Sometimes, not being quite prepared to face the board can be a blessing in disguise, says Laishy Williams-Carlson, who talks about how she used honesty to help build credibility as the new CIO.
From communicating expectations to creating a culture free of surprises, there are steps that can be taken to ensure your leader’s success, which in turn can allow you to flourish, says former CIO Steve Huffman.
If healthcare organizations want to get consumers’ attention, they should stop focusing on print ads and start designing tools that can actually help manage care and wellness, says Paul Roemer.
If a leader chooses to bury his head in the sand while a public relations issue threatens the integrity of the organization, that person is no leader at all, says Kate Gamble.
The most effective messaging in the world has zero value if it doesn’t permeate through all the levels of an organization, says CIO David Chou, who shares advice on how to determine whether you’re getting through to your team.