The Mission Leader Competency Model outlines personal qualifications and five competency areas that mission leaders in Catholic health care need to possess in order to successfully navigate in this important executive position. Based on the lived experiences of mission leaders and insights from their executive colleagues, trustees and sponsors, it highlights the unique skill set required of individuals charged with leading in the integration of Catholic identity into the operations of a health care ministry.
For additional information on The Leadership Competency Model and CHA’s mission integration activities, contact Brian Smith, CHA’s senior director of mission integration and leadership formation.
The Mission Leader Competency Model is made up of personal qualifications and competencies. Click on each below to access the definition and expressions for each competency as well as a video where mission leaders highlight the competency in light of their day-to-day work:
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The Self-Assessment Tool for the Mission Leader Competency Model includes a self rating for each competency, a description of evidence that supports the rating and the identification of specific steps to address areas for growth.
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The bibliography for the Mission Leader Competency Model provides important articles and books for each of the mission leader competencies. Download a PDF of the bibliography Order hardcopy in the CHA Store (free with free shipping)
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