The traditional recruiting methods just weren’t cutting it at Hawaii Pacific Health, so two leaders from operations and human resources put their heads together and came up with a completely new concept.
It’s easy to lead when everything is going well, but a truly great leader has enough humility to take the bullets, protect their troops, and set an example of how to behave, writes Anthony Guerra.
Don’t make the mistake of thinking anything comes easy to Peyton Manning. Like any great leader, he never stops learning and is unafraid to expose his own mistakes, writes Kate Huvane Gamble.
A leader’s ability to use influence to the advantage of the organization is critical. But it can’t be effectively leveraged without these four key traits, says CIO John Mason.
MU changes — “You can be everything from a skeptic to an optimist.”
Determining “the next step of revolutionary change”
Keeping on the path to ACOs
Launching the patient ID challenge
“What is the biggest problem you need to fix?”
New Board Chair Marc Probst – “A great leader in our industry.”