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Communication

Communicates to Achieve Strategic Outcomes

If you are a Senior PeaceHealth Leader:

  • Promotes high-trust relationships through interactive, accessible, timely, relevant and inclusive communications.
  • Synthesizes and translates complex concepts and information into understandable messages that inspire and inform.
  • Speaks authentically, truthfully and keeps promises.
  • Listens respectfully for understanding and meaning.
  • Creates and welcomes opportunities for others to provide input.
  • Projects credibility, grace and poise even in highly visible, adversarial situations.
  • Assumes responsibility for how communications are received.
  • Promotes high-trust relationships through interactive, accessible, timely, relevant and inclusive communications.

If you are a PeaceHealth Director:

  • Provides the right information, to the right people, at the right time using a variety of means.
  • Synthesizes multiple inputs into useful information.
  • Speaks authentically, truthfully, and keeps promises.
  • Listens respectfully for understanding and meaning.
  • Clearly articulates level of decision-making authority.
  • Manages conflict and disagreements in a respectful way.
  • Actively seeks open dialogue and ideas from diverse sources.
  • Projects credibility, grace and poise even in highly visible, adversarial situations.
  • Speaks and writes effectively in informal and formal settings.
  • Leads effective meetings.
  • Assumes responsibility for the impact of communication on others.

If you are a PeaceHealth Manager:

  • Passes relevant information to staff and keeps director informed.
  • Holds staff accountable for acquiring information and providing input.
  • Speaks authentically, truthfully and keeps promises.
  • Listens respectfully for understanding and meaning.
  • Clearly articulates level of decision-making authority.
  • Manages conflict and disagreements in a respectful way.
  • Actively seeks open dialogue and ideas from diverse sources.
  • Projects credibility, grace and poise even in highly visible, adversarial situations.
  • Speaks and writes effectively in formal and informal settings.
  • Performs effectively in multiple meeting roles (leader, member, facilitator, ad hoc, recorder, etc.)
  • Assumes responsibility for the impact of communication on others.
 
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