A differentiator between good and great leaders is the ability to simplify the complex, says CIO Ed Marx, who talks about how he works to achieve clarity, both in his personal and professional life.
Although the CIO position is largely strategic, it’s critical to stay in touch with everything that happens in IT from an operational perspective, says Ed Marx. One way to do that? Through daily huddles.
The most effective way to build accountability among your team, increase engagement, and create true partnership? By removing the mask and being transparent, says CIO Ed Marx.
The best way to reward employees who have built up equity is by letting them cash in when they need it most, says Kate Gamble, who discusses what some leaders are doing to create a ‘safe environment.’
When a patient has a bad experience at the hands of a third-party contractor, it’s not that organization’s name that will be dragged through the mud, but yours, says Kate Gamble.