Deliberate Clarity: Achieving Success When the Way We Work Isn’t Working Anymore

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Presented By

John Polikandriotis, PhD, FACHE

Vail Summit Orthopaedics & Neurosurgery
About the Session

You are and have always been a leader. But with every new role and promotion you have received, a pattern emerges. You start excited and with good intentions. You have a rosy vision of what you are going to do, how incredible you are going to be and how you will sidestep the mistakes you have seen others make in the past. But then something unexpected happens. Reality doesn’t match up with your expectations. You find you have too much to do and not enough time to do it. Priorities and strategies seem to blur under the seemingly endless daily to-do lists, which are like a hydra monster: as soon as you chop one thing off, two more things emerge. You recognize that systems are hierarchical, bureaucratic, risk averse and slow to make a decision. Your colleagues are driving you crazy. You are juggling life and work to make everyone happy—except yourself.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will synthesize new information to challenge the current leadership schema.
  • Participants will create a plan of action to promote sustainable thriving selves and organizations.