AUGUST 23, 2017


Negotiation
Meta-Leadership
Conflict Resolution
Teaching


Meta-Leadership

The pace of health system change requires people who can mold different professions, departments, and expertise into a coherent and effective operation.

What HCNA brings you:
Drs. Lenny Marcus and Barry Dorn – along with their colleagues Dr. Isaac Ashkenazi and Joseph Henderson - coined the term "Meta-leadership." Meta-leaders are leaders of leaders, building influence well beyond their authority. The five dimensions of meta-leadership practice build upon:

  1. Your personal capacity for emotional intelligence
  2. Your analytic strength for situational awareness
  3. Your talent for building loyalty among your reports
  4. Your sensitivity in leading your boss
  5. Your ability to weave connectivity of purpose and action across the many departments, organizations, and people who are part of your system.
Build meta-leadership into the strategy for change and cross-cutting culture of your organization.

How does it work?
Feature the Meta-Leadership for an on-sight training seminar, a retreat theme, or a conference keynote session.

Click Here for a BioSecurity article.

Click Here for a video of the Five Dimensions of Meta-Leadership

Click Here for "What People are Saying"

Click Here for an article on the Five Dimensions of Meta-Leadership

Click Here for a one page description of the Five Dimensions of Meta-Leadership

Click Here for a humorous take on just what is Meta-Leadership

Click Here (go to page 4) for a review of Meta-Leadership applied to the work of Chiefs of General Internal Medicine





 

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