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For Individual Health Professionals

For Individual Health Professionals

Intend Health offers a wide range of highly interactive, online workshops tailored to meet your personal and professional development needs. Participants gain skills and insights to build their own leadership perspective and skills and to grow in their own professional development.

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The Intend Health Difference

  • Focused on human and relational dynamics as core drivers of success.
  • Make the mindsets and skills of high-performing leaders and teams actionable and scalable.
  • Offer programs designed and led by healthcare professionals with direct experience in applying the skills they are teaching.
  • Prioritize practical application and concrete tools to support innovation and improvement.
  • Help you balance the technical and relational dynamics essential to success.
  • Focus on trust, collaboration, and community.
  • Promote engagement with our national network of practicing, interprofessional healthcare leaders

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Improve Collaboration

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Increase Engagement

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Transform Conflict

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Strengthen Community

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Navigate Change

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For Healthcare Students & Emerging Leaders

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For Healthcare Organizations & Teams

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Example Relational Leadership Workshops

Advocate to Accelerate Change

This workshop presents a framework for understanding and designing advocacy initiatives. Participants will explore strategies for promoting impactful, equitable, longitudinal change efforts, at both the organizational and systems levels.‍‍

The Dynamics of Self and Teams

Discover the methodology of the Simpli5™ 5 Dynamics framework, an interactive tool for understanding our approach to learning and collaboration. This session helps uncover and optimize the complementary energies of team members, and design workflows that harness their strengths.

Building a Culture of Feedback

When feedback is frequently and skillfully exchanged, team members feel confident in naming mistakes and identifying areas of opportunity. In this session, participants learn how to prepare and deliver effective feedback, as well as strategies for eliciting input at the organizational level.

Conflict Transformation

Conflict is inevitable, and it can be a powerful positive force for transformation. Participants in this workshop will gain awareness of their own response to conflict, and explore actionable techniques for approaching difficult dialogues, identifying barriers, and finding common ground.

Narrative Leadership: Story of Self

Storytelling is a leadership tool that can be used as a foundation for collaboration, a relationship-building strategy, a catalyst for action, or a source of inspiration. Participants will learn and practice a framework to develop and share their “Story of Self”— a narrative that links a key moment in their lives to their current sense of purpose.

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Family Physician, Minnesota Community Care

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Kyle Turner, PharmD

University of Utah

“I participated in RLI [the Relational Leadership Institute]... and my world has not been the same since. The community that I’ve gained at RLI has been extraordinary. Being part of RLI means being connected to a diverse, interdisciplinary community that breaks down the walls that are typical in academic medicine.”

Katie Gradick, MD, MHS

University of Utah

"In a healthcare system fraught with silos and computer screens, we need the human voice — a personal connection — now more than ever. That's the work of Intend Health."

Matt Lewis, PhD

Strategic Consultant

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Family Medicine Resident, UC Davis San Joaquin General Hospital

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Oregon Health and Science University

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Krisda Chaiyachati, MD, MPH, MSHP

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

“A big impact that Intend Health has on me is it makes me more humble, kinder, more intuitive, a better listener, and I’ve been able to teach the skills I’ve learned to others. All of this makes me a better team member, and I think that that's integral to what Intend Health teaches — we need high functioning teams to provide the best care.”

Student Action Network Participant

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