Individual accolades are nice to have, but for leaders, the true reward comes when the entire organization is recognized for demonstrating the positive impact of IT and clinical care efforts, says Ed Marx.
Although most of us try to avoid hunger, Bill Rieger believes it can be leveraged to bring out what’s important. In this piece, he talks about how hunger makes us more resourceful, and issues an interesting challenge.
It’s easy to talk to good workers. What separates good from great leaders is a willingness to seize the opportunity to talk to a troubled employee and provide compassion, says CIO Bill Rieger.
In the final installment, Kent Gale talks about what it’s been like to work closely with his son, the role that volunteer work plays in his life, and what KLAS does to make sure quality never takes a back seat.
Climbing the ladder at WRMC
Reporting directly to the CEO — “I learned so much from him.”
Her career-defining moment
“What I love to do is empower people to take that passion and run with it.”
Value of mentoring — “It makes me feel really good.”
Her father’s advice
Volunteer work with WHIMA