Health workers long for organizational leaders they trust. Leaders who model the values they espouse, value and respect them as well as the patients and communities they serve, and who will work collaboratively to reduce barriers to compassionate, person-centered care. But today, lack of faith in societal institutions and leaders is fueling distrust, polarization and dissatisfaction.
Join us as Ron Carucci, leadership and organizational change consultant, describes his 15 years of research into what makes leaders trustworthy, conducted with a variety of organizations and businesses. He’ll share an expanded concept of honesty and why leaders must lead with the power of truth, justice and purpose to be trusted.