Do what's best for others. Not what's easiest for us.

Sometimes, to get the best result, whether it be for the patients, the organisation or the employees, those who can influence the result have a choice between taking extra time to explore all options or just making a  decision which makes life/work easier for them.

Why the contribution is important

This organisation is extremely complex with many streams. At it's core is the optimum wellbeing and health of those who come seeking health care and those who work within the organisation. Achieving this optimum will require each of us who work within the organisation to focus on those we care for or manage or educate/train rather than focussing on what works best for us.

by Loberto050 on November 28, 2019 at 07:56AM

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  • Posted by calmerllama December 13, 2019 at 13:52

    I note that this comment has been tagged as "humility" - not sure that is the best word to capture the essence of this comment. This comment seems to be describing commitment to quality person-centred care and acting in ways that demonstrate this.
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