Tag: Authentic Leadership

The Art Of Being An Authentic Leader – Ngā Kaiwhakaora Ngangahau Hei Kaihautū

Occupational therapists make decisions, guide outcomes, solve problems, and have followers therefore we are all leaders regardless of our job titles. Our profession values person-centred practice yet as a leader, we often forget to allow our true authentic self to come through in our leadership practice. Being authentic is owning one’s experiences, thoughts, emotions and embedding all actions within our…

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Stress, Sanity And Leadership – Leading Ourselves And Then Others: Te Ārahi I Te Tangata Kē

Leadership is often seen as something for the elite, the special few who accept a role that involves the words ‘manager’ or ‘team leader’. However, we are all leaders of ourselves first (otherwise we would not start the day) and as occupational therapists, educators, and researchers, leaders of others. This call to leadership demands understanding of our innate strengths, our…

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