No matter what generation you belong to, change is never easy – especially when you don’t believe it’s necessary. But nothing good has ever (and will ever) come from sticking to the status quo, says Kate Gamble.
After the first six months in a new leadership role – which often feels more like a sprint than a marathon – it’s time to hit your stride, says CIO Ed Marx, who provides guidance on everything from remaining visible to managing up.
Although huge strides have been made in putting the consumer at the center of their care, we’re still miles away from a world in which consumers and patients are one and the same, says Dr. Joe Kvedar, who summarizes findings from a recent symposium.
With increasing demands being placed on leaders, time management has become more important than ever, says CIO Michael Saad, who shares practical advice on how to avoid common traps and take charge of your schedule.
When leaders (or parents, for that matter) try to force individuals to be who they’re not, they don’t get a chance to find out who they are, says Anthony Guerra, who talks about the right approach to getting people out of their comfort zones.