Joey Sudomir, SVP & CIO, Texas Health Resources, Chapter 2

All leaders want to advance their organizations, but if we lean too much on the staff and put too much strain on resources, we end up moving backwards, says CIO Joey Sudomir.

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Leadership Challenges, Part 2: Receiving Critical Feedback

It’s impossible to improve as a leader – and as a person – if you don’t know how to do receive and process feedback, says Steve Huffman, who offers some key pieces of advice.

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Learning From Landmines: How Adversity Builds Better Leaders

While it would be great to avoid career landmines, the experience can strengthen a CIO’s leadership skills and help better position the organization for future challenges, says Chris Wierz of Witt/Kieffer.

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Lead Change, Or Get Out Of The Way

We know that staff resistance to change can hinder a project, but what be just as detrimental is leadership resistance, says John Mason, who offers four ways to get over the hump.

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When Does The Honeymoon End?

Every organization has opportunities for improvement. As the new leader, it’s up to you to identify them and carve out your role, says Sue Schade, who recently started an interim CIO engagement.

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