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Billie Jane Hermosura

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Billie Jane Hermosura PhD(c), PMP, RD is a dietitian and doctoral candidate at the University of Ottawa, Canada. Billie Jane’s areas of professional interest include health professions education and health workforce planning. Billie Jane can be followed on Twitter and/or LinkedIn.

So you think you can lead? Leadership in health care is everybody’s business

Over the past three years, I have immersed myself in leadership development literature related to health systems and health professions education. In my pursuit of a comprehensive leadership framework that encompassed leadership demonstrated at several levels and applied to health care, I came across Dickson & Tholl’s  (2014) “LEADS in a Caring Environment” framework. The recently released second edition Bringing Leadership to Life in Health: LEADS in a Caring Environment expands on the original leadership framework and represents the key skills, behaviors, abilities, and knowledge required to lead in all sectors and all levels of the health system. It provides an in-depth perspective on how LEADS is used in different contexts, including how LEADS relates to diversity and Indigenous cultures. This post highlights the five domains of the LEADS Framework. 

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I read this and could not agree more. My question for us all is leadership isn’t an absence of knowing what to do, it’s about not ... Read More
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