There’s nothing wrong with bringing some of your own ideas into a new role – as long as you’re willing to consider other ideas as well, says Ed Marx, who talks about his leadership philosophy.
Curiosity isn’t just a nice attribute to have – it’s one of the hidden gems of influence and leadership, says John Mason, who offers advice on how to make it part of your strategy.
If the Facebook investigation is teaching us anything, it’s that convenience has a price. But are we willing to pay? That’s the big question, says Kate Gamble.
The best way to get to know an organization and its people isn’t necessarily to hit the ground running, but to ‘hit the ground listening,’ says Ed Marx, who talks about his first months as Cleveland Clinic CIO.
One of the keys to attracting and retaining top health IT talent? To make sure your employer brand is solid, says Bryan Kirby, who provides tips on how to assess and improve it.