Should health practitioners be expert in sales? When does your professional recommendation become manipulative? Where's the thin red line separating the noble cause of helping those in pain to that of the dark side where you take advantage of vulnerable people?
I'd love to hear people's thoughts on this!! Drop your comments below.
Given it's a contentious theme in healthcare - I've made it the topic of my next online #practiceimpact workshop.
July 14th at 7pm AEST.
Complimentary registrations here:
Join with me and special guest @PaulWright for a sharp hour of engagement.
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My (slightly longer) #2minuteconviction on managing #criticism. It’s the inevitable price of #leadership. Five things I consider in response.
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Leaders clearly don’t have all the answers…but what they must know how to do is ask the right questions. I call this “questioneering”. Engineering the right question for the right person at the right time to get the right result.
Last night we had our first online PRACTICE IMPACT workshop with a highly interactive bunch - and we discussed this idea of questioneering for leaders who want to mobilise and optimise their team.
If you missed the session and want to catch the recording you can link to it here:
Here 5 of my favourite question "hacks" to get the best out of your people – and help them to have their best month at work yet:
1. What do you love?
2. What are you great at?
3. What 2 things MUST you get done this WEEK?
4. What 2 things can I do to HELP you with these things this WEEK?
5. What 2 things will you do to help YOURSELF with these things this WEEK?
Bonus Q: Does it help you if I follow you up?
Leaders, keep developing your skills of "Questioneering".
Stay curious 😉
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I’ve seen you do that many times Jase. Definitely one of your strengths.