Ccentric Managing Director, Wayne Bruce, recently presented at this year’s annual Leading Aged Services Australia (LASA) conference on the Gold Coast. LASA is the national peak body representing age services in residential care, home care and retirement living.
Based on the Executive Mobility and Motivation research, Ccentric has been regularly conducting since 2012, Wayne addressed congress participants about “What Motivates Executive Talent in the Health and Aged Care Sector”.
The health and aged care sector is exposed to continual change due to a range of factors, such as constantly evolving regulations, policies, and care delivery, as well as other disruptive factors such as technology, and payment models. To keep up with this fast-paced environment, the right leader is required for the job. Customer satisfaction and patient experience are fundamental for anyone working in this sector, the changing landscape also requires a leader who considers employee motivation, stakeholder engagement, and innovative learning methods. If you wish to gain further insights on what motivates current and future leaders of Australia’s healthcare organisations, click here to read our most recent Executive Motivation and Mobility Survey.