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‘Good fences make good neighbours’: setting role boundaries for greater job satisfaction.
‘Good fences make good neighbours’: setting role boundaries for greater job satisfaction.

People in quality and clinical governance roles are often viewed as a ‘spare pair of hands’ and end up doing tasks that they are not responsible for. This leads to dissatisfaction, burnout, and not getting the important jobs done. Mind Tools describes a four stage process for setting firmer boundaries that may be useful for those who want a more focused and effective role in 2024.

Job satisfaction
Management
Quality
Tips for more enjoyment and effectiveness for quality professionals
Tips for more enjoyment and effectiveness for quality professionals

Three short videos from Dr Cathy Balding about how to be a more effective quality improvement professional.

Communication
Job satisfaction
Quality
Quality improvement
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