Some people predict the future – but good leaders create it.
Ramsay Health Care has a strong history of providing
leadership programs to aspiring senior leaders who
promote The Ramsay Way - and over the past 12 months,
20 aspiring senior leaders attended nine days of face-toface
workshops to explore what skills and attributes are
needed to be successful at a Ramsay Executive level.
The workshops included a focus on building commercial
acumen, strategic agility, hospital business metrics along
with people building skills such as emotional intelligence,
coaching, conflict resolution and people agility.
“The Ramsay Leadership Program is for people in the organisation who have been identified
for their superior skill in innovation, emotional intelligence, communication, decision making
and the ability to lead Ramsay into the future,” said Malcolm Passmore, Operations Executive
“Good leaders are good not because of their title or position. They are leaders because of
their vision to innovate, their ability to empower others and their constant quest to drive our
hospital teams to always be looking for new and better ways to do things.
“Ramsay leaders have a big-picture mindset but simultaneously are detail focussed and they
can say: ‘this is where we’re going and this is how we’ll get there.’
“We wish to thank all the presenters, mentors, managers and sponsors of the participants for
their involvement and for supporting the 2017 Ramsay Leadership Program.”
Details of the next Ramsay Leadership Program will be communicated shortly.
If you would like any further information on the program please email:
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RAMSAY SIME DARBY ANNOUNCED
AS A TOP 5 BEST EMPLOYER FOR 2017
Ramsay Sime Darby Indonesia has been announced as one of the
“top five” Best Employers in Indonesia, scoring staff engagement 25
points higher than the market average and excelling in the areas of
senior leadership, rewards and recognition and providing better career
pathways for staff.
Aon is a global professional services firm, providing a broad range of risk retirement
and health solutions.
Its Best Employers flagship program, now in its 17th year, is considered the most
credible and comprehensive survey of its kind in the Asia Pacific and runs across
14 markets in the APACMEA including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan,
Indonesia, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan
Saurabh Mittal, Associate Partner, Aon Hewitt Southeast Asia and Middle East said:
“Being recognised as a Best Employer Indonesia indicates Ramsay Sime Darby
Health Care’s commitment towards its employees.
“Ramsay has achieved high scores on the four Best Employer indices of employee
engagement, effective leadership, compelling employer brand, and a high
performance culture that distinguishes it from its peers in Indonesia.”
is a journey of
Mr Andrew Greensmith, a plastic
surgeon at The Avenue Hospital and
the recent ex-chief of the Department
of Craniofacial Surgery at the Royal
Children’s Hospital, Melbourne
recently made the Archibald Prize
2017 finalist list with his piece titled
‘The inner stillness of Eileen Kramer’.
Mr Greensmith, who also co-headed
the team that successfully separated
conjoined twins Trishna and Krishan
in 2009, has been interested in art
since he was young but only recently
pursued painting seriously. He
regards himself as an art student with
an interest in realism and surrealism.
At 102 years old, Eileen (in the
painting) personifies the idea of
creativity as a key to longevity and a
full, rich life. Born in Sydney in 1914,
she is the world’s oldest working
dancer/choreographer as well as a
poet, artist and costume designer.
RAMSAY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM:
AN ACCELERATED LEADERSHIP
RAMSAY PLASTIC SURGEON
FINALIST IN ARCHIBALD
Ayaaz Thaliph, Commercial Manager, Hunters Hill NSW was offered a 6 month
secondment as a Financial Consultant at Tree Top Hospital in Maldives which is
managed by Ramsay Sime Darby Health Care.
“I commenced my secondment as a Consultant at the Tree Top Hospital, Maldives in
late July and it has been a great experience. I have been involved in commissioning
a new hospital, setting up systems, processes and providing support to the finance
team. Private healthcare in the Maldives is very different to Australia and it was a good
challenge. The experience I gained in the 6 weeks is unparalleled. I learnt a lot under the
leadership of the Hospital CEO, Grant Muddle and would like to thank all staff - local and
expat - for the support extended to me. I would also like to thank Ramsay Australia for