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Choosing the right road to your leadership style

Rhian Monteith looks at the importance of building on strengths rather than correcting weaknesses
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Rhian Monteith looks at the importance of building on strengths rather than correcting weaknesses

Clinical leadership is a skill and an art. That it is a skill means it can be deconstructed and learned; being an art means that you can apply one set of principles and rules in one situation and have a positive outcome, and the next time apply a completely different set of rules and still get a positive outcome. Leadership in any context is not a linear or prescriptive process, which is why I love it.

My approach may be unconventional but the following principles of what I feel and think when I lead others really works for me.

The 'them' out there

When I worked in the ambulance service as a paramedic, I had so many ideas about improving patient care, moving my organisation

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