In this podcast episode, I have the privilege of doing a recap interview with Flight Nurse Robin House and Flight Paramedic Shane Turner from Life Force Air Medical at Erlanger who delivered the Keynote presentation at #ECHONooga.
Why are we accepting mediocre performance in an extraordinary-consequence environment? Do you have to be a manager to fix it? The answer is no. We use the rotor-wing phenomenon of Retreating Stall as an analogy for a check up on team health. Utilizing audience participation, real life examples, and role playing will enable participants to recognize, target, and repair poor team dynamics. It’s time to do work.
- Understand Retreating Stall as an analogy for organizational illness, specifically related to rotor wing crews.
- Identify signs and symptoms your team is weak.
- List examples of how we miss the mark as HROs.
- How to recover from the organizational stall using practical applications.
- Identify informal and embedded leadership methods to toughen teams.
We want to extend a continued thanks to everyone at Life Force and the Erlanger Health System for their sponsorship and support of #ECHONOOGA! Check them out at http://lifeforceairmed.com/www and https://www.erlanger.org/default.aspx
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