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.”
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.
It’s extremely easy to get stuck in a rut, whether it’s a fitness routine or your leadership style, says Kate Gamble, who believes breaking your routine isn’t just helpful, but necessary.
The most common mistake health IT leaders make when it comes to managing vendor relationships? Playing the blame game, says CIO Linda Stevenson, who believes a positive approach and a willingness to share responsibility are critical.
From the importance of having a solid support system to being willing to learn from mistakes, Kate Gamble shares some of the key lessons she has learned from her father.