been invaluable.

Oftentimes people in other areas have already invented this or that wheel, that I can use to get where I’m going faster (without having to invent it myself).

Much of the literature I’ve absorbed and learned from is written for a non-nursing audience – it was written for general business usually. Or sometimes was from other areas of the health care industry.

By reaching across the distance and making connections with others who share our goals, the work we can achieve together increases exponentially.

The CHCM International Relationship-Based Care Symposium will be that process, an accredited program curated specifically for leaders who want to achieve all they can in their careers.

We hope all of you attend who are able, and for those of you who can’t we will make available the materials and information as possible. It won’t be sufficient to create the experience and the relationships gained by attending, but we’d like to expand the positive outcomes in all ways possible!

Stay tuned, and if you have been able to see your way clear to attend just recently – it’s not too late to sign up!

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