“When you love what you are doing, it is evident in how you deliver results and how you talk about it,” says CIO Sarah Richardson. When you don’t, it’s time to change things up.
As the workforce evolves, there’s a growing demand that leaders are able to form personal and meaningful bonds with their teams, and that starts with getting to know them as human beings, says Kate Gamble.
By investing in work relationships early and often, leaders create credit that can be drawn on in times when it’s most needed, says John Mason, who provides advice on how to build those relationships.
Despite what some may say, interoperability isn’t free – not by a long shot. But the value that comes from physicians having the data they need, when they need it is immeasurable, says Chuck Christian.
The key to driving change when you’re the new CIO? Knowing when to push and when to pull back, says Bill Bishop, who discusses the importance of remaining transparent and maintaining strong vendor relationships.