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Vic Brazil opens smaccGOLD with a powerful insight into how conflict between "tribes" in our everyday working environment can adversely impact upon patient care.

Vic Brazil opens smaccGOLD with a powerful insight into how conflict between "tribes" in our everyday working environment can adversely impact upon patient care.

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Brazil - Timing, Tribes and STEMI's Presentation Transcript

  • 1. As a DEM specialist [DEMC4] describes, this facilitates the emergence of ingroup solidarity: “…and if we constantly feel in a state of siege of us against everyone we’re trying to refer to,…….I think everyone likes to have a little team allegiance.. And having a common enemy is a really great bonding experience for a team..”
  • 2. As a DEM specialist [DEMC4] describes, this facilitates the emergence of ingroup solidarity: “…and if we constantly feel in a state of siege of us against everyone we’re trying to refer to,…….I think everyone likes to have a little team allegiance.. And having a common enemy is a really great bonding experience for a team..”
  • 3. car
  • 4. Relationship Goal
  • 5. Relationship Goal
  • 6. Relationship Goal avoid
  • 7. Relationship Goal avoid compromise
  • 8. Relationship Goal avoid assertive compromise
  • 9. Relationship Goal avoid assertive compromise
  • 10. - power, popularity and the patient ‘trump card’…
  • 11. ‘Walk the walk’ with our trainees/ juniors Balance the risks of conflict
  • 12. Build relationships wherever we can Balance the risks of conflict
  • 13. the language revolves around infinite potential and how the group is going to make history.. …….not to beat a competitor… but because doing so will make a global impact…. …..this group is
  • 14. Build relationships wherever we can ‘Walk the walk’ with our trainees/ juniors