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Leading In Emergency Situations with Dan Dworkis MD PhD

Season #2

In this episode of The Thinking Leader, Bryce Hoffman and Marcus Dimbleby talk with Dr. Dan Dworkis, Chief Medical Officer at Mission Critical Team Institute, about swarm teams in mission critical environments like hospitals. 


They discuss how teams are formed in emergency situations, bringing together whoever is available to respond to critical issues immediately. However, Dr. Dworkis notes that while swarm teams are effective at responding to crises, hospitals often fail to debrief afterwards or capture lessons learned. Bryce and Marcus suggest ways that hospitals could implement an anonymous online feedback system and regular team meetings to ensure swarming experiences are used to continuously improve emergency response procedures.


In this episode:

  • How to make decisions under pressure 
  • How to make better decisions in emergency situations
  • How to improve teamwork in your company
  • How to build trust in a big team
  • How to improve hospital emergency response procedures
  • How to handle emergencies



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Bestselling business author Bryce Hoffman and agility expert Marcus Dimbleby talk about decision making, strategy, resilience and leadership with some of the world’s best CEOs, cognitive scientists, writers, and thinkers in this weekly podcast. Each episode offers new ideas and insights you can use to become a better leader and a better thinker – because bad leaders react, good leaders plan, and great leaders think!


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