One of the costliest mistakes leaders make? Neglecting the long-term vision while dealing with a crisis, said CIO Donna Roach. “You still have to carve out time to work on your strategy and where you need to be.”
In this podcast, CIO Laishy Williams-Carlson talks about the biggest takeaways from 2020, why she’s a big believer in guiding principles, and how her approach to being a female leader has evolved over the years.
Reading has been shown to improve memory function, reduce stress, and prevent age-related cognitive decline. For those who are looking for the next great book, we’ve compiled a list of suggestions from five highly respected leaders.
The use of collaborative tools has been a game-changer, but it requires “an ongoing maturation of how we then learn to live with and apply this technology in a way that’s beneficial, and doesn’t become a distraction or a burden on our employees,” said CIO Reid Stephan.
“There have been hiccups, unexpected job loss, and wrong choices, but I was able to learn and grow from the experiences.” Renee Broadbent, VP of IT at SOHO Health, reflects on her career and provides advice on how to maintain a healthy work-life balance.