When it comes to creating programs to help military members transition to civilian life – while also helping to fill health IT positions – the question isn’t why, but how it can be done, says Jaime Parent, who talks about his new book.
One of the most common mistakes made when trying to drive change? Failing to understand the “ownership” people feel with certain processes, says Carla Smith, who shares valuable insights on leadership.
Whether it’s starting a new fitness routine or taking on a new leadership role, your first priority should be to seek out advice from experts, says Michael Saad, who discusses the parallels between the two situations.
A lack of confidence can prevent even the most qualified individuals from seeking – or attaining – leadership roles. But it doesn’t have to be that way, says Sue Schade, who shares helpful advice.
If an organization’s greatest asset is its people, then a leader’s core responsibility is to provide the support and guidance needed to help nurture that talent and prepare for the future, says Sue Schade.