A leader must do what it takes to get the job done and keep the wheels moving, even if it means biting your tongue so hard it bleeds, says Anthony Guerra.
One of the traps leaders often fall into? Relying too much on others to assist with tools and technology, says Sue Schade, who believes it’s critical to always keep learning, no matter what your position.
One of the healthcare leader’s most important functions is to help shape the next generation of leaders, says Bill Russell, who talks about the role mentors have played in his career, and how he hopes to pay it forward.
In today’s turbulent world, perhaps it’s time we emphasize “soft” leadership skills like kindness, compassion and empathy, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who believes sometimes it’s okay to lead with your heart.
Being CIO at a critical access hospital is more than just dealing with a tighter budget; it’s being willing to get your hands dirty and help out where it’s needed, says Jake Dorst.