What Really Matters in Community & Primary Health Care
Leaders in community and primary health care are as varied as the organizations they work for and the people they serve. Still, they share some key competencies that are essential to success across our ecosystem.
An independent evaluation by consulting firm, Optimus, shed some light on what those are, and how to develop them through formal and informal channels. Here’s a quick summary:
These competencies are key for current and emerging leaders, and their development is an essential part of the pathways that lead to leadership roles.
Looking for ways to develop and enhance your key competencies? Check out our post on top tools, resources, and supports for emerging leaders, or the practical leadership tips in our Applied Leadership e-learning series.