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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® in Healthcare

Improve Effectiveness Throughout Your Workforce

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® in Healthcare

Improve Effectiveness Throughout Your Workforce

Challenge

The practice of healthcare has changed in this modern age. Healthcare practitioners now face unprecedented challenges. One challenge would be that the delivery of effective healthcare now demands a more complex and integrated care for the health of patients which goes beyond advanced science alone. Another would be that the most effective patient care now involves partnering with people, and not simply prescribing for patients. Also, it is now through thoughtful interdependent practice that teams of experts deliver effective patient care.

With this growth, the successful development, access, and delivery of products and services now requires the active involvement of non-healthcare practitioners as well. Caring for the health of patients now involves the effective collaboration of healthcare and non- healthcare professionals.

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Solution

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective for People in Healthcare is specifically designed to enable healthcare professionals to discover, understand more deeply, and apply the roots of personal and interpersonal effectiveness in their practices. It introduces them to the principles, paradigms, and practices of the 7 Habits as applied specifically in the context of healthcare.

Participants learn the timeless principles of human effectiveness that propel them towards greater maturity and higher performance, individually, and with other people. They learn that true success  comes from the inside-out. It is by first achieving personal effectiveness and then stepping beyond this, that one is able to also achieve effectiveness in working with teams. First, the Private victory; then, the Public Victory.

Outcome

As healthcare professionals move from dependence to independence to interdependence, they are able to experience frst-hand the rewards of greater self-discipline and superb cooperation and collaboration.

In FranklinCovey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Efective People in Healthcare, participants learn to:

  • Assume full accountability for the results.
  • Identify what matters most in their work and personal lives.
  • Prioritize and achieve their most important goals, instead of constantly reacting to urgencies.
  • Collaborate more efectively by building relationships of trust and mutual beneft.
  • Efectively communicate in all aspects of their lives, including the digital world.
  • Approach problems and opportunities with creative collaboration. • Integrate continuous improvement and learning.