Journey from clinician to clinician-leader
How as leaders do we motivate and sustain action when it comes to clinical governance change? How do we ensure implementation challenges faced by our teams are heard?
Dr Lloyd Nash, principal AICG Leadership facilitator, brings both the ‘teacher’ and ‘student’ lens to this conversation as he reflects on his extensive and varied healthcare journey as to the challenges faced (from both sides) when crossing the clinical governance divide, and how to bridge that gap.
Dr Lloyd Nash
Dr Lloyd Nash is a specialist General & Acute Care physician and global health practitioner who believes in building systems for better health (au.linkedin.com/in/thereslloyd). His clinical work is focused on indigenous health in the remote Kimberley. He is the Founder & Chair of Global Ideas, taking a design approach to solving global health challenges.
As a human-centred designer and effective leadership facilitator, Lloyd is passionate about leading change through complexity and bringing others along the journey. He is an advisory board member of the Global Health Alliance, Melbourne and former Director of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. As a Fellow of Leadership Victoria’s Williamson Community Leadership Program, a World Health Summit Young Physician Leader and recipient of the ADC Forum Australian Leadership Award, Lloyd has been recognised as a next-generation Australian leader.