Mission

Competency & Self-Assessment

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The Mission Leader Competency Model, developed by CHA using input from ministry executives, sponsors, trustees and mission leaders, fleshes out the myriad of areas of competencies required for a high performing mission leader in today's complex health care setting. So that you can gauge areas of growth needed in each of the competencies, a self-assessment guide is available for your use.

You can access the competency model and self-assessment guide here.


 

Personal Qualifications

Personal Qualifications

Mission leaders are talented, faithful and competent executives who embody holistic and healthy qualities which enable them to make a positive and lasting impact on their organizations.
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Leadership

Leadership

Mission leaders bring strategic direction, thinking and guidance as well as a collaborative spirit to the organization to ensure that it is faithful to its purpose, identity and values.
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Theology

Theology

Mission leaders have a working knowledge of Catholic theology and are acquainted with the plurality of religions that will be encountered among the employees, physicians, trustees, patients and others who are served within our institutions.
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Spirituality

Spirituality

Mission leaders are able to articulate their lived faith experience and the meaning it brings to their lives as well as encouraging and empowering individuals and organizations to do the same.
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Ethics

Ethics

Mission leaders promote ethical behavior throughout the organization with a focus on organizational ethics, clinical ethics and the Church's social justice tradition.
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Organizational Management

Organizational Management

Mission leaders have the management competencies needed to be recognized as productive contributors to the organization. They understand the interrelationship of shared beliefs, behaviors and assumptions of the organization.
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