Leadership Makes the Difference - Practicing humble leadership and new skills can lead to new levels of trust and open communication between leaders and interprofessionals.
Health care systems and demands are constantly changing. Leadership in health care is challenging and requires new skills and habits. New leadership knowledge, skills and abilities can be developed to enhance personal success creating a culture of improvement with staff. Skills such as learning humble inquiry, having willingness, humility, curiosity, perseverance and self-discipline can be assessed with a subsequent action plan to practice and develop new habits of leadership to be the most effective leaders can be.Presenter/s: Marjorie Godfrey (The Dartmouth Institute Microsystem Academy, USA)