There’s enough seriousness in the world; sometimes we need to leave room for fun and self-expression, says Kate Huvane Gamble, who offers a few ways to do just that.
If leaders want to really engage staff members and grow talent, it has to be an continuous process – not an annual review, says Robin Sarkar, who talks about the program at Lakeland Health.
An organization’s success rests on the leader’s ability to build, nurture, and inspire a great team. So how can CIOs build this camaraderie? It’s easier than you think, says Brian Thomas.
Most organizations survey employees to measure engagement and satisfaction, and yet most CIOs don’t have overall metrics about how well IT is delivering services. That, says Will Weider, is a problem.
The best way to keep a team motivated? Provide a working environment that meets their needs, communicate often, and make sure they understand the tremendous impact IT has on patient care, says CIO Liz Johnson.