Nov 16, 2022
217 What to do when your project is failing
Welcome to episode 217 of The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I am talking about What to do when your project is failing. It is really important to share the highs and lows, this is how we grow as leaders.
This week on the Business of Healthcare Podcast
Red Flags in a Project
Trust your instincts & highlight the risks
Taking Radical Responsibility
Allowing more time than you think you will need
Keep communicating your vision for the project
Get out of your own way
Come with solutions
Mentions in the episode
Blog – What to do when your project is failing
I’m Tara Humphrey and I’m the founder of THC Primary Care, a leading healthcare consultancy. I provide project and network management to Primary Care Networks and consulting support to clinical leads. To date, I’ve worked with 11 Training Hubs and supported 50 Primary Care Networks and 3 GP Federations. I understand and appreciate the complexity of healthcare and what it takes to deliver projects across multiple practices.
I have over 20 years of project management and business development experience across the private and public sector and have an MBA in Leadership and Management in Healthcare. I’m also published in the London Journal of Primary Care and the author of over 250 Blogs
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