One of the leader’s most important functions is to make sure employees are happy, engaged, and productive. How can that be accomplished? Will Weider has some suggestions.
If a leader is always turning the slightest storm into a category 5 hurricane, eventually the staff will stop hunkering down – and stop approaching you when there are critical issues, says Kate Huvane Gamble.
From prioritizing work on a daily and weekly basis to knowing when to ignore email, Sue Schade offers useful tips on how to more effectively manage your time.
Talking about the lack of diversity in health IT leadership is important, but what’s even more critical is doing something about it, says Cletis Earle, who discusses his work with CHIME’s diversity initiative.
Every single decision in life is a risk-versus-reward balancing act, says Anthony Guerra. If we choose certain actions – or inactions – based on fear, that equilibrium no longer exists.