A Model for Health Sector Leadership

  • Paul TurnerEmail author
Part of the Organizational Behaviour in Health Care book series (OBHC)


Three important factors contribute to the effectiveness of health sector leaders. These are leadership capability (based on personal insight and used to form a leadership identity), professional credibility, and understanding organisational dynamics. It is incumbent on those in leadership positions to be very clear about their own strengths and weaknesses. Complex organisational structures in which multidimensional processes are made effective by diverse professions with different expectations and outcomes and in which external expectations are those of the highest levels of excellence and performance will in turn require leadership of the highest standard. Understanding such dynamics is a prerequisite of health sector leaders; applying capability and credibility will enable them to navigate through such complexity.


Leadership capability Professional credibility Understanding organisational dynamics Leadership competence 


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