3 tasks hospital leaders shouldn't delegate

To successfully lead a healthcare organization, there are several tasks executives should handle themselves rather than delegate, according to Becker's Hospital Review. For example, managers, particularly those in high-level leadership roles, should deliver criticism and praise to employees personally rather than leave the task to subordinates. Culture and team-building are also important responsibilities for managers to tackle themselves, as employees see their managers as the face of the organization, according to the article. Managers should also take a personal role in crisis management, so employees know their managers and supervisors pay attention to such situations and actively look for solutions. Article

 

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