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Organizational hierarchies continue to change. As traditional hierarchies flatten, the skill sets that were once required in traditional vertical hierarchies need to expand. In today's interdisciplinary teams and structures, nutrition and dietetics professionals must develop skill sets and strategies that operate effectively whether horizontally, diagonally, or other ways. Session attendees will learn from emerging, evidence-based research how transformative leadership skills are needed to inspire and influence others, improve decision making, and strengthen collaboration in order to accomplish team and organizational goals. This session will also include innovative case studies of dietitians utilizing transformational leadership behaviors to advance their careers and evoke change within their organizations.
Planned with the Cultures of Gender and Age (COGA) Member Interest Group
CPE Level: Level 2 (intermediate knowledge/experience)
- 3.1.2 Fosters a culture in which diversity and cross-team collaboration are valued.
- 14.3.3 Communicates purpose and desired outcomes to stakeholders in order to achieve project objectives and goals.
- 2.2.1 Identifies the need for and negotiates common ground with customers, interprofessional team members and other stakeholders.
- Explain today's organizational structures that have progressed from traditional vertical hierarchies to flatter organizations, and how this impacts leadership.
- Describe transformational leadership and how it is used by nutrition and dietetics professionals to achieve influence in order to manage and practice more effectively and achieve common team goals.
- Identify specific evidence-based management leadership skills needed to drive team growth and effectiveness in flatter organizations.
- Mary Angela Miller
- Mary Roseman
- Emily Patten