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Dr. Bonnie Clipper and Chris McCarthy, Innovation and Design Leader and Vice President of Strategy and Design at HopeLab, discuss how being willing to learn at a rapid pace with an open heart and cultivating a mindset of learning will help build resiliency in the ever changing world we are living in right now.
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There has never been a more challenging time to be a leader in healthcare, and yet strong leadership has never been more important. We turned to four healthcare executives from across the country to share their expertise and key learnings in leading through the pandemic. Here are their tips for improving workplace culture and building resilience through COVID-19 and beyond.
While there is no rulebook on how to lead effectively during a pandemic, we are incredibly grateful that these amazing leaders were willing to share their experience and expertise. It was inspiring to hear how they set the tone for their organizations and prioritize areas where they can make an impact. They empower their teams by recognizing their contributions, validating their concerns, acting with “radical transparency”, and encouraging social connections between their employees. And most importantly, they celebrate meaningful moments. In a pandemic, every small win matters. They show that giving and receiving gratitude makes people feel more valued, motivated, and resilient, and is the catalyst towards a cultural transformation that will outlast the effects of COVID-19.
If you liked what you read today, check out the trailer for the Wambi Leadership Series: Pandemic Insights for key takeaways to support staff in mitigating stress, fighting burnout, and addressing mental health challenges. The full one-hour webinar can be accessed here.
Dr. Bonnie Clipper and Brittany Merkle, Lead Innovation Strategist at University Hospitals Ventures, talk about how during this pivotal time in our history, there have been silver linings when it comes to the nursing field.
Along with sound advice to journal routinely as a means of reflection and catharsis, here are the books suggested:
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Join Dr. Bonnie Clipper and Lydel Wright, a Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellow, as they discuss how serendipitous this is the Year of the Nurse as nurses lead through empathy, innovation and intention.
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