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#104: Living Leadership Principles:  A Look into the Past, Present, and Future of the National Academies of Practice featuring Dr. Rick Weisbarth and Dr. Jody Frost

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#104: Living Leadership Principles: A Look into the Past, Present, and Future of the National Academies of Practice featuring Dr. Rick Weisbarth and Dr. Jody Frost

July 7, 2021

#104: Living Leadership Principles: A Look into the Past, Present, and Future of the National Academies of Practice featuring Dr. Rick Weisbarth and Dr. Jody Frost

In this episode we interview Dr. Rick Weisbarth, the president, and Dr. Jody Frost, the immediate past president of the National Academies of Practice (NAP).

You may or may not be familiar with NAP, so we begin the interview with Rick introducing NAP, why it was established, and why it exists today.  

We talk about healthy partnerships and some of the partnerships NAP has established to promote interprofessional collaboration and represent the interprofessional perspective on national initiatives.

Rick and Jody share their experience with leveraging dialogue to support meaningful conversations within the NAP leadership team and as leaders.

Rick and Jody also talk about the impact of Polarity Thinking™ and having a polarity mindset has had on how the NAP executive council addressed challenges over the past few years and how this new skill has impacted how they lead. 

Lastly, as we end the interview, we talk about how NAP intends to impact interprofessional healthcare now and into the future.

You can see this episode is all about applying leadership skills such as healthy relationships, dialogue, and Polarity Thinking™ and the impact it can have on you as a leader and on your leadership teams, can’t you?  Listen now!

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