Current and emerging leaders in community and primary health care rely on a wide variety of tools, supports, and resources to help them develop and enhance the key competencies they need to succeed. Developing those key competencies involves a combination of formal and informal career progression, advancement, and development opportunities.
The consulting firm Optimus|SBR engaged with leaders in our sector to find out what formal and informal tools, supports, and resources leaders are using and have used. Here are the results.
When we think of development opportunities, we often think of formal ones like these:
Informal and non-traditional development opportunities, such as special projects, committee membership, or temporary secondments are increasingly relevant to engaging and retaining emerging leaders.