Even the most experienced leaders don’t know all there is to know about their industry, says CIO Brian Thomas, who discusses the value of mentoring relationships.
If we, as leaders, fail to help individuals develop to their fullest potential, we’re missing out on an opportunity to make them – and the organization – better, says Spencer Hamons.
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.
Even the most experienced leaders need to rely on others at times, says Dee Emon, who talks about the value of building a solid professional network and relying on the expertise of others.
If we want to figure out how to advance more women to health IT leadership positions, we need to look at the strategies being used to climb the ladder, says Donna Padilla.