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#82: OT and Leadership with Victoria Garcia Wilburn

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The world desperately needs OT leaders.

It needs leaders that can think holistically. It needs leaders that understand both individual level change and systems level change. It needs storytellers, collaborators, and compassionate thinkers.

And, these are the qualities of an occupational therapy professional.

Today, we’ll explore a paper on best practices in OT leadership curriculum development. This will help us understand the practical steps involved in leadership development. Both as an individual, and for preparing our profession to be one of leaders.

After we review the article, we are thrilled to welcome to the podcast, Dr. Victoria Wilburn, State Representative for Indiana House District 32. Her and I will discuss the hard-won lessons she has learned about leadership. And, the advice she has for OTs to step into leadership, in whatever role they occupy.
You can find more details on this course here:
https://otpotential.com/ceu-podcast-courses/ot-and-leadership
Here's the primary research we are discussing:
Best practices in leadership curriculum development: A case study of a curriculum designed to foster authentic leadership skills in graduate students.

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The world desperately needs OT leaders.

It needs leaders that can think holistically. It needs leaders that understand both individual level change and systems level change. It needs storytellers, collaborators, and compassionate thinkers.

And, these are the qualities of an occupational therapy professional.

Today, we’ll explore a paper on best practices in OT leadership curriculum development. This will help us understand the practical steps involved in leadership development. Both as an individual, and for preparing our profession to be one of leaders.

After we review the article, we are thrilled to welcome to the podcast, Dr. Victoria Wilburn, State Representative for Indiana House District 32. Her and I will discuss the hard-won lessons she has learned about leadership. And, the advice she has for OTs to step into leadership, in whatever role they occupy.
You can find more details on this course here:
https://otpotential.com/ceu-podcast-courses/ot-and-leadership
Here's the primary research we are discussing:
Best practices in leadership curriculum development: A case study of a curriculum designed to foster authentic leadership skills in graduate students.

Support the Show.

  continue reading

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