At some point in our careers, most of us have hit a low point – or even rock bottom. What distinguishes successful individuals is the ability to learn from the experience, says Kate Gamble.
As digital tools become more critical to operations, it’s becoming increasingly important to develop a more “coherent and structured” process that can give health IT leaders the knowledge and experience they need, says Will Smart.
One of the most common mistakes in trying to improve time management? Trying to do too much, too soon, says CT Lin, CMIO at University of Colorado Health. A better plan is to start with a single step.
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.
Oftentimes it isn’t a lack of skills that prevents individuals from reaching their potential, but a lack of confidence, says CIO Tamara Havenhill-Jacobs, who believes part of the leader’s role is to have “those critical conversations.”