For leaders, balancing wants and needs can be challenging, particularly given the limited budgets most are facing, according to Chris Walden, VP of Information Technology at Tenet Healthcare. But it’s a decision that should never be made in a vacuum, he wrote in this piece.
When we asked a handful of influential leaders – including Craig Richardville, Liz Johnson, and Kate Pierce – how CHIME has impacted their careers, the answers varied, but one central theme kept coming to the surface: collaboration.
With shortages looming, “There is no more important time to empower our nurses to innovate and generate new clinical care models supported by technology,” said CIO Terri Couts, one of several leaders who shares thoughts on the value of nurses.
Five years ago, Chris Walden had a lofty goal: to turn his second chance into an opportunity to become a better leader, and to help others do that same. In his final post, he talks about what that journey has meant to him.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting more, but when discontentment prevents you from being able to celebrate victories and enjoy life, it’s time to take a step back, says Chris Walden.