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Times of crisis necessitate health care leaders to balance competing priorities, includ-ing patient need, staff wellbeing, and one’s own health. While it can be difficult to re-flect in the midst of a crisis - like in the case of the COVID-19 pandemic - this session will dedicate time to exploring strategies to improve leadership’s response in times of crisis. This session will explore the Crisis Leadership Continuum (readiness, response, recovery and renewal), highlighting health care leadership approaches and strategies integral to ensuring staff wellbeing through crisis.
- Explore and examine the four stages of the Crisis Leadership Continuum: read-iness, response, recovery and renewal.
- Using reflective questions, identify 2-3 leadership crisis strengths and growth points to enhance organizational resilience.
- Identify 2-3 applicable strategies in the short term and long term to address staff wellbeing through crisis.
- Leora Wolf-Prusan, Director of Partnerships & Learning, Center for Applied Research Solutions
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