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Progress through partnership
Transcript of Progress through partnership
7 bilateral agreements
middle class surge
economic growth models
more equal relationship
do both partners benefit equally?
Maintain core values
Don't wait for certainty
at a distance
Knowing what others will do
Doing what you say you will do
Giving now with expectation that it may be repaid in unspecified way and at unspecified time
Enabling others to take advantage of your vulnerabilities,
but expecting that they will not
William (Bill) Burdick, MD, MSEd
Vice President for Education
put own interests
above others needs
prefer to give
more than they get
prefer equal balance
giving and getting
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Feinberg, Cheng, Willer. Gossip as an effective and low-cost form of punishment. Behavioral and Brain Science 2012; 35:25.
Baker and Baker. Paying it forward: how reciprocity really works and how you can create it in your organization. University of Michigan Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship, winter 2011. http://www.bus.umich.edu/positive/news/newsletter/2-23-11/baker-paying.html, accessed September 2, 2013.
Fowler and Christakis. Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks. PNAS 2010; 107:5334-5338.
Strength of weak ties
Granovetter. The strength of weak ties: a network theory revisited. Sociological Theory 1983;1:201-233.
Duckworth, Peterson, Matthews, Kelly. Grit: Perseverance and passion for longterm goals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 2007; 92(6):1087-1101.
Giving can be contagious (Fowler 2010)
Best leaders make everyone smarter (Wiseman 2010)
Gossip as an effective form of punishment (Feinberg 2012)
Strength of weak ties (Granovetter 1983)
Value of reconnecting dormant ties (Levin 2011)
*in person, or voice
Know cultural norms
Invest time, resources
Create common goals
Is the relationship working?
How can it be improved?
Colleagues as people
Pay attention to details
Know more than you
"need" to know
Grit (Duckworth 2007)
Responsibility bias (Ross 1979)
Benefit to North:
Benefit to South:
*Community of practice
Access to impact data (Grant 2010)
Giving as energizing (Weinstein 2010)
Personalization (Turner 2008)
Givers live longer!
Lower mortality in elderly givers (Musick 1999)
... and less depression (Musick 2003)
Dealing with takers
Shift to matcher mode
Trust, but verify
Academic Med 2014
Learning is bi-directional
Leadership crosses cultures
Create the field
Partnership is personal