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NHS: Is this why there is a disconnect between the clinical workers and senior management ?

Aug 28 2017

Clarity4D profiles use Jungian psychology and colour to help individuals identify their personality preferences. In the model above you will see that blue and red are “thinking” preferences and green and yellow are “feeling” preferences. These 2 preferences identify the way people prefer to make decisions.

A Clarity4D team development workshop was recently run for a paediatric rheumatology department of a leading NHS hospital. It was interesting to see that all 18 members of the team had a preference for green and yellow energies, which was not surprising when you consider that their patients are children. These 18 individuals were consultants, psychologists, nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists and childrens’ workers. There is evidence that if a similar workshop was run for the senior management of a hospital there would be a strong preference for blue and red energies – where people would be making decisions with a “Thinking” preference. Perhaps if more teams ere aware of these preferences, there might be greater trust ad collaboration in the NHS.

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