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Lynn Bailey of Fresh Hope Care on building a people-centric work culture in an aged care facility

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Having a people-centric workplace not only enables a better understanding of people’s needs, motivation and concerns but also makes a more efficient, more enjoyable environment for them in providing the best lives for residents in an aged care setting.

Healthcare Channel has reached out to Lynn Bailey, Director Seniors Communities of Fresh Hope Care to talk about the importance of building a people-centric work culture in an aged care facility.

Lynn is an astute, passionate and proactive leader who has vast experience and commercially savvy across multiple sectors. She is an ardent pursuer of great outcomes for sectors in senior living modes.

Lynn is a transformational leader who believes that a collaborative approach with owners, management and employees serves as a strong voice for effective change. Her continuous pursuit of education allows her pivotal style to flourish by empowering others and creating a shared desire for change.

In this interview, Lynn shares how recognising a team’s strengths and noise could foster relationships in business.

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