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The Business of Healthcare Podcast with Tara Humphrey

Nov 24, 2020

In work, in life, as a leader or manager, as a person sometimes things don’t always go our way. And that’s ok. It’s an important life lesson that we can’t always have or get what we want. Usually there are other lessons we learn from these situations too. So today I’m sharing how I try to move on from these occasions and keep focused on my goals.

I talk about the importance of learning the lesson and moving on. I share how to put your losses into context against your wins, because your win list is most probably bigger than your losses! I share how to focus on what’s really important. And I also talk about the benefits of the Strengths Deployment Inventory and how it can be used to understand yourself, your team and your motives.

“Things come up, things don’t go your way and you just have to move on.” Tara Humphrey


This week on The Business of Healthcare:

  • The importance of learning the lesson and moving on.
  • Putting your losses into context against your wins.
  • How to focus on what’s really important.
  • Ways to understand yourself and your motives.
  • Why you should use the Strengths Deployment Inventory before conflict occurs.

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About Tara Humphrey

Tara Humphrey is the founder of THC Primary Care, a leading healthcare consultancy specialising in workforce transformation. Tara and her team also work with GP federations supporting the implementation of clinical services.

Tara has over 20 years of project management and business development experience across the private and public sector and has an MBA in Leadership and Management in Healthcare, is published in the London Journal of Primary Care and is the author of over 150 blogs. 

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