Leadership Development

Leadership development is needed now more than ever in health care. Given the complicated and complex environment, leaders are challenged to keep up with what they need to do and be in moments of action. What is expected of leaders in increasingly large, loosely bounded health systems is in a dynamic state, that is often perplexing. This makes the executive path even more challenging. To be effective in these turbulent contexts, leaders need to quickly adapt and be more agile. It is not just important to know what to do in complex situations, but also, to know how to be.

Leadership development can be helpful for all who want to navigate more effectively in these challenging times. It is particularly important for people of color because the path to leadership is harder in the face of conscious and unconscious biases related to race, ethnicity, and gender. This makes it difficult for them to advance to higher levels of leadership. Leadership development that understands the unique challenges that people of color experience can be helpful for deepening understanding, growth, and advancement.

As a facilitator and advisor, here’s how I can help…

  I can facilitate self-inquiry that can help you to tap into your inner wisdom. Self-inquiry will assist you with your leadership reflection and discernment practice. Tapping into your inner wisdom enhances your capability for how to “be” and navigate in complex and turbulent environments.
Leadership Development Dialogue Groups
  I can facilitate dialogue groups that help leaders of color and the people that work with them to share and learn from experiences on the executive path. The collective wisdom of the dialogue group is a supportive and useful process for building understanding and leadership growth.
Leadership Workshop – “Leveraging the Unique Challenges: Leaders of Color on the Executive Path”
  I can facilitate a workshop or webinar that is focused on helping leaders of color either considering or on the executive path, examine the unique challenges that are often experienced because of structural biases related race and ethnicity as well as gender. The learning outcome is to identify strategies for navigating these challenges and leveraging them into opportunities for growth and advancement.