Taking ownership of your career can be one of the most important moves you’ll ever make, says Sue Schade, who recalls the moment she knew it was time to craft a new game plan.
As outside influences continue to disrupt healthcare, a number of technology leadership roles will emerge, and it’s part of the CIO’s job to help define new professional development paths, say our panelists.
Early experiences with accountability, hard work, and humility are the stones we use to pave the way for success, says Ed Marx, who talks about what he learned during his first jobs.
Not only has serving in the US Army provided Lt. Col. Chani Cordero with experiences she wouldn’t have otherwise had, it’s taught her “how to influence, motivate, and bring an organization to change.”
It’s not just about planning for the future; CIOs have to bring “a certain energy and velocity to the conversation, because the change is relentless and the pace is increasing,” says David Reis.