Creating High-Functioning Leadership Teams, Part 2

Health Care

October 30, 2013
by Tina Nazier

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Tina Nazier Tina Nazier
Health Care Strategic Alignment Director

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Leadership is a critical factor in securing success for today’s health care organizations. Now more than ever before, organizations depend greatly on high-functioning leadership teams. Creating and sustaining those teams demands considerable effort. It requires the implementation and cultivation of five key elements—trust, creative conflict, commitment, accountability, and finally, a focus on results.
In part one of this series, the elements of trust and creative conflict were explored and explained. Both are vital in building a foundation that supports strong teamwork and a healthy work environment. In part two of this article we will discuss the remaining three steps in the high-functioning pyramid, including the important role leaders play in guiding their teams to success, how team members play an equally important role, and how ultimately high-functioning teams produce RESULTS!
Please note: this article is the second in a two-part series.

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