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The Top 11 Leadership Development Trends for 2022

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Partnerships, Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Virtual Teaming, Leadership Resources, Diversity and Inclusion, Executive Coaching, Team Development, Collaboration

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Due to imminent societal and economic challenges, leaders from organizations spanning all industries are shifting their priorities in 2022. According to Gartner, approximately 60% of HR leaders’ number one priority in 2022 is to build critical skills and competencies. Consequently, there are key leadership development trends to stay on top of to ensure success within your organization in this new year and beyond. From the Great Resignation to increasing team effectiveness in hybrid workforces, we’re highlighting the top 11 leadership development trends for 2022. 

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The Data is Now In: 2021's Top 5 Recurring Themes in Executive Coaching

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Partnerships, Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Executive Coaching, Team Development, Collaboration

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As a firm dedicated to developing talent to execute strategy, we have broad experience in assessing and developing leaders to reach peak performance through our executive coaching programs. With each year, and as new global, economic, and societal changes accrue, we take note of the top goals our executive coaching clients achieved in the year prior as a prelude to what's to come.

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On-Demand Leadership Development Solutions: What Are They and How Do They Work?

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Leadership Resources

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The challenges faced by leaders today have dramatically intensified due to the myriad issues created during, and as a result of, the pandemic. Organizations are facing massive changes due to hybrid workforces, excess levels of stress, and the resulting Great Resignation as masses of leaders continue to voluntarily leave their jobs in search of better and more balanced opportunities. Reports state that about 60% of leaders feel worn out at the end of each day, which is likely indicative of burnout — a contributing factor to the Great Resignation.

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Is Executive Coaching An Antidote to Burnout?

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Executive Coaching

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Traditionally, executive coaching has been used to enhance leadership and organizational performance. However, since the pandemic, we are seeing more companies turn to coaching as a mechanism to reduce burnout, which when ignored can cause lasting effects on employee health and organizational performance. And given the statistics — according to Indeed, 52% of employees experienced burnout in 2021 — burnout has become a serious concern for leaders across all industries. 

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Meet the Advisory Board -  Craig Samitt, MD, MBA

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Meet the Advisory Board

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We are fortunate to have an advisory board, comprised of multi-sector industry leaders from a variety of disciplines, to guide our strategy and growth. We have created the “Meet the Advisory Board” series as a way to introduce you to these talented leaders and learn about their perspectives on leadership and cross-sector collaboration.

In this interview, meet Advisory Board member Craig Samitt, the CEO and Founder of ITO Advisors, a healthcare advisory and investment firm.

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4 Steps to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Leadership Resources, Physician Leadership

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Imposter syndrome, defined by the Harvard Business Review as “doubting your abilities and feeling like a fraud,” impacts high-achieving people as they often find difficulty in accepting their own accomplishments. Essentially, people with imposter syndrome feel as though they’re not qualified enough, not talented enough, or simply not good enough to perform their job well.

But, could this be a case of mind over matter? Or is there more to overcoming imposter syndrome? 

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Leadership Effectiveness: The Top 4 Habits That Could Be Limiting Your Success

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Leadership Resources, Mindfulness, Physician Leadership

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Becoming a successful leader today requires the ability to prioritize learning and continuous development of skills, knowledge, and behavioral competence. To excel in healthcare leadership it’s crucial to take note of certain habits that may be inhibiting your ability to grow and achieve your goals. Are you spending enough time on your own health? Maybe you have a hard time deciphering between being a friend and being a leader. Or maybe your biggest roadblock is your fixed mindset.

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Coaching for Groups - Let’s Explore the Subtle, but Important, Differences in Peer, Group, & Team Coaching

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Leadership, Leadership Resources, Diversity and Inclusion, Executive Coaching, Team Development, Collaboration

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There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all coaching solution. Thankfully, there are multiple options for organizations to consider as they look to develop individuals, teams, and groups. Coaching best practice customizes the approach to fit the exact needs of the organization, individual, group, or team. In this article, we’re lifting the veil on the differences between peer coaching, group coaching, and team coaching and discussing when and how they are best applied. Let’s dive in.

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How to Strengthen Team Effectiveness in 3 Easy Steps

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Leadership Development, Leadership, Leadership Resources, Diversity and Inclusion, Team Development, Collaboration

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As employees reboard and return to work they are demanding better company culture, supportive leadership, and enhanced opportunities to collaborate. As we know through our work with companies across various sectors, poor company culture leads to inefficient communication, unsatisfied employees, high turnover, and poor team effectiveness. Now, more than ever, leadership teams need to prioritize strengthening their team dynamics to improve the overall success of the organization. In this article, we’re revealing the top 3 steps you can use to bolster your team’s effectiveness and achieve impactful business outcomes as a result.

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Meet the Advisory Board - Laura Landy

by The Leadership Development Group posted in Healthcare Ecosystem, Leadership, Meet the Advisory Board

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We are fortunate to have an advisory board, comprised of multi-sector industry leaders from a variety of disciplines, to guide our strategy and growth.  We have created the “Meet the Advisory Board” series as a way to introduce you to these talented leaders and learn about their perspectives on leadership and cross-sector collaboration.

In this interview, meet Advisory Board member Laura Landy, President & CEO of the Rippel Foundation and the Founder and Chair of ReThink Health, the Foundation’s flagship initiative.

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