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#106: Is Problem Solving the Most Valuable Skill a Leader Can Have?

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#106: Is Problem Solving the Most Valuable Skill a Leader Can Have?

July 21, 2021

#106: Is Problem Solving the Most Valuable Skill a Leader Can Have?

One of the core characteristics of a strong leader is they are an excellent problem solver. As clinicians you are also trained to solve problems for the patients/clients you serve.  But what we’ve come to learn is not all problems are solvable, and problem-solving skills don’t work on all the challenges that leaders face.  So, then what do you do?  Today, we are going to tell you what you can do.  We are going to talk about an essential competency every leader must have to overcome unsolvable problems and achieve sustainable outcomes.  

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