This timely, engaging and practical book explores why leadership matters in primary care, and how everyone can discover their leadership potential and use it to make a difference. Tailored specifically to the needs of primary care, and full of real-life clinical and management scenarios, the authors - both GPs as well as highly experienced leadership mentors - demonstrate how learning the art of leadership can be a significant and rewarding part of personal and professional development.
1. Context and Organisational Culture and how to influence it 2. Perspectives on leadership, Reach higher, dig deeper. 3. Inspire confidence and connection 4. Play to your strengths 5. Don't fit in 6. Use Your Limits 7. How we communicate is a choice we make 9. The Art of a Good Conversation 10. Navigating Communication Complexities 11. Help people to grow 12. Keep People on Track 13. Become a team 14. Energise and Motivate 15. Lead the team to be their best 16. Adapt and Survive 17. Clarify vision and direction 18. Help the team to get more, and better, ideas 19. Create buy-in and build consensus 20. Chair effectively 21. What could be better? 22. Understand the problem 23. Treat improvement like an experiment and measure it 24. Change and how to manage it 25. Be yourself.