One of the most important components of the CIO role in acknowledging that one person can’t provide all of the leadership for an organization, said Rick Lang in a recent interview. “You have to be able to delegate and empower your direct reports and the people that report to them.”
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As workforce models continue to evolve, leaders need to “adjust their tactics and communication preferences to ensure teams remain engaged and have the tools they need to be successful,” said Michael Saad, CIO at University of Tennessee Medical Center.
“If you’re not making someone uncomfortable, you’re not moving the needle,” said Cherodeep Goswami, who spoke on a panel about how healthcare IT leaders can foster discussions about diversity and inclusion.