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For health professionals: Patient- and relationship-centered care
- An Introduction to Relationship-centered Care [PDF]
- Health Professions Education and Relationship Centered Care - Tressolini [External Site]
- The Foundational Metaphors and Theories of Relationship Centered Administration [PDF]
- Principles and Practices of Relationship-Centered Meetings [PDF]
- A Relationship-Centered Approach to Delegation and Accountability [PDF]
- Control and Relation: Two Foundational Values and their Consequences. A mature clinical approach combines these two perspectives. [PDF]
- Partnering with Patients and Families to Design a Patient- and Family-Centered Health Care System: Recommendations and Promising Practices. Four core concepts of patient- and family-centered care [PDF]
- Linearity, complexity and well-being: Linear causal thinking and its implications for clinicians [PDF]
Strategy and leadership
- A New Model of Leadership: Leading for consensus and realization of vision [External Site]
Leadership and communciation
- Leading from Within - Palmer: Reflections on spirituality and leadership [PDF]
- Mapping Dialog: A research project profiling dialogue tools and processes for social change [External Site]
- Timeless Principles: Defining and demystifying how gatherings can generate “collective awakenings.” [External Site]
- An Introduction to Complex Responsive Process: Theory and Implications for Organizational Change Initiatives: Reflections on a powerful new account of how patterns form in the thinking, feeling and behavior of individuals and groups [PDF]
Annotated Bibliography on Relationship-Centered Administration and Organizational Change [PDF]
Literature reviews and studies on the effect of relationships on organizational outcomes. Also lists references on Relationship-Centered Care, Relationship-Centered Administration, Appreciative Inquiry, interpersonal and emotional neurobiology, and complexity-inspired perspectives on organizations and organizational change. Click here for a copy.
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