5 Steps to Discovering your Healthcare Leadership DNA

The following post was originally posted at MedBridgeEducation.com on July 10, 2018.

Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” –Aristotle

To know and lead others, one must start by knowing oneself – implying that all successful leaders must embrace a realistic portraiture of their leadership style including strengths, gaps, knowledge, and experience.

Beginning with an appreciative inquiry approach helps leaders see themselves and others from a strengths-based perspective. Ancient wisdom tells us to love others as we love ourselves. This simply means that one must be able to embrace their own unique leadership DNA and learn to build on it. By maximizing one’s innate talent, a leader can make an impact through positive, powerful contributions. A realistic leader knows the extent of their abilities and is aware of every resource available. They also know how to partner with others to bridge the gaps that exist in their strength profile.

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Bill Shell, CPC | LindaShell.com

Bill Shell, Business Strategist and Certified Professional Coach is CEO of LindaShell.com. Bill is passionate about the success of long term care and empowering leaders and teams to achieve success. He has over 30 years of experience in starting, growing and managing companies, organizations and leadership teams.

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