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The Business of Healthcare Podcast with Tara Humphrey

Dec 1, 2020

As we continue in our leadership journey there are many things, we can use to our advantage in the quest to be the best leaders we can be. I have found that becoming an observer of your thoughts is a powerful way to enhance conversations and to find the right course of action.

In today’s episode, I share one of my leadership lessons on how to become an observer of your thoughts. I talk about how to step back to look and thing about the situations you are in before acting. I share how powerful it can be to put yourself in the shoes of others, to be conscious of your language, your mindset and what you say to others. I share that if we allow ourselves this time to think it can really enhance our conversations and our actions.

“We all know the power of self-reflection, but this is one step further.” Tara Humphrey


This week on The Business of Healthcare:

  • How to become an observer of your thoughts.
  • How to step back and look at situations you are in.
  • The importance of putting yourself in the other persons shoes.
  • Being conscious of your language and mindset.
  • How we can enhance our conversations.
  • What to do to practice observing your thoughts.
  • Why we should allow ourselves time to think.


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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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