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"Imagine a world where almost everyone wakes up inspired to go to work, feels trusted and valued during the day,..."
Participants are required to read Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t by Simon Sinek prior to the leadership "book club" discussion to be awarded self-study (2 CCHs) and education (1 CCH) continuing competency hours and receive a CCH certificate.
Exemplary leaders foster trust and cooperation by building a “Circle of Safety” (Sinek, 2014). In his book, “Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t”, Simon Sinek discusses why this Circle fosters adaptive and confident teams, in which everyone feels they belong and where energy is devoted to a shared vision to seize opportunities. Sinek discusses five lessons for leaders in which relationships, integrity, and using “we” language matter.
In this program, participants will discuss how to lead others to enhance teamwork. The goal is to ignite inclusive teams that are cooperative, empowered, high performing, and ready to embrace change.
Teamwork and collaboration are needed to ensure patient safety and quality outcomes. Therefore, all healthcare practitioners need to understand how to be engaged as valuable members on any team, even if they are not the team leader.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Examine how to build effective relationships within teams and why relationships matter.
- Discuss how building a “Circle of Safety” within teams can foster greater cooperation.
- Discuss how to apply Sinek’s “Leadership Lessons” (Part 6) to strengthen teamwork.
- Identify personal leadership skills to enhance your effectiveness in empowering and engaging others.