Although it’s undoubtedly frustrating, being passed up for a promotion – or worse, being let go – presents a tremendous professional growth opportunity, as long as you’re willing to ask yourself some questions, says CIO Sheryl Sypek.
As the list of priorities continues to mount, maintaining any semblance of balance has become extremely challenging. But with the right mindset it can be achieved, says Sue Schade, who talks about her “intentions.”
It’s not just IT leaders who have to build and maintain solid relationships with vendors, but clinical and business leaders as well, says CIO Heather Nelson. “They need to be part of the discussion.”
One of the many benefits of doing volunteer work? Getting exposed to people – and experiences – outside of your realm, says Sue Schade, who talks about the benefits of giving back.
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.