As tech leaders, we have a responsibility to attract the best talent to our teams – including women, says Michael Saad, CIO at University of Tennessee Medical Center. In this blog, he talks about the hurdles women face in technology, and how leaders can break them down.
With the industry working at such an accelerated pace, perhaps it’s time to stop stigmatizing executive coaching and leverage it to our advantage, according to Dr. John Halamka and Paul Cerrato, who also discuss the benefits of informed humility.
As organizations face added pressures to do more with even less, the need arises for leaders who bring a spirit of entrepreneurship, a passion for ingenuity, and a heavy dose of enthusiasm, says Sarah Richardson.
More often than not, the primary root cause of two people finding themselves at odds can be attributed to poor expectation setting, says Sarah Richardson, who offers advice on how to alleviate – or even prevent – such situations.
When it comes to building a successful IT team, engagement and satisfaction aren’t the same thing, says CIO Tom Kurtz. Engagement means “making sure everyone is rowing in the same direction.”