Understanding the core competencies of teaming during my leadership journey has transformed the way I see and move through the world. It’s all been essential in launching the first-ever Relational Leadership Institute at the University of Utah this Fall.
Have you ever had a continuing education experience that dramatically changed the way you worked immediately after you participated? In the fall of 2018, I did, and I returned to UNC, sharing my RLI experience with anyone who would listen.
We sought to develop a new leadership model — one that would not only draw from community organizing — but also based on research in sociology, social psychology, anthropology, and organizational development.
THCs are adeptly addressing three of the biggest stressors on the system: a primary care shortage amid an aging population, lack of access to care in America’s rural and underserved communities, and one of the greatest threats to the healthcare workforce: burnout.
On PCP’s Relational Rounds podcast, Dr. Singh shares what makes a great community health worker, advice for young physicians on the growing crisis of burnout, and why healthcare should be viewed as a social movement.