Lunch And Learn

There are two types of learning: the kind we want to do and the kind we need to do, and a leader’s job is the find a way to balance both to create a better culture, says CIO Bill Rieger.

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Releasing The Pressure

Even the best and brightest can experience a mental lapse, and so as leaders, it’s important to know when to apply pressure, and when to let it go, says Anthony Guerra.

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The Key Element In Successful Organizational Transformation

The many tasks involved in orchestrating organizational transformation can place too much of a burden on frontline staff and executives, says CIO Brian Thomas, who makes a case for a Transformation Management Office.

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Jessica Cornelius, CIO, Hendricks Regional Health, Chapter 2

A mentoring relationship needs to happen organically and it can’t be a one-time deal, says CIO Jessica Cornelius, who shares some of the most valuable lessons in leadership she has learned.

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Rerouted: What Leaders Can Learn From Roadtrips

Nothing can teach you more about your leadership philosophy than a road trip that doesn’t go as planned, says Chris Walden, reflecting on what he learned during a recent journey.

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