Maintaining communication with your staff and customers is easy when things are going well; what’s much more difficult is keeping those lines open when things are on the rocks, says Anthony Guerra.
There are two basic rules all leaders should follow, says Anthony Guerra: give your staff the flexibility and freedom to get the job done, and don’t lead from behind.
Two decades ago, a shared desire to keep the health IT industry honest by shining a light on vendor performance led three people to form a new organization. The rest, says Adam Gale, is history.
In a fast-paced world where we’re all trying to find more time, the most valuable people are those who are always willing to lend theirs, writes Anthony Guerra.
Being a leader means having to live up to a high standard, from how you communicate with your team to how you foster a culture of innovation, says Sue Schade, who identifies the top leadership attributes.