Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Authenticity Part 2 | S4E012
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2M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Authenticity Part 2:     In Part 2 of the episode on authenticity, the panel discusses authentic leadership in practice.  Sahand reflects about his observation of authentic leadership (AL) in his career and what qualities are essential for authentic leaders, especially from the perspective of those just starting their careers.  The importance of developing self-awareness and having authentic leadership mentors is highlighted.     From a mid-career perspective, Jacklyn shares that self-doubt is part of o ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Authenticity Part 1 | S4E011
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
2M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Authenticity Part 1.      In our final episode of Season 4, Mobeen and Matthew welcome a cross- generational leadership panel to explore the concept of authenticity in leadership.  The panel includes an emerging leader, a mid-career leader and an “expert” leader who share their experiences about what makes an authentic leader and good rebel.      Sahand Ensafi is the emerging leader guest.  Sahand is an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant with 10 years of experience working at the Universit ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Novelty Part 2 | S4E010
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
2M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Novelty Part 2:     In part two, Mathew and I will continue our discussion with Connie by exploring two articles on tools to analyze and manage novel thinking and innovations in health services. Join us in Part 2 as Connie shares some of the tools she uses as a health leader.     The first article is based on an approach of analyzing novelty of service innovation in a healthcare setting. The authors frame healthcare innovation as a product of four domains: organizational newness, environmental newness, market new ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Novelty Part 1 |S4E009
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
2M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Novelty Part 1.      Mobeen and Matthew welcome guest, Connie Clerici to Built to Lead to examine the element of novelty as a trait of “good rebels”. Connie is a system innovator who embodies the principle of novelty in all of her work. Connie founded Closing the Gap Healthcare as a disruptive force in the home care landscape in Canada. With a background in nursing, Closing the Gap, led by Connie, has embraced the cutting edge of how home services are provided, expanding into community clinic work, virtual care, and social ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Curiosity Part 1 |S4E007
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
2M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Curiosity Part 1.      Mobeen and Matthew welcome an exceptional guest in this episode, William Jones.  William is the founder of an angel-funded pre-seed start-up, Leynek Medical, headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. Leynek Medical is focused on the design and commercialization of hardware and software aimed at improving the delivery of primary care to cancer patients and revolutionizing oncology in the community and primary care setting.      In part 1 of this conversation, William discusses the impo ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Perspective Part 2 | |S4E006
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
2M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Perspective Part 2:     Mobeen and Matthew continue their conversation with Dr. de Villa and discuss the three key skills in perspective management. Firstly, "perspective-taking" is the ability to adopt the standpoint of others, aiding in understanding their desires and concerns. The second skill, "perspective-seeking," involves actively reaching out to grasp different viewpoints without judgment, promoting authentic curiosity and learning. Lastly, "perspective-coordinating" entails leveraging the collected perspectives to gain ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Perspective Part 1 | |S4E005
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
3M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Perspective Part 1.      Dr. Eileen de Villa is the guest in this episode about perspective – the second of the five elements required of “good rebels” to create positive change.      In part 1 of this conversation, Dr. de Villa discusses the importance of “perspective” as a leadership skill, particularly during times when leaders are faced with great stress.  In these situations, the thinking of leaders must broaden to allow one to consider more possibilities before making decisions.  &n ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Diversity Part 2 |S4E004
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
3M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Diversity Part 2:     Mobeen and Matthew continue their conversation with Dr. Timothy and discuss two articles about inclusive leadership in professional education and in the actual practice of leadership.  The first article is about the importance of providing Black mentorship in medical residency programs and the criticality for racially concordant mentorship.  In the second article, they discuss what is means to be an inclusive leader, including the six dimensions of inclusive leaders.     Here are the tw ..read more
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Rebels with a Cause: Exploring the Element of Diversity Part 1 |S4E003
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
3M ago
Rebels with a Cause:  Exploring the Element of Diversity Part 1.      Our cohosts, Mobeen and Matthew are joined by Dr. Roberta Timothy in this episode about diversity – the first of the five elements required of “good rebels” to create positive change.      In part 1 of this conversation, Dr. Timothy discusses what is means to be anti-racist and anti-oppressive as a leader of change and how health leaders can cultivate this thinking in their work as they take action to create change in our health system.      Dr. Timothy is the ..read more
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Built to Lead Season 4: Introduction to Rebel with A Cause | S4E001
Built to Lead - The Health Leaders of Tomorrow Podcast
by Vernissage Health
3M ago
In this introductory episode, our cohosts, Mobeen and Matthew, discuss how the podcast team selected the Season 4 theme “Rebels with a Cause”.  Coming out of the pandemic in which unprecedented change was the norm, the podcast team chose to seek inspiration this year from those health leaders who, day to day, defy the norm.  Leaders who continually challenge conventions in pursuit of personal, organizational and health system transformation and change.      Like every season, our hosts “set the table” during this introduction and review the framework that guides t ..read more
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