As a pharmacy professional, you may have received questions from patients about non-prescription products for managing the symptoms of RSV, or prescribers seeking your advice on bronchodilators or corticosteroids for patients with underlying asthma.
The simplest way to obtain buy-up is togetherness. A team matures when they are united and have each other to follow. During turmoil, if they win as a team no one overstays their welcome by taking too much glory.
Whether you like it or not, optically you are the expert. Your words and actions drive behaviour change and it is up to you to provide the feedback that allows staff to navigate their own individual mastery curves.
As travel and tourism re-emerge from the obstacles faced during the pandemic, the way in which travel medicine is being delivered is changing, with travelers increasingly turning to their pharmacists for last-minute travel advice and vaccinations.
When we talk about directional leadership, up, down and across pretty much covers it, doesn't it? Long-time readers will not be surprised when I tell you we have another direction of leadership to explore – the Fourth Direction of Leadership.